Kangaroo Point Premium Location Expects to Host More Food Trucks

Kangaroo Point locals should see more of the best food trucks in Brisbane as one of its premium locations ranked among the most favoured sites in Brisbane City Council’s recent food truck trial.

The city council launched the Brisbane Food Trucks website in July last year, allowing residents to find out where their favourite food trucks are scheduled to serve. The website includes a function for food truck businesses to book premium food truck locations.

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Based on bookings on the website, River Terrace at Kangaroo Point Cliffs is a favourite spot among food-on-wheels owners. River Tce took 4th place with 9 bookings.

City Botanic Gardens topped the list with 57 bookings, followed by Albert St shared zone, city with 25 bookings and Orleigh Park in West End with 11 bookings.

The other favourite locations of food truck vendors include Hidden World Playground, Jane Street, Davies Park in West End, EE McCormick Place in City West and New Farm Park.

The River Terrace located atop Kangaroo Point Cliffs provides gorgeous views of the river and the city. Locals and visitors can get a commanding view of boats and yachts cruising through the river, high-rise buildings from atop the cliff and the beautiful city sunset, enough reason for food truck vendors and food lovers to be attracted to this place.

The food truck program will continue with basically the same format. There are 41 vendors participating in the program. They include The Bone Lorry, Rolling Stone Pizza, King of the Wings, The Bun Mobile, Kraut N’ About and Rolls Pho Mi.

The Brisbane Food Truck program was created to satisfy the craving of locals for top quality meals on wheels. At the same time, the program adds life to different public spaces around Brisbane. Food trucks are allowed to do business at premium locations as long as they do not impact permanent food businesses there. Another condition is that they do not block access to facilities.


(Photo credit: Brisbane Food Trucks / Facebook)