Stallholders

STALLS AVAILABLE FOR 29th APRIL 2018
Applications close Wednesday 25th April 10pm

APPLYING FOR A STALL
Please go through the following steps:

  1. Download and carefully read the following document: Artisan Central Stallholder Requirements (PDF download – last updated January 2018).
  2. Email at least 3 product photos to contact@ArtisanCentral.com.au.
  3. If you are in full agreement with our Terms and Conditions, please apply via our online form: Stallholder Application and Registration. We will do our best to let you know of our decision within 72 hours of submitting this form.

If you are providing your own Public Liability Insurance ($10 million cover minimum, $20 million for skincare and food stalls), you must provide evidence to contact@ArtisanCentral.com.au.

STALL PRICES
INDOOR (size: 2m x 1.5m): $60. With  Early Bird discount: $51
OUTDOOR (size: 3m x 3m): $50. With  Early Bird discount: $42.50

DISCOUNTS
PUBLIC LIABILITY: $10 discount if you have your own Public Liability insurance
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: three weeks before the market
FREE COMMUNITY STALLS: Please click here for information.

ENQUIRIES
For stallholder enquires, contact us via our contact form or SMS your business name, your name, and your contact phone number to 0414 270 486.

OTHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE
Limited 6ft trestle tables provided @ $5 each
Power available – $5 per market
Credit card facilities available for your customers @ $5 per market + 2.6% per transaction. (VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club.)

FOOD VENDORS
Streatrader was created to assist business owners and community groups to have a central registration and simplify the application process when trading in any Victorian municipality.

As per Council advice (https://www.banyule.vic.gov.au/Services/Public-Health-for-Businesses/Registration-of-Portable-Food-Premises) you need to be registered with Streatrader and a Statement of Trade (SOT) must have been lodged at least five days before each event.

Food safety: In Victoria, all food businesses must comply with the Food Act 1984, which oversees food safety. The Act also requires food premises to comply with the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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