It’s a long weekend!
Melbourne Street Eatz – Chelsea
Melbourne Street Eatz’s food festival is returning to Chelsea’s Bicentennial Park this Australia Day long weekend.
The 5 day festival will have food trucks, movie cinema, kids activities, carnival rides and eating competitions. Oh, and it’s also doggo friendly.
Head down to Bayside and enjoy some fun. There will be some vegan food available at a few of the food trucks, here’s a couple to try; pizza from Primo Street Pizza, twisted potato from Twista Bros, vegan Vietnamese bowls from Nem Nem and, a wraps with mock meats from Wrap Roll It.
Fri 25th Jan – Mon 28th Jan
Check the times and food truck line up in the link below
Veganising Highpoint – Mahdeva’s Kitchen
Mahdeva’s Kitchen are back with their pop-up at Highpoint Shopping Centre. Last time they SOLD OUT. So get in quick for your gourmet vegan desserts.
We are talking mud chocolate, red velvet, carrot cake and 4 types of brownies.
25th – 27th January
From 9am (Fri – Sat) and 10am Sunday.
Share The Spirit Festival – Treasury Gardens
This Australia Day, celebrate the Survival of the Indigenous people of Australia.
There will be Music, Arts and Craft Stalls, Weaving workshops, Food and most importantly there will be sharing of spirit, sharing of culture and a sense of community. Come with your family, friends or come by yourself and meet new family and friends. Check out our facebook page for the program.
1pm – 5.30pm
Stomping Ground La Boca – Arts Centre Melbourne
Collingwood brewery, Stomping Ground Brewing Co, will be celebrating the spirit, sounds, smells and tastes of Argentina by creating a colourful, engaging and fun pop-up beer garden.
There will be live music, food (including a few vegan options), beer tastings, and tango lessons.
Sunday, 13th January
11am til 1pm