Food – Community Tucker Tent
The Community Tucker Tent is a food stall selling all sorts of hot foods and has been an institution at the festival since the mid 90s. The Tucker Tent is organised, managed and staffed entirely by volunteers from many local community groups. Profits go to those community groups, as well as a portion going to the ongoing health care and welfare of festival co-founder Chris Nolan, for which he and his family are very grateful.
The Tucker Tent is located in the International Food Court, and is famous for its hot breakfasts. By now they must have made over a million bacon and egg rolls I’d reckon. Maybe a trillion, who knows. Great stuff.
They also do Breakfast in Bed – watch out for utes in the campgrounds ferrying hot food and coffee to those lazy blobs who can’t be bothered going to the Food Court.
If you’re needing frozen water (aka Ice) while you’re at the festival, you can acquire this near the Meredith Eye, behind the Pink Flamingo, at the following times:
Friday: 9am – 9pm
Saturday: 8am – 9pm
Sunday: 8am – 12 midday
Brought to you by the Tucker Tent crew.