Stallholder Information

 

All previous & enquiring stallholders are encouraged to fill out a

general information form. You will be on our database to stay informed

with market updates and to assist you in your applications.

You will only be notified if there is a vacancy!

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When we have a phone conversation regarding a confirmation of a site:

  • We will discuss covid compliance and how you are going to be able to best operate your stall in these circumstances.

  • You will be emailed several documents to set ground rules to operate at the market.

We will also need from you:

  • precise stall type,

  • stall space required, and

  • insurance details which will include policy number, expiry date and the name of the insurer.

While not compulsory, it is highly recommended that you complete the COVIDSafe Business Plan

If you have a Food Business please complete the 

COVID-19 awareness for food service

​​If you have a confirmed booking to attend and need to make any changes, including nonattendance, product type or stall size it is necessary to notify the coordinator, at least 3 days prior to market day.

We do not have electricity.

Once you have booked, please arrive on the day between 7.00am to 7.30am to be allocated your stall at the Kingscliff Lions Tent at the entrance to the market.

How much does a stall at Kingscliff Markets cost? 

Permanent Single Site $25
Permanent Double Site $50
Casual Single Site $30
Casual Double Site $60

Public Liability Insurance is available for an extra $10

How big is a stall site?

Most stalls are 3m x 3m

What can I sell at Kingscliff Markets? 

Most products are acceptable to sell.

Products that may not be sold at the markets include live birds or animals, fakes or copies of designer brand names goods, weapons, items associated with the illegal use of drugs, or other items that the market management may consider unsuitable for the market.

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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.