The Hills Shire Council in partnership with the Australian Boutique Markets is proud to announce the return of foodie festival, Park Feast.
The second instalment of the food truck event will return to Bella Vista Farm over two-action packed days on the 25th and 26th of February.
Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Yvonne Keane said the first food truck festival, which kicked-off in November, received community support and praise.
“I’m so thrilled that we have the opportunity to provide this event for residents and visitors to The Hills Shire once again,” Mayor Keane said.
“Our first Park Feast saw just under 70,000 people make their way to the historic homestead to try delicious meal options from renowned Sydney food trucks, as well as relax to free musical entertainment, go on amusement park rides and enjoy the family-friendly atmosphere.
“Park Feast continues to build on The Hills Shire’s reputation as a cultural and food destination and a great city to work, live and play in. And, it’s the perfect event to wrap up Council’s summer events catalogue, Summer Series.
“I encourage foodies, families, friends and visitors to The Hills to visit Park Feast and soak up the ambiance, try new things and eat up,” Mayor Keane added.
Director of Australian Boutique Markets and event organiser Elena Saadie said she was building on the success of her last food truck festival.
“After the huge success of our first event, we are bringing Park Feast back by popular demand to The Hills and we can assure you the next one can only be bigger and better,” Mrs Saadie said.
“We’ve secured more food trucks offering a wider variety of delicious foods and desserts, as well as more amusement rides and entertainment for the kids to enjoy and a great line-up of live bands and performers,” Mrs Saadie added.
Park Feast will run 11am to 10pm on each day.
Free entry and on-site parking is also available. Park Feast is an alcohol free event.