There’s nothing better than meeting up with friends and following your nose as you travel the globe by walking past the range of food trucks on offer. The options are endless and the decisions are tough, but hey, it’s all part of the fun. What do we do when the weather starts to cool and the rain comes? Don’t fret, there’s still plenty of food trucks about and we’ve got you covered on where to find your favourite this winter before they wrap it up for the season.


Image: Treacle Treat on Facebook

Head on over to Bassendean for Food Truck Fortnights at Ashfield Reserve every second Thursday and enjoy the selection of sweet and savoury, plus entertainment for the whole family and friends. Treat yourself with a sweet snack from Do Donuts or maybe some mini dutch pancakes from Treacle Treat, after dining yourself on kebabs from Moroccan Food Station or a classic English chippy-style meal from Mr Chips Fish and Chips. The options will leave you drooling before you can even dig in.

Banskia Grove

Image: Baolicious on Facebook

Banskia Grove Village is transformed each fortnight for a celebration of food and community. The markets run on Wednesday’s til the end of May, with the last event held on May 26, and provide the perfect opportunity to embrace the cool air and find some delicious dinner with the entertainment humming in the background. Enjoy crisp woodfired pizzas from Base WF Pizza, soft and flavourful handcrafted buns from Baolicious or dive into the delectable Japanese street food from Maneki Neko Perth. You’ll be covered for dessert too with Wicked Waffles and Icecream eager and waiting to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Butler, Alkimos and Yanchep

Image: Mac’s American Diner on Facebook

If you’re at the northern end of the Mitchell Freeway, this one’s for you. Weekly food trucks appear at Yanchep Surf Life Saving Club and Picass Park, Alkimos on alternating Sunday’s and at Butler’s Kingsbridge Park every second Friday night. They also run until the end of May, so take advantage while you can. What better way to spend a Sunday evening than with beach eats and beats at Yanchep as the sun sets? Sink your teeth into a juicy burger from Perth City Burger Co or embrace the US portion sizes with Mac’s American Diner.


Image: T Sisters Fresh Foods on Facebook

Enjoy the tasty range of food trucks on offer at Ballajura every second Thursday when Karijini Oval comes to life. Let the little ones run amok on the playground or bring a picnic blanket and stay a while with friends. Think Asian street food from T Sisters Fresh Foods, traditional paella from Canarian Cuisine and the Ugly Mug Broth Kitchen, aka meals made with a hearty warm broth — need we say more?

There’s plenty of other amazing food trucks around too, so what are you waiting for? Get stuck in and thank us later.

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Feature Image: Wanneroo Street Food on Facebook