Traralgon Soup Van

The Traralgon Soup Van began operating on 14 August 2018 and covers Traralgon and nearby areas, providing assistance to people who might be facing tough times by offering a friendly face and a warm meal to people in the area one night a week.

The number of people who visit the Traralgon Soup Van per night has been growing as more people in the local community hear about this service.

This service could not exist without the generous support of our many volunteers, sponsors, donors and suppliers.

Who can access the Soup Van?

The Traralgon Soup Van is a free service available to anyone in or near the Traralgon community. We typically support people who face financial difficulties and those experiencing homelessness.

When does the Soup Van work?

You’ll find us out every Tuesday evening:

6.25pm - 131 Shakespeare Street, Traralgon
6.40pm - Cameron Street, Traralgon (near Community Centre)
7.00pm - Victory Park, Princes Highway, Traralgon (opposite McDonalds)

You’ll find us out every Friday evening:

5.45pm - Churchill Community HUB
6.15pm - Glendonald Park, Churchill

Can I help?

We are always happy to hear from interested community members.

The Traralgon Soup Van relies on the generosity of donors, both financially and through in-kind gifts. If you would like to make a donation, please email

How can I find out more?

For further information email: or if you would like to volunteer, please click here GET INVOLVED