Edgeworth set for Street Food Treat

On the back of their success within the Port Stephens community Street Food Social are rolling their food truck convoy into Edgeworth’s newest residential community Brush Creek.

Running on Friday 20th September 2019 between 4pm and 8pm the event will be set to the background of the newly established residential estate with the McCloy Group inviting the local community on to the grounds.

Street Food Social has been operating within the Port Stephens area since January and is run by Tree and Dragon, the same company responsible for the success of Sacred Tree Markets, a tightly curated and highly visited retail event on the Nelson Bay waterfront.

When Sacred Tree Markets Director noticed the demand for the high quality street food on offer at the markets, the Street Food Social concept was born. The event was trialed within small regional towns in the Port Stephens community and over 2000 people attending each of
the trial and subsequent events.

“For us, it’s about taking some of the regions favourite foodies and teaming them up with some great musicians and entertainers”, Jessica Rowarth commented.

“We really want everyone to have a good time and we are really excited about bringing the event to the Lake Macquarie community for the first time.”

Partnering with The McCloy Group in April and rolling into a number of their residential communities this spring, Jessica describes the event as “roving street food deliciousness”.

With big name Hunter favourites including Bao Brothers, Harry’s Schnitzel Joint, The Craft Pit, Choux and Forage Espresso leading the convoy. The event will also feature street performance and a fire show by Newcastle legend Hannah Indigo, kids entertainment and live music.

Thanks to the McCloy Group, the Brush Creek event will be the first to hit Lake Macquarie and with the big name trucks coming in we’re sure it will be well received by locals.

Not to mention McCloy Group are celebrating the event with the opportunity to win one of ten ‘Free Feed’ vouchers to use on the night!

“After seeing the community engagement at past events in McCloy Communities in Port Stephens, we knew we needed to bring it to residents of Lake Macquarie and Brush Creek was the perfect opportunity. The quality of the food, entertainment and atmosphere is second to none, come along September 20th and see for yourself” commented Jon Hines, McCloy GroupProject Director Entering the Free Feed comp is simple. Simply like both Brush Creek and McCloy Group

Facebook pages head over to: https://brushcreek.com.au/streetfoodsocial/ and complete the
form. The winners will be on announced Thursday 19th September and your ‘Free Feed’ can be redeemed at Street Food Social at Brush Creek!