February 6, 2020


The Food Truck Park™ will be setting up camp in the east as The Food Truck Festival returns to Melba Park, Lilydale this summer for three days of festival fun!
From Friday 21st February to Sunday 23rd February, some of Melbourne’s most popular food trucks will be serving up a huge variety of cuisines, craft beer, wine and cider, as well as live entertainment, an outdoor cinema and games the whole family can enjoy.

A true foodies dream, the three days will offer more food options than you’ll ever be able to chow down with everything from seafood, burgers, pizza, and a selection of desserts to satisfy even the sweetest of tooths.
The vendors across the three days include, but are not limited to, Clarks Cyclone Taties, Oh Boy! It’s a Food Truck, Country Fair Poffertjes, Billy van Creamy, O Tuga Tastes of Portugal, Chef Calamari, Dos Amigos Catering, Real O.G Burgers, B-Boys BBQ, Wingsters, Chatime, Oh My Bao! and Manny’s Doughnuts.

Lilydale is thrilled to welcome back this celebration of food and family fun to the area. The Lilydale Food Truck Festival is a three-day celebration which attracts an average 30,000 food enthusiasts from all over Victoria. There’s a variety of cuisines, craft beer, wine and cider and live entertainment at the festival, served up in a unique and modern setting at Lilydale’s very own Melba Park.

General admission to the festival is $5. Under 12’s are FREE!
Purchase a Where the Truck Passport for $25 (including FREE entry!) and get $40 worth of foodie tasters.
We will also be donating 20% of ticket sales to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal.

Don’t miss out on the most epic family day out, complete with the tastiest selection these food trucks have to offer!

Lilydale Food Truck Festival Melba Park, Lilydale
Friday 21st February: 4pm – 10pm
Saturday 22nd February: 11am – 10pm
Sunday 23rd February: 11am – 9pm

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