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Sydney’s First Permanent Food Truck Precinct Is Pulling Up North Of The Bridge

By Holly Kingston
21st Aug 2018


Folks, pump the breaks on whatever you’re doing pronto because we have some wheely sensational news. The first permanent food truck destination (equipped with all the vintage vibes) is launching Northside as the latest addition to the Park House concept in Mona Vale and we’re absolutely friggin’ ready to get our snooker on.

Opening its doors on Father’s Day, aka Sunday 2nd September, Truck Stop will be a new precinct complete with laid-back fam vibes and no shortage of entertainment, delish food and dranks. 

We’re talking permanent features like a lovely old 1950s Airstream bar, a pizza kitchen and a vintage school bus-turned taco truck serving up the good stuff. There will also be a weekly rotation of Sydney’s best food trucks and musicians. You can expect to see pop-up activations and events like ‘Craftoberfest’, a Northern Beaches take on Octoberfest featuring local craft breweries (Sept 28 – Oct 7), and Pound Paws Doggy Day (Nov 3) in support of local rescue pups.
Think multiple handball courts, snooker, croquet, ping pong tables and plenty more combined with a rolling programme of food trucks, live acoustic entertainment, markets and festivals. FYI, this joint is also pet-friendly
Truck Stop will be open Fridays through to Sundays and we’re thinking this just may be your go-to weekend hang-out destination. For more info, head on over here

The Details

What: Truck Stop at The Park House
When: Starts Sunday 2 September and goes through summer
Where: The Park House Food & Liquor, Mona Vale

And just so you know, this avo on toast is worth a million bucks.

Image credit: Supplied

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