No one needs an extra reason to visit a food truck festival, but this Sydney's offering is serving one up anyway. Head to What the Truck! between December 1 and 3, and you won't just be munching your way through a meals-on-wheels feast. You'll also be helping raise money Livin, an Australian-based charity dedicated to raising awareness for mental health.
Tasty bites on offer in the city's west include Dairy Extraordinary's raclette-loving lineup, Muchos Nachos' Mexican bites, Volkwurst's German sausages and Lemon Rose's American meets Middle East eats, as well as Torch Me Crème Brûlée's titular dish, Vege Love's Asian-inspired vegetable concoctions and Gelato Brioche whipping up just what you'd expect. They'll be joined by live music and entertainment from local talents, aka something to watch between meals.
The event is being spearheaded by The Daisy Project, who are aiming to put on a high-energy fest that matches their enthusiasm for the cause they're supporting. It all takes place from 5:30pm to 10pm on Friday, 10am to 10pm Saturday and 10am to 9pm Sunday at the Blacktown Showground, with entry costing a gold coin donation.