Frequently asked questions

Can I sell anything I want at the market?

Just about, but in the interests of all stallholders the organisers will be selective in ensuring a balance in the number of similar stalls. Anything handmade, freshly grown, home cooked and other similar stalls are particularly encouraged.

How much does it cost for a site and how big are they?

Site fees start from $25.00 for a permanent stall holder on a standard (5m x 5m) site. The fee for a temporary (one off) stall starts at $30.00 for a standard site. Larger sites and powered sites are also available – but please book these well in advance.

Can I pick any site I want?

Permanent stall holders have first preference with site allocation and can have the same regular site for each market if they wish. Temporary sites are allocated on a “first come, first served" basis - but let us know if you have a preferred site location.

Do I need insurance?

All sites must have public liability insurance. You can arrange your own (you will need to provide us with a copy) or we can provide you with temporary insurance on each market day for a small fee.

Do I have to bring all my own equipment?

Yes we suggest a 3m x 3m gazebo (with weights to hold it down), display tables, a chair, and lots of bright signs to attract customers. If you need power bring some long extension cords.

The market gates open at 7.00am to set up your site. Sites must be fully set up by 8.30am.

How much notice do I have to give to book or cancel a site?

You will need to book your site at least a few days prior to the date of the market. During busy holiday periods our sites can often be fully sold out up to a week before the market day.

To cancel you will need to advise us at least 24 hours prior to the date of the market or your site fee will be payable.

Does the market run in wet or windy weather?

Wind and rain can play havoc with market gazebo's and site holders stock. We want to run a safe and productive market for all. We will send out an email to all site holders on the Saturday evening prior to each market day with the latest weather forecast - just in case we need to cancel a market due to poor weather conditions.

If you have any further enquiries please contact us