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Veggie patch van by Yulli’s 

If you’re keen to try more local plant-based food this year then you’re in luck because Veggie Patch Van on Ewingsdale Rd in Byron Bay has just opened.

If you’re keen to try more local plant-based food this year then you’re in luck because Veggie Patch Van on Ewingsdale Rd in Byron Bay has just opened. 

Run by the team behind Yulli’s Byron Bay and Yulli’s Brews, the sustainable mobile eatery was originally in operation in Sydney several years ago but has now reopened in Byron, following the launch of their new local restaurant last May. 

The Veggie Patch Van sells a selection of delicious housemade items for breakfast and lunch that are 100% vegan, like mushroom and baked-bean wraps, banana bread with kombucha strawberry or mango and passionfruit jam, crumbed mushroom hot dogs, cauliflower burgers, fries and salads. 

Also on offer is fresh coffee from local roasters, Barefoot Roasters, with a choice of different plant milks, plus smoothies, cold pressed juice and Yulli’s housemade kombucha. 

The van is open from 7am to 4pm.

For more info follow them on
Instagram @veggiepatchvan or
email [email protected]


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