Catering at Monash
Looking for healthy and delicious catering for your next event?
Here are the catering menus for all our retailers all in one place.
COVIDSafe workplace catering means single serve options with no sharing of food, drinks crockery or cutlery between people.
Check out our fact sheet for more information.
Browse our healthy caterers across all of our campuses. Filter by Monash locations, meal types, dietary requirements and sustainable catering.
What is Healthy Catering?
The Health and Wellbeing Team partnered with Monash Finance to establish the Monash Catering website, which features all our on-campus caterers who provide healthy catering.
Monash University recognises that catering and events can have significant social and environmental impacts, locally and globally.
The Health and Wellbeing Team have created a simple ordering guide to help you offer healthy catering at your next event.
Meal Ideas for Breakfast, Morning and Afternoon Tea
Need some ideas on what to offer for breakfast, morning or afternoon tea when catering for your next event?
Meal Ideas for Main Meals
Need some ideas on what to offer for lunch or dinner when catering for your next event?
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Monash staff orders
Consolidated invoicing is the easiest option for Monash staff. You won't need to do any more admin after the initial order. When ordering catering all you need to provide is the following:
- the reason/purpose for the event
- the number of Monash employees, non staff and family members attending the catered event (for staff meetings, this will often just be the number of staff attending the meeting)
- your cost centre and fund
Morning and afternoon tea
All caterers are different, but this list provides some examples of healthier morning and afternoon tea ideas.
Healthy snack ideas
- Seasonal fruit - whole fruit, fruit platter, fruit skewers, fruit salad
- Vegetables - Vegetable sticks (carrot, cucumber, celery) and dips
- Pikelets/mini fruit muffins, scones (plain/date/cheese/savoury)
- Yogurt tubs
- Fruit bread
- Toasted sandwiches
- Mini bagels (try smoked salmon and light cream cheese or lean ham, tomato and basil)
- English muffins (plain, fruit) with ricotta and honey
- Bircher muesli
- Fruit and yogurt parfait/compote
- Preserved fruit tubs (fruit in natural juice is best)
- Dried fruit and nut packs
- Grainy crackers and cheese