Great international food.
Relaxed alfresco dining.
Fun and lively entertainment.
Welcome to Twilight Food Fair!
It's a weekly event not to be missed!
Held on Friday evenings, the 2019/20 market season runs until 6 March 2020.
Twilight Food Fair attracts a relaxed crowd to our Ted Mack Civic Park (200 Miller St, North Sydney) for what is a firm favourite with families, local residents and anyone making the most of the balmy Summer evenings leading into the weekend.
With a great variety of tasty international cuisine, live music, and a fun program of activities for the kids, no wonder this is a popular event (and has been since 1990!).
Be sure to keep up-to-date with Twilight on Facebook and in the event of any extreme weather, call 9936 8272 to check if it's going ahead.
Range across a variety of world food. Many stalls provide gluten free (GF), vegetarian (V) and vegan (VG) options for everyone to enjoy.
Most stalls accept card and EFTPOS, but some are cash only. ATMs are 10mins away in the North Sydney CBD (cnr Miller St & Berry St).
Authentic Turkish Gozleme (GF) (V) (VG)
New Madras Cuisine (V) (VG) (GF)
Brazillian Flame Barbeque
Figjam Creperie (GF) (VG)
Bamboo Story (GF) (VG) (V)
Ola Lola (V)
Pizzeria on the Road (V)
Music & Kids Entertainment
Every week live music provides a soothing start to the weekend, and kids activities keep them entertained. Come relax on the grass...
21 February: Johnny G and the E Types and sports & games
28 February (30th year celebration): Performances by the Evergreen Collective and a bonanza of free, family-friendly activities, including a jumping castle, a teacup ride, face painting, airbrush tattoos, umbrella decorating, a story corner with Stanton Library staff and special appearances from Frozen’s Elsa and Spiderman. There will also be a variety of free retro games, foosball tables, giant games including a huge Connect 4, a circus playground and a chance to get a special memento of the night with Magnetic Shots - get your photo taken with friends and family and receive an instant magnetic Twilight polaroid to take home! Visit the Facebook event page for more information.
6 March: Crunching Numbers and face painting
Transport & Accessibility
By train - North Sydney Station is approximately a 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 Trains website.
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 surrounding streets.
Ridge Street car park (clearance height 2.1m) is located next to Ted Mack Civic Park and charges a flat $7 rate in the evening from 6pm.
There is one accessible parking space in Council’s visitor car park, enter Kelrose Lane.
A unisex accessible toilet is located near Stanton Library with easy path access from Miller Street. A MLAK Key is required for access.
If you have specific accessibility requirements, please contact the North Sydney Council Events team on 02 9936 8100 or via email@example.com