New casual stallholders can register online. You will need photos of your product and of your stall, together with copies of proof of address (drivers licence) and a current copy of your public liability insurance (value $10m) in digital format for uploading. Please note, you only need to register once. If you are returning to the market after an absence, please email email@example.com to re-enter the system.
If you are here for just one market, please just register on the day, details below.
Please click here to go to the registration page for all applicants except food and beverages.
Food and beverage stallholders please click here to go to the registration page. Your application will be put on a waitlist as we currently have a full complement of food stalls.
You will receive a request to pay approx. 10 days before the market. Please pay by the due date and then arrive at the market ground at 7.30am for stall allocation on the day of the market. Please bring an item, chair etc to mark your site once it’s allocated, while you go and get your car.
Registration closes at 10am on the Monday before the next market to allow for processing and payment.
If you’re applying after this time, please follow the instructions below.
Sunday 6:45am – 7:15am, on the day of the market, at the Market grounds in Butler St. Payment must accompany registration.
- ALL applicants must present a photo ID, proof of residential address and a current copy of your public liability insurance.
- NEW applicants are asked to bring a sample of their product.
- All stallholders are required to hold their own Public Liability Insurance policy for trade at markets with a minimum $10M limit.
- If the policy is in a business name then proof of business association must be provided.
Site Fees: Standard Site (3.5M x 4M) – $50.00 for walk-ups on the day. Once you are in our system standard site fee is $40, providing you pay online.
Allocation of Stalls
- Allocation – Resident Location plus Product Category, please see table below.
- Priority Catchment Area includes Byron, Ballina, Lismore & Tweed Shires.
- Byron Shire Council requires that priority is given to residents of Byron Shire who make 100% of the product they sell.
Rules and Regulations
We established a set of rules and regulations for our Byron Community Market. They are a clarification and update of previous R&R from a few years ago, especially as a lot of procedure has gone digital. Please click here to open the document and to familiarise yourself with them.
Please note, casual stallholders are not allowed to bring their car onsite until they have been allocated a site.
Charity of the Day
Each month market management invites two local charitable organisations to be the Charity of the Day. The charities collect donations at the two entrances to the market.
They can also raise money through a stallholders’ raffle which is drawn on the day. Only these charities can approach stallholders to buy raffle tickets at the market. Each charity is allocated half the market site. Charities should go to the Information Tent for a map of their half.
The Charity of the Day is available for non-profit community organisations or registered charities either based in Byron Bay or directly benefiting Byron Bay. Charities must have the relevant ‘Authority to Fundraise’ licence and their own public liability insurance.
Once a letter of application is received (firstname.lastname@example.org), market administration will place charities in a queue based on the time of their last attendance. Charities applying for the first time may be placed before those requesting a second or subsequent opportunity.
Market administration will notify the appropriate charities a month in advance and give them an information sheet.
On market day, charities should go to the Information Tent for identification badges and chalk for adding the charity’s details to the noticeboards at the entrances.
In return for the privilege of being the charity of the day, market management requests that charity gate attendants advise people that they cannot bring animals onto the market grounds. This is a Byron Shire Council policy. Market management has the final discretion on decisions regarding the Charity of the Day.
Charities are asked to inform the market management of their takings for the day so the management can monitor the effectiveness of each market entrance and include the information in reporting.
Local charities that reside in or directly assist the people of Byron Bay may apply for a casual stall site at a reduced rate.