Become a Stallholder

Sell at the Wangaratta Farmer's Market!

Our local producers and makers contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars to our local economy each year and provide our community and visitors with healthy, fresh, local and sustainable food year-round. We recognise that each of our stallholders is a small business.

As such, our list of stallholders is curated to ensure the fair representation of product lines and stallholders in the market. We adhere to the Victorian Farmers Market Guidelines.

This means that as a prospective stallholder you must be directly involved in growing and producing your goods, bringing them to market and operating your stall. You need to be operating under independent ABN and be compliant with relevant state and local legislation.

We love working with people to turn their passions and ideas into reality so please contact our Market Coordinator if you need advice

Stallholder Opportunities

Wangaratta Farmers Market is always on the lookout for innovative new stallholders.

We would particularly love to hear from you if you grow, raise or make any of the following:

  • Niche herbs and vegetable crops including capers, figs, microgreens, chillies
  • Local wines, ciders and spirits
  • Indigenous local foods and drinks
  • Nuts and nut products including fresh nut butters
  • Olive, hemp, nut oils and handmade dressings
  • Milk, cheese and dairy products
  • Hand chocolates and sweets
  • Ice-cream and gelato
  • Mueslis and breakfast foods
  • Grass-fed beef, pork, goat, rabbit and lamb
  • Seedling and plants for gardens and veggie patches
  • Native and exotic cut flowers
  • Ready to eat take home meals and soups
  • Other original artisan products made from local materials

Important Documents

Terms & Conditions

Schedule of Fees

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Producer Information

Product Information

Please clearly list your products in a manner that lets us understand the focus of your business. List more important items first, and indicate a % if that may help us. For Example - "Fresh Strawberries (90%), jam (10%). Be as specific as possible Eg tomatoes, capsicums, eggplants, rather than general terms such as vegetables or sauces.
Is there anything about your products that you would like to highlight? For Example - organic certification, grass fed, free range or anything that is unusual/unique.

Stall Requirements

Who will staff your stall? Include Name and Job Title.

Compliance Details

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Stallholder FAQs

We really encourage all stallholders to connect and talk directly with market patrons to build your sales and relationships with your customer base and to enhance the customer experience unique to a Farmers market.

Standard sites are 3m x 3m. We also offer double sites (6m x 3m) and shared sites ( 3mx 3m shared by 2 or more stallholders). Space for your vehicle is not guaranteed although we do try to accommodate a single vehicle on site, if you book and pay for onsite parking.

There are a limited number of sites with access to 240volt mains power. You will need to book and pay for a powered site when booking.

Find details of current stallholder site fees charged for each market day here
This fee includes a $3 VFMA market day levy paid on your behalf by the Wangaratta Farmers Market to the Victorian Farmers Market Association.

We are moving to an online booking and payments system.

All sites must be booked and paid for by Thursday, 5.00pm prior to the Farmers Market in the 2nd Saturday of each month. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for details.

It is a condition of this market that any stallholder must have PUBLIC LIABILITY insurance for a minimum of $10 million cover and product liability insurance. A copy of your policy must be submitted with your signed application form.

As a VFMA accredited market, the Wangaratta Farmers Market is committed to ensuring no more than 40 % of unaccredited stallholders, so priority will be given to VFMA accredited stallholders.

The market will go ahead “rain, hail or shine”. No stallholder refunds are provided less than 3 weeks from an upcoming market.

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.

No we do not supply any equipment, stallholders are required to supply everything they need to operate their stall.

No you cannot peg in your marquee. All marquees are required to have a minimum of 20kg of weights per leg. You cannot use white pod weights.

There are a number of different ways you can weight your marquee, these must be secured to your marquee to be effective.

Dogs are permitted at the market if under control AND on a leash at all times

The market trades between 8.00 am and 12.30 pm

Bump in – stallholders must not arrive before 6.30am and not later than 7.30am.

Bump out – stallholders must not leave the site before 12.00pm

You can drive to stall sites to unload goods.

Only stallholders who have booked and paid for onsite parking may leave their cars on site.

Stallholders should unload their vehicles as quickly as possible. You will not be able to drive your car on the Market site between 7.30 am- 12.00 pm. Offsite parking is available in Docker St , Ovens and Baker Streets.

Still Need Help?

For any other questions, contact our Market Coordinator.

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