Shire of Denmark seeks food vans to park up at Ocean Beach, William Bay for summer

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Greens Pool at William Bay National Park.
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Food vans could roll up to two locations across Denmark this summer, with the council looking for three traders to park up at two popular beaches.

The Shire of Denmark opened expressions of interest last week for two mobile food vendors to operate from Ocean Beach precinct, and one for Greens Pool.

The new additions will join an ice-cream van currently approved to operate from William Bay.

The tourist hotspot is set to be heaving with beachgoers this summer after being closed for renovations since February.

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The $4.4 million upgrades included increased parking, roadworks and improved amenities.

The Shire is on the lookout for vendors with a current Food Act Certificate of Registration.

Applicants will be judged on sustainability and waste management practices and the range of goods on offer.

Expressions of interest close on November 27, and can be lodged on the Shire of Denmark website.

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