A project of the Rotary Club of Beaumaris

FAQ’s from Stallholders

Beaumaris North Community Market FAQ’S

Q: How do I book a casual stall?
A: Book on line at the TryBooking link here.

Q: How much does a stall site cost?
A: As at October 2021 a premium stall is $70 plus processing and ticket fees. Mini stalls are $35 plus processing and ticket fees. Discounts for early birds and multiple stalls are available.

Q: How big is a stall site?
A: Premium Stalls are 3m x 3m. A 3m x 6m space for your vehicle is included directly behind. Mini stalls are 3m x3m with no provision for on site parking or storage.

Q: Is electrical power available on site?
A: No. BYO. See T&C’s regarding generators.

Q: What can I sell at Beaumaris North Community Market?
A: The “product mix” will be determined by a first come, first served online booking availability in the following categories:

  • Produce (fruit & vegetables),
  • Deli (cured meats and cheeses, olives, eggs, etc)
  • Meat (fresh, local raised)
  • Seafood (fresh, local catch)
  • Bakery (bread, cakes, snacks, etc),
  • Take-away Food (hot food & beverages),
  • Alcohol (craft spirits, Craft beers, Victorian Wines),
  • Garden (potted plants, cut flowers & supplies),
  • Crafts (handmade goods and restored period pieces),
  • New Goods (Australian made, no second hand goods)

Q: Do you allow more than 1 type of stall in each category?
A: Yes, but with limits. With space for over 70 stalls, we feel that there is room enough to provide variety and choice for our visitors. Exact duplicates will not be sought after and stallholders must contain their goods on offer to their allocated category. For example, a meat seller is not allowed to also sell eggs on their stall.

Q: When is the market open?
A: The market is held on the first Sunday of every month. See here for exclusions.

Q: What time do I come for my stall?
A: The market trades between 9.00 am and 1 pm – stallholders must not arrive before 7:30 am and not later than 8:45am.

Q: How do I unload/setup up and where do I park?
A: Enter via Wood street, a Rotary volunteer will check your booking and escort you to your stall. Please turn on your hazard lights during bump-in. The Stallholder is not permitted to use within or remove vehicles from BNCM after 8:45am. The Stallholder may park vehicles within the stall site allocated to them or in designated on-street parking spaces in the locality of BNCM. Vehicles must not be parked in vacant stall sites. Market map

Q: Do I need Public Liability Insurance?
A: The Stallholder must have their own Public Risk Policy in the sum of not less than $20,000,000. A certificate of currency must be available for inspection on market day. See all terms and conditions here

Q: What about the weather?
A: BNCM will operate in a variety of adverse weather conditions (WHATEVER THE WEATHER ) and BNCM staff or volunteers will remain in attendance irrespective of adverse conditions. The Stallholder is advised to bring their own protection against the elements. All booking sales are final. No refunds/exchanges due to change of mind, personal issues, booking mistakes or weather conditions.

Q: What else should I bring?
A: Stallholders will need to provide their own tables, shade or weatherproof covering. Marquees must have substantial leg weights available to use on hard surfaces or in windy conditions.

Q: Do you accept applications for “Regulars”?
A: Yes, by email only, contact the Market Manager: stalls@bncm.org.au