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Local Bite Nights and Movie Night

Local Bite Nights and Movie Night
Local Bite Nights and Community Movie Night

Local Bite Nights is the smaller version of it’s big brother, Mid Week Eats. It brings food trucks, entertainment and activities for the community.

This Local Bite Nights, is a bit different though and joins together 3 mighty teams in the City of Canning – the Youth Team, the Wanju Welcome Team and the Major Events Team. These legendary forces will be combining our super powers to bring you a great event to include all the best bits of Local Bite Nights and all the best bits of the Community Movie Nights series.


The Amazing Maurice.

Food Trucks

We’re booking them in so watch this space!

Quick Event Summary

✔️FREE entry
✔️FREE onsite parking, including ACROD
✔️FREE Movie
✔️Food Trucks avilable and drinks available including vegetarian, halal and gluten free options where possibl (cash and eftpos)
✔️First Aid onsite
✔️Toilets onsite, including accessible
✔️Some seating and tables
✔️Dogs are always welcome on a lead
✔️Activities to keep the kids entertained.

What to Bring?

  • reusable water bottle
  • picnic blankets and camping chairs
  • a jumper if it gets a bit chilly
  • a picnic ore some snacks if you would prefer to bring your own.

Location and Parking

Local Bite Nights and Community Movie Night will be held at Wyong Park Bentley. There will be limited free onsite parking including ACROD. Free bike racks will also be available for this riding down – you just need a bike lock.

We encourage you to consider riding, walking or catching public transport to the event site. Use the Transperth Journey Planner to plan your journey.

As will all events near residential areas, please be patient entering and exiting the event. Please also be courteous to local residents and do not park on residential verges.

We would like to acknowledge the Whadjuk people of Noongar Nation as the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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