Fork on the Road is kicking off 2015 with a repeat of a very successful partnership from last year with the Tour Down Under on Sunday January 25 at Elder Park for lunch in the city.
Adelaide’s favourite feast – Fork on the Road – is returning to delight foodies on the final day of the 2015 Santos Tour Down Under.
The city centre is the place to be on Sunday 25 January, with Fork on the Road set to kick off from 11am at Elder Park.
More than 30 vendors featuring a range of savoury and sweet treats will be taking part in the first Fork on the Road for 2015.
Food will be available from 11am, which will also coincide with Bupa mini tour for kids and as such there will be an amazing array of entertainment options for the kids.
The main race gets under way at 1pm, so come and grab your lunch and then watch the main race the final stage of the 2015 Tour Down Under.
Fork on the Road – which is the largest and first regular gathering of food trucks in Australia – will run between 11am and 4pm.
Inconjunction with Fork, the Tour Down Under is having a family day for Stage 6 with us in Elder Park, which will include:
- Imagination Playground
- Children’s Roving Characters, Face Painter and Balloonist
- Caricature Artist
- Plaster Fun House
- Jumping Castle
- MFS Fire truck
- Scouts SA Rock Wall and Large Board Games
- Dirty Girl Kitchen – Kids can help make their own breakfast
- Airbrushing tattoos
- SAPOL Road Safety Training and invisible ink bike engraving
- Oppy the Kangaroo meet and greet
- Bupa and Subaru Activities
- Bubble man
- Xbox Game Station Truck