Interested in becoming a stallholder at the Concord Farmers Market? We’re always looking for more quality stallholders to improve our market.
The Concord Farmers Market takes both permanent (twice per month) and seasonal (less than twice per month) stall bookings.
Preference in allocation of stalls will be given to permanent stallholders. Where possible, permanent stallholders will be offered a regular site. New stallholders and casuals must expect to be moved around.
You may register your interest by completing an application form. This can be done using using the online form at the bottom of this page. Please note that all documents for the application are to be submitted directly to the Concord Farmers Market.
- Public and Product Liability insurance is essential.
- All equipment must be appropriately licensed.
You should also familiarise yourself with the rules and procedures outlined in the documents linked below.
Important documents to read
- Market Rules
- Market Safety Procedures
- Canada Bay Council Temporary Stall Checklist
- Cleaning & Sanitising in Food Business (NSW Food Authority)
Fees are to be paid by bank transfer, cash or cheque.
|Concord Rotary annual registration fee for stallholders (due for renewal 1st July each year)||$50 – paid directly to Concord Rotary Club|
|Canada Bay Council annual registration fee for all stallholders (due for renewal 1st July each year)||$55 – paid directly to Concord Rotary Club. The club will forward stallholder details and payments to the council.|
|Market stall fee – 1 stall (3m x 3m)||$60|
|Market stall fee – 2 stalls (3m x 3m)||$110|
|Market stall fee – 3 stalls (3m x 3m)||$160|
|Public liability insurance per market (if you do not have your own current up to date insurance policy)||$10|
How to apply
- Submit application to the market for review by the CFM committee.
- Submitting an application does not mean you will be accepted as a stallholder.
- The market manager will advise successful applicants.
SUBMIT AN APPLICATION
The following documents must be submitted to the Concord Farmers Market for review as part of your application:
- Certificate of Currency – Public Liability and Product Liability Insurance
- Worker’s Compensation Policy (if you employ staff)
Stallholders that sell food
- Safe Food Handling Certificate
All persons that handle or sell food for human consumption in any stall must possess an appropriate safe food handling certificate. Food as defined for this purpose includes beverages, fruit, vegetables and pre-packaged foods. Refer to NSW Food Authority for the specific requirements; food handling certification can be completed online.
- City of Canada Bay Temporary Food Event Food Vendor Notification Form
This form asks you to supply details of the kind of food you intend to sell, the address of the site where the food is prepared, the construction of the stall, and food handling/disposal techniques. This form must be sent to the Concord Farmers Market as part of your application – please do not send it to the City of Canada Bay. The market will submit the form to Council on your behalf, when required.
Stallholders that sell Organic Food
Food that is labelled Organic must be Certified as Organic by a recognised third party.
Register your interest using this online form below. Relevant supporting documents (e.g. insurance; council form) can be scanned or photographed. Note that photos need to be high quality so that we can read them. The document copies or images must be uploaded as part of the online form.
If you have other questions about becoming a stallholder then please contact us via email email@example.com or phone 02 7900 6065.