Stallholder Application Process
If you’d like a stall at our farmers’ market and your business meets the Stallholder Criteria as either a primary producer or value-added producer, there are four steps to complete the application process.
The Application Process
Step 1 - Complete the Expression of Interest form and return it to Market Management. Our Market Manager will consider your Expression of Interest and assess whether your product meets the initial market selection criteria and market mix policy. If you’re not successful, you‘ll be informed of our decision via email or in writing.
Step 2 - If you meet the initial market selection criteria, we’ll contact you to discuss your product and requirements. You will be asked to complete a detailed stallholder application form and familiarise yourself with the Rules and Responsibilities of the market. We will require copies of:
- your ABN registration
- a current Certificate of Currency (Insurance) for Public and Product Liability
- your Food Business Notification number from your Council or area health authority (where applicable)
- relevant Certificates of Accreditation relating to hygiene, transportation, food safety, organic status where applicable
Step 3 - Market Management will arrange a suitable time to visit your property and/or production facilities.
Step 4 - Once Market Management has approved your application, you’ll receive a stallholder licence which you will be required to sign and return. This will include a list of products that you are approved to sell (allowable products) and a map showing the location of your stall. You will then be invoiced for market membership and site fees for your first month of trade.
Starting at the Market
Before your first market day you’ll receive an induction pack with useful information about trading at our market.
Market Management will promote your start at the market via our website and our social media channels.
We’re keen for you to succeed and we’ll provide advice and support where required in your initial weeks.