Which Stall Category Am I?

Food – Stalls selling fresh food and meals onsite. Festival goers have mentioned that the food serves are too large and the prices too expensive. We would recommend smaller serves at a lower price. As a family friendly event, we also have regular requests for more child-friendly meal options. Something to consider!

Coffee and Chai – A crowd favourite and pretty self-explanatory! You are welcome to sell biscuits, brownies, bliss balls etc from your stall, just let us know in your application.

Snacks – Food stalls selling snacks like ice-cream or donuts. Treats to eat on the spot.

Packaged Food – This is for our stalls who sell items like honey, nuts, fudge, chocolate or jam.

Drinks – Fresh juices or homemade ginger beer? This is the category for you! We no longer allow stalls to sell alcoholic drinks onsite, so please don’t include these items on your application as they cannot be accepted.

General Merchandise – Jewellery, clothes, homewares, shoes, hats, toys, books, garden sculptures, wind chimes – if it’s interesting and beautiful, we want you!

Australian Hand Crafted – This is for the makers, artisans and 100% Australian Made. If you sell a mix of your own items and some imports, then you need to apply as General Merchandise.

Body Services – What would a Festival be without somewhere to have a massage, get your child’s face-painted, or perhaps get a henna tattoo?

Community – We welcome applications from community groups looking to raise their profile amongst our attendees. Community stalls can sell limited merchandise with approval and distribute educational material. Groups must not canvas attendees on the streets and can only operate from within their stall.