Food Yard is an edgy Industrial Street Food Market in Mornington. The markets offers a unique opportunity to sample flavors from different cultures and enjoy the lively atmosphere & social dining experience.
The venue has been transformed from derelict land at the end of the disused old Mornington Railway Line, into a vibrant industrial venue filled with recycled pallet and electrical cable drum tables, covered milk crate and stool seats, market umbrellas & marquees, festoon lights, fire pits and heaters for winter plus a kids games area. It is proving a great place to catch up with family and friends.
Food Yard is a partnership with Unrivalled Events and the Mornington Railway
STREET FOOD trucks
FOOD YARD MEDITERRANEAN BITES FEST
SATURDAY MARCH 16, 5-8PM
The Food Yard Mediterranean Bites Fest is a celebration of Street Food Cuisine & Culture with Food Trucks from the Mediterranean plus a cocktail caravan, gin bar plus the Food Yard Bar.
STREET FOOD trucks
For each Night Market, we have five Main Meal Trucks with food from all around the world, to tempt your tastebuds plus dessert stalls and beverage options.
Every market has a Vegan/Gluten Free Option
Check out the next market Roster above
HOW TO APPLY
To apply to be a Street Food & Drink Stallholder please fill out the Expression of Interest Form below
Prices start at $110 for a 3m Stall.
Street Address: 1000A Nepean Highway, Mornington
Only walk-in access from Nepean Highway, enter from Yuilles Road
Entry: Free (Unless Special Event)
Age Limit: All welcome
Dogs: Allowed on a Lead
Toilets Onsite (No disabled at this stage)
Kids Area with Line Up 4 and Quoits Games
Car Park Access: 63a Yuilles Road, Mornington
(opp Mornington Station)
Car Parking: 50 - 80 depending on configuration
Other Parking: Yuilles Road & Mornington Station
Food Yard Venue Capacity: 300
Seating is Milk Crates with cushions (collected from the entrance), Bench Seats Stools, Cable Drums & Pallet Tables plus Picnic Tables
The cover is Market Umbrellas and Marquees if required
Heaters and fire Pits will be on site for winter and colder nights