Food Trucks - Community Information
Bringing great food and great value to local places and spaces, the Food Truck events in the City of Wanneroo are fun, safe and healthy events for residents and community members to enjoy. These events are encouraged across parks, reserves and main street precincts to activate local places and provide a unique, healthy food offering.
Food truck events are managed by external coordinators independent to the City of Wanneroo. In support of this, the City makes a range of trading locations available.
To engage in one of the many wonderful food truck events and learn more about the program, please read the FAQs below:
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the Food Truck program work?
The Food Truck Program is a community-driven initiative. Everything from, dates, times and menu items is coordinated by independent operators – this means more regular events at local parks and open spaces, as well as greater variety and choice for local residents.
Where will the food trucks be located?
Food Truck trading sites are located at:
- Alexander Heights – Alexander Heights Park
- Butler - Kingsbridge Park
- Koondoola - Butterworth Park
- Koondoola - Koondoola Park
- Landsdale - Warradale Park
- Wanneroo - Edgar Griffiths Park
- Wanneroo - Rotary Park
- Wanneroo - Wanneroo Skate Park
- Yanchep - Yanchep Surf Club
We are also testing some new locations in an attempt to activate some local main street areas; this approach could see some food trucks in main street and retail precinct areas were we can work with local businesses to bring more people to the area and complement the existing food offer in the area.
When does the food truck season commence?
The food truck event season will commence in spring 2021, and typically runs during the warmer spring/summer months (between September to May).
How can I find out the details of specific food truck events?
KEEP YOUR EYES ON THIS SPACE; MORE INFORMATION TO COME SOON!
The City of Wanneroo is working collaboratively with a number of local food truck operators. Everything from dates and times to menu items and more are coordinated by independent operators.
To find out when food trucks will be in your neighbourhood, be sure to visit each operator’s website and follow them on social media. Keep an eye out for advertising on social media, in community newspapers, in your mailbox and at a range of public places throughout the community.