Stallholder Application Form

If you are a designer or talented artist, have a commercial business that promotes sustainable living, have a food stall, or are a member of a community group we would love to have you on board.

The eligibility of application for a stall is at the discretion of the event organisers and applications will be determined based on the suitability and fit with the goals of the Festival. Successful applicants will be notified by email closer to the date of the event.

Contact information

Provide numbers only - no spaces

Business online contact details
Stall requirements

Detailed description of what you are selling, promoting or displaying on the day.

If you don't design and manufacture your own products, where are your products sourced from?

Select the above option to order a marquee and have it set-up by our external supplier at a cost of $300.

Detail any additional requirements including site sizes, etc.

To select multiple items, press the Ctrl key (Command key on Mac) and select your options.


Please describe at least 1 current action on how you are incorporating sustainability principles into your business activities. E.g. food waste recycling, energy saving devices, buying electricity from renewable sources, sourcing local produce, upcycling pre-loved materials.

Stallholders are invited to make a pledge on how they plan to increase the sustainability of their own stall and/or ongoing operations. Stallholder’s sustainability pledges will feature on the event web page in the lead up to the event.

Upload documents (PDF)
  • Files must be provided in PDF format and no larger than 5Mb in size.
  • To select multiple files, when the file browser opens press the Ctrl key (Command key on Mac) and select your files.

Please attach a copy of your public liability insurance (minimum $20M)

Please attach a copy of your food safety inspection certificate (if applicable)

Word verification

To help prevent spamming or automated form submission, please complete the word verification question below:

Apples grow on 'grass', 'vines' or 'trees'?


Once this form has been submitted, the information you have provided will be sent to Council.

Page last updated: 16 August 2019