Coming back on Friday 27 October 2017!
The 2017/18 season of Twilight Food Fair will operate every Friday night between 5.30pm and 9pm in Civic Park, 200 Miller St, North Sydney, from 27 October 2017 to 2 March 2018, excluding 22 December, 29 December and 26 January.
Twilight Food Fair (once known as the Noodle Market) has been operating since 1990. The outdoor night market features a range of international cuisines, live music and entertainment. It's a firm favourite for both families and individuals looking to make the most of the balmy Summer evenings and unwind for the weekend. With good food, relaxed dining and great entertainment at its heart, Twilight Food Fair attracts a happy crowd.
Food offerings for 2017/18 include, BoThai, Modern Yaki, Authentic Turkish Gozleme (GF) (V) (CA), Koshari Korner (V) (VG), Softrito Paella (GF) (CA), Berlin Bangers (V) (CA), Bamboo Story (GF) (V), Dolce Bacio (VG) (CA), New Madras Cuisine (GF) (V) (CA), Figjam Creperie (GF) (V) (CA) and Eat More Tacos (V) (CA).
(GF): some gluten free menu items available, (V): some vegetarian menu options available, (VG): some vegan menu options available, (CA): card accepted.
Keep up-to-date with Twilight on Facebook or, in the case of wet weather, call 9936 8272 to check whether it's going ahead.
Free live music and kids activity program:
27 October: The Moods and face painting by Mermaid Tempest
03 November: Aston Martinis and Bricks 4 Kidz Station
10 November: Crunching Numbers and interactive games
17 November: The Beans Trio and glitter tattoos
24 November: Luke Zanc Trio and Storytime with Stanton Library
01 December: The Waves and recognition of Day of Disability
08 December: Cavan Te Trio and face painting
15 December: Soiree, a visit from Santa and an interactive Christmas craft workshop
05 January: The Jaz Dolso Trio
12 January: TBC
19 January: TBC
02 February: TBC
09 February: Cavan Te Trio
16 February: Johnny G & The E Types
23 February: Aston Martinis
02 March: Crunching Numbers
How to get there and accessibility information:
North Sydney Train Station is located approximately 10 minutes walk northbound on Miller St to Civic Park and the Twilight Food Fair. The station is wheelchair friendly, has an accessible lift, hearing loop, platform tactile tiles, portable boarding ramp and a wheelchair accessible toilet. For more information on the station facilities, visit Sydney Train's website.
If you're travelling by bus, there are bus interchanges at Neutral Bay and North Sydney for buses to all other areas of Sydney and beyond. For full details of timetables, stops and fares, visit www.transportnsw.info
Driving and parking
Metered and unmetered parking is available in the streets surrounding Civic Park, Miller Street, North Sydney.
There is one accessible parking space available at Council’s visitor car park via McLaren St and Kelrose Lane.
Ridge St car park (Clearance height 2.1m) is located next to Civic Park and charges a flat $7 rate in the evening from 6pm -
A unisex Accessible Toilet is located near the library with easy path access from Miller Street, North Sydney. An MLAK Key is required for access.
Some food stalls at the event only accept cash, see above for stalls marked (CA), which means Card Accepted. Nearest ATM's are in the North Sydney CBD near the corner of Miller St and Berry St.
If you have specific accessibility requirements, please contact the events team on 02 9936 8100 or firstname.lastname@example.org