Open every Sunday – ’rain, hail or shine’
Stallholder applications are now open so if you have a stall that sells delicious food, fresh produce, divine sweets or anything else that gives people those happy market vibes, click the link below to get to our stallholder application form or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I book a stall?
Use the application link above to apply for a stall. Once you’ve been approved to be a stallholder, you can email us to book in for future market days. Regular stallholders will automatically be added each week.
When is the deadline for bookings?
All bookings need to be made by COB Wednesdays. Any applications received after Wednesday will be assessed the following week. We suggest to book as far in advance as possible to ensure your space at the markets.
Can I automatically get a stall at the market?
All stall categories within the market are limited, as our intention is to curate a market with a varied choice and avoid over representation of a particular type of stall so all stallholders do well. We assess all applications on this basis.
Do I need insurance?
All stalls must have $20 million Public Liability Insurance coverage. We can provide this insurance for $10 per market day if needed.
What do I need to bring for my stall at the Markets?
You will need to bring a gazebo with weights, a table with a covering and floor covering (tarp/mat or similar). These can be hired, please enquire. Chairs may make your day more comfy, and remember to stay hydrated. You must bring your own change and eftpos machine on the day.
When will I know my stall allocation?
The site plan and allocation will be sent on Fridays prior to the Sunday market.
What is your wet weather policy?
The markets will go ahead rain or shine. Please bring your own covers and weights to hold down equipment and to protect against adverse weather conditions. Please see our Terms and Conditions for further details.
How do I cancel my booking?
For booking cancellations, please email email@example.com. Please inform us of your cancellation before Friday COB preceding the Sunday market.
Can I get a refund if I cancel my booking?
If your cancellation is received by COB Wednesday prior to the Sunday market, we will credit your account towards your next market (limitations apply). Please see the Terms and Conditions for further information.
Can I drive my vehicle to my allocated stall space to set up?
Haig Park is a heritage site and as such, vehicles must utilise the designated loading/unloading areas.
We have drive-in access along the main cement pathway, this is available for larger producers and those with large bulky equipment or heavy products, if you would like to discuss site access options, please get in touch. Vehicle access is provided in allocated time slots from 6am.
Those without permitted vehicle access can use the Girrahween Street carpark or Henty Street car spaces to unload, depending on your site location. Your stall setup will need to be walked/trolleyed to your stall space, we have a trolley available to assist should you need it. Most spaces are within 40m of the load-in bays.
Where should I park?
There is plenty of stallholder parking available within a few minutes walk from the market. Either side of Haig Park along Henty and Girrahween Streets have all day free parking. There are also small dirt carparks on these Streets in the park that can be used for larger vehicles.
We require all vehicles to be removed from the immediate parking areas of the park including the Girrahween Street carparks so these are available for customer use.
A map on where to park will be sent in the email with your site allocation on Friday prior to the Sunday market.
Is there power available?
Yes! Haig Park now has power available for stalls. The spaces are limited so please enquire to have power included in your stall space.
Can I use a generator for power?
Stallholder supplied electricity and cooking sources are permitted but must have prior approval by market organisers. Due to the noise and smell from certain generators, the only accepted generator types are ‘silent’ generators. These are to be placed safely to minimise hazards and noise to market participants and attendees.
What’s the stall size?
Single stalls are a 3×3 metre space, this is a standard gazebo size. Should you need more space, we provide a special rate for 2nd and 3rd stalls.
What time do I pack up?
Our Markets are open from 8.30am for produce, 9am for all other stalls until 2pm on Sundays. All stalls are required to leave their marquees and tables setup until 2pm.
What documents do I need to bring with me?
If you are serving food, please display your Food Safety Supervisor Certificate and Food Business Registration Certificate.
What can I sell?
If you have a stall that sells delicious food, fresh produce, devine sweets or anything else that gives people those happy market vibes, we want you there! All stalls that are not food based must be handmade or designer.
What are the stallholder fees?
Our fees range depending on your needs, please email us for our information pack.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org