Selling at Camberwell Sunday Market

⚠️ The market is temporarily closed. Please follow our posts on social media and this website for further updates on the market operations. ⚠️

NEW STALLHOLDER REQUIREMENTS

Please read in full and understand our Terms & Conditions and COVIDSafe Plan.

Each market stall requires their own QR code. The code must be displayed in a prominent position and customers that interact with stallholders (irrespective of purchase) should be encouraged to check-in.


Creating an account – Victorian Government QR Code Service (dhhs.vic.gov.au)


IMPORTANT extracts from the COVIDSafe plan:

  • Stallholders are required to provide hand sanitiser that is accessible to patrons.
  • Stallholders must remind patrons about physical distancing.
  • Stall holders must disinfect high touch surfaces twice during market operating hours.
  • Stallholders must QR on entry to the Market

All patrons, stallholders and volunteers entering the CSM area must wear a face mask (always covering both the mouth and nose) as per public health advice.


SELLING AT CAMBERWELL

Entry to the Market as a seller or patron is conditional on you complying with our COVIDSafe Plan, as approved by Council 1 August 2021.

✅ Most importantly:
• Wear a face mask covering your mouth and nose all at times
• Maintain 1.5 metres distance from others where possible
• Provide hand sanitiser at your stall and maintain good hygiene
• Patrons must use our QR code on entry and your stall QR code

🚫 Do not attend the market if you are unwell, have been to a COVID19 exposure site in the last 14 days or been in contact with anyone COVID19.

⚠️ FAQs:

• What exactly does the Plan say about stallholder responsibilities? This is covered in section 9 of the plan:

9. Stallholder Responsibilities.

9.1. Stallholders will be instructed to arrive with enough time to set up the stall with consideration of the CSM social distancing layout.

9.2. Stallholders must remind patrons about social distancing.

9.3. Stallholders to limit representatives to two people at a time and maintain social distancing.

9.4. Stallholders are required to provide hand sanitiser that is accessible for patrons.

9.5. Food van representatives must wear gloves for food handling and separate gloves for money handling.

9.6. Stallholders should clearly label prices to enable patrons to see to minimise crowding around stall.

9.7. Ideally stallholders should be setup to take card payments thereby avoid handling cash.

9.8. Stall holders must disinfect high touch surfaces twice during market operating hours.

9.9. Stallholders are required to display their own unique QR code in a prominent position and patrons that interact with stallholders (irrespective of purchase) should be encouraged to check in.

• Will the market be open next weekend? YES! The market will be open to the public 7am – 12:30pm every Sunday until December, unless closed for public health reasons.


STALL BOOKING INFORMATION

You can book stalls using your iPhones, iPads, Android, Windows 10 devices as well as the via this website.

Stall cost is $67 and is paid by credit card. When booking, the Terms and Conditions should be fully understood before proceeding, agreement to the terms and conditions is a part of the booking process.  Also, payments are not refundable.  Please check the date and stall location carefully before making payments.

Stall are released up to 12 weeks in advance.

EQUIPMENT HIRE
Hire Cost:

  • Trestle Table: Length 1.8m: $10
  • Clothes Rack and 2 Sandbags: $15
  • Sandbags: $ 4 each

Hire can only be arranged on the morning of your booking. Photo ID is needed and a $20 security bond is charged per stall, all hire equipment has to be returned before 1pm to avoid forfeit of this bond, early return welcomed.

MARKET OPERATING HOURS
The Market is up and running by 7am every Sunday (earlier in the summer months). Stallholders are required to stop trading at 12.30pm, and to be totally packed by 1.00pm.

PRODUCTS SOLD AT THE MARKET
Products sold are second hand or hand-crafted goods, specifically made by the stallholder.   Goods not permitted include food, drinks, new goods (for resale), factory seconds or samples especially clothing, animals or make-up products.

The Market does not have pre-designated areas for different product categories; hence a stroll round the whole market is encouraged to see the broad range of products sold.

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