We take our social responsibility extremely seriously, so we will be introducing a number of extra precautionary health and safety measures in the interests of our customers, stallholders, staff and the community as a whole.

It is highly recommended that a tap and go purchase is the preferred payment method.

Stallholders will be required to have their own hand-washing/sanitising facilities after any money handling.

Our communal seating areas will be temporarily removed in an effort to reduce the potential risk of exposure to any virus.

We understand that traditionally the market has been a hub for our community to gather and spend time together, however this is not something we can responsibly support at the moment. Please be aware, cautious and considerate of those around you while they are shopping. It is important to remind customers of the 1.5m regulation. 

We are all in this together. Finally, if you are unwell or have any symptoms of the virus (or have had contact with anyone who has symptoms) or have travelled overseas in the past 14 days, we ask that you not attend the market.

We have provided small collection of coronavirus (COVID-19) campaign resources from Safe Work Australia. These resources provide information and tips to help everyone be more prepared.

Please download anything relevant and print them for display at your stall when attending.

As a reminder:

  • Covid19 is most likely to spread from person to person when we come into close contact with one another.

  • We can all help stop the spread by keeping our distance.

  • This means do not shake hands, or exchange physical greetings, and wherever possible, stay at least 1.5 metres away from others.

  • It's also really important to practise good hygiene, especially after being in public places.

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Tweed Shire Council wishes to recognise the generations of the local Aboriginal people of the Bundjalung Nation who have lived in and derived their physical and spiritual needs from the forests, rivers, lakes and streams of this beautiful valley over many thousands of years as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands.