Open Day Stallholder FAQs

Stall Holder Information

Applicants may only operate within their allocated stall site. The markings define the stall space within the venue. Stalls extend into the walkway by 1 meter (White Dots mark the limit). The use of walkways between stall sites and vacant stall sites for the placing or storage of goods is prohibited.

What do I need to bring?

  • Proof of registration
  • Stall set up – tables, chairs etc.
  • Rubbish bags for refuse
  • Coins/cash for change

How much is it to have a stall?

It costs $35 to register for a stall. This fee covers your registration but NOT your public liability insurance.

Is Public Liability Insurance required?


All stallholders must be covered by appropriate current product and public liability insurance. All stallholders must have necessary permits and registrations approved by the relevant councils, e.g. Streatrader, FoodBusiness certification, food handling permits.


What's the size of a stall space? 

This is roughly 1.5m x 2m space allocation.

Can I bring a clothes rack to hang my clothes on? 


What happens if it rains? 

Nothing, it is all indoors.

What can I sell? 

You can sell anything handmade and handcrafted, second-hand, recycled, vintage, local, designed, sustainable – anything really! 

I've registered for a stall but now can't make it – can I get a refund or transfer my registration to another month? 

No, our terms and conditions are clear that we cannot provide a refund or transfer a registration to another month. We will only offer are refund if we cancel an event.

Site Setup and Pack up

Set up from 7:30 am

Pack up only from 1 pm to 2 pm.

Stallholders must stay until the market's end unless management has notified otherwise. Stalls must not be dismantled until the market closes, even if sold out.


Centre Covid19 Safe plan in place and follow VictorianGovernment guidelines.

No refunds unless we cancel the event or lockdowns are in place.

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