City of Wanneroo food truck trial gets extension after overwhelming support

Food trucks will continue operating in the City of Wanneroo until June.
Food trucks will continue operating in the City of Wanneroo until June.

FOODIES can continue to get a fix of their favourite street food dishes with several food trucks operating in Mindarie, Yanchep and Alkimos.

The City of Wanneroo’s food truck trial has been extended until June this year following the success of the launch in 2017.

Several vendors offering cuisines from around the world will continue servicing the community at open spaces such as Avondale Park, Fisherman’s Hollow and Shorehaven Beach.

Deputy Mayor Natalie Sangali said she was thrilled to see the food trucks back in the City of Wanneroo.

“We have already seen so many people out in the community, enjoying a wide array of food while socialising with their neighbours,” she said.

“It is wonderful that the community are enjoying their local parks and activating these spaces.”

Surveys from the trial found that 98.5 per cent of residents supported food truck trading within the City, and nearly 80 per cent were keen to see vendors trade all year round.

A City of Wanneroo spokeswoman said, because the initiative was still a trial, that locations, times and vendors could change.

For times, dates, vendors and locations visit Wanneroo Street Food Facebook page at facebook.com/wanneroostreetfood

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