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Leave your lunch at home, Food Truck Wednesdays are here

Bring your thirst for knowledge and your appetite for something different as food trucks arrive on the Melbourne Campus (Bundoora) throughout Semester One.

Each Wednesday, two food trucks near Simpson Lawn doing their thing! We’ll aim to have something different and exciting for everyone to enjoy.

La Trobe Sport and the La Trobe Student Union (LTSU) will also add to the atmosphere on Wednesdays providing music, events, activities and giveaways making the Simpson Lawn a great place to hang out!

Grab your friends then grab a bite to eat near Simpson Lawn.
When:

11 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Wednesday during semester one (6 March – 29 May).

Where:

Near Simpson Lawn

Who:

Gird your taste buds, because these trucks are making an appearance:

WeekWednesdayFood trucksLa Trobe Sport eventLTSU event
717 AprilO Tuga Tastes of Portugal and St. Gerry’sGet active and involved with La Trobe Sport
824 AprilMid Semester Break
91 MayT Rex BBQ and Dos Diabolos5 a side Soccer Tournament (Qualifiers)Stress Less Carnival
108 MayRai Thai and Those Guys Food5 a side Soccer Tournament (Finals)
1115 MayGreek Street Food and Sparrow Philly Steaks
1222 MayO Tuga Tastes of Portugal and Chef CalamariAfrica Day
1329 MayDonald & Tuck and Naughty FrenchyVolunteer Appreciation Day

See the full lineup of tasty food trucks, activities and more here.

Those Guys Food have our mouths watering already. Head to the website to see who’ll be joining them.

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