Experience sweet and savoury fare from around the world at one precinct in Melbourne’s Inner-West Melburnians are encouraged to clear their weekend schedules and prepare to lock in a food-filled adventure at Grazeland every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday as the food precinct officially opens its doors at 5:00pm.

Grazeland is the perfect place for friends and families to visit for their next elevated picnic catch-up. Designed to host foodies every weekend of the year, the space offers ample cover to wash away any worries about Melbourne’s daily weather changes.

“It has been a long time coming and we are so excited to finally welcome everyone to experience Grazeland this evening,” says John Forman, Grazeland Director. “We have so many excellent vendors with a wide variety of cuisines to choose from and our COVID-safe outdoor venue offers plenty of cover, making it a fitting place for friends and families to gather safely while enjoying great food and entertainment as we head into cooler months.”

For a $2.50 entry fee, curious eaters can choose from 50 sweet and savoury vendors serving up

  • Nashville fried chicken from Charchella by Fins
  • Greek lokmades from Lokma Lokma
  • Traditional Scottish cuisine from Kilted Haggis
  • Sri Lankan street food from Drums
  • Traditional Middle Eastern semolina cookies by Nuts About Ma’amoul

    As well as other favourites like pizza, fish and chips, and cannoli from other vendors. Drinks are available from Boulevarde Bar, Meadow Bar, and Metro Bar – Grazeland’s fully licensed bars.

Grazeland will also be home to artisan stalls selling locally produced items, including

  • Australian handmade jewellery from Cuddle The Cat
  • Crystals and essential oils from Mindfulness GraTTitude
  • Nostalgic gifts from Amazing Collectibles among others.

    With two stages, and a big screen, Grazeland will play host to local musicians, roving performers and fun kid zones.

Where is Grazeland?

Visitors can find the permanent festival of food in Melbourne’s inner-west, across the West Gate Bridge next door to
Scienceworks, in Spotswood. The precinct is just 17 minutes from Flinders St Station and is easily accessible via car, boat and public transport.

For more information, please visit www.grazeland.melbourne