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The Food Truck Park Preston

The Food Truck Park Preston

The Food Truck Park™ brings together the finest Mobile Food Trucks, to their original Preston venue – 518 High Street Preston, starting February 12 2016. Bringing global street eats, live entertainment and a brand new bar The Food Truck Park is the place visit for Melbourne’s foodies. »

The Trailer Park – St Kilda

The Trailer Park – St Kilda

Food trucks are elusive operations by their very nature. Without the intransience of a brick and mortar frontage, they run the risk of little to no exposure. Drawing from her extensive experience in the US, blogger Jess Pryles (aka BurgerMary), conceived the idea of a permanent home that brings together almost all of Melbourne’s food trucks. Enter Trailer Park, an outdoor food court running every ... »

Melbourne’s Finest Food Trucks at the Fashion Capital

Melbourne’s Finest Food Trucks at the Fashion Capital

Something for everyone can be found at the Chadstone Food Truck Park. Enjoy the alfresco atmosphere with family and friends, relax with a few share plates, or grab a bite of deliciousness while you take in everything Chadstone has to offer. The Chadstone Food Truck Park is open: Monday – Wednesday 11am – 5.30pm. Thursday – Friday 11am – 9pm. Saturday 11am – 6pm. Sunda... »

Auburn Early Bird

Auburn Early Bird

The Auburn Early Bird is not only bringing all your trucking favourites to Hawthorn, but is starting early for those who just can’t wait until lunchtime. Owner Jamie Stapleton says after two years of running coffee cart Bean to Melbourne, he was ready for a more permanent home. A friend found a little block of land next to Auburn station. All your favourites including Mr Burger, Toasta Food Truck,... »

Hank Marvin Market

Hank Marvin Market

Bringing together some of Melbourne’s most celebrated food trucks, as well as a carefully curated selection of fresh food purveyors Hank Marvin Market @ Alma Park East is Melbourne’s newest southside go-to Saturday destination. Drawing its name from British Cockney slang for ‘starving’, Hank Marvin Market is conveniently located minutes away from popular Chapel Street. It will feature a pop ... »

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