THE pop-up revolution is evolving in Mandurah, with the food truck trend setting up shop.
Some local food trucks are collaborating to offer the community a different kind of dining experience.
Spokeswoman Tennille O’Neill said Mandurah had a very diverse community, so it made sense to provide food options to match.
“We are forming a collective of mobile food trucks and locations to offer our customers a complete experience including location, quality, view and value for money,” she said.
The food truck co-op are trading together every Wednesday from 5pm at Silver Sands Beach, on the corner of Henson Street and Ormsby Terrace.
They also meet on the occasional Sunday at the Meadow Springs Quarry Park for breakfast.
Ms O’Neill said they hoped to build a sense of community.
The mobile food and drink businesses that regularly trade together include Frothin Coffee, The Wooly Bull, Food & Co, Black Velvet & Honey and Wicked Waffles.
For more information email email@example.com or visit the Mandurah Foodtrucks Facebook page.