This Stallholder Information below should be read in conjunction with our Market Regulations.
Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade, BONDI BEACH.
More info on How to Get There
Trading Days & Hours
Open every Sunday.
Trading from 10am – 4pm (5pm during Dec & Jan)
(Note the Bondi Farmers Market is also held at this venue and is open every Saturday from 9am – 1pm)
Set Up / Pack Up Times
Set Up: 9 am – 10 am Pack Up: 4 pm – 5 pm (5-6 during Dec/Jan)
Stall Fees vary depending on which section of the Market you elect to trade in.
Section C – Courtyard $70.00 (incl. GST)
Section B – Back Area $95.00 (incl. GST)
Section A – Front Area $120.00 (incl. GST)
Not for Profit Organisations: No charge
Garage Sales/ Selling off
your preloved stuffed *$70.00 (incl. GST)
*(Note this fee does NOT apply to professional vintage traders)
$10.00 (incl. GST) – Table Size: 2.4m long x 0.76m wide x 0.74m high
$20.00 (incl. GST) – 3.0 m X 3.0 m
$10.00 for 10amp point
Stall sizes may vary slightly but are generally 3.0m X 3.0 m
We have a number of larger premium stalls available of varying sizes. Info available on request.
How do I apply for a stall?
Fill out our ONline Application Form: Apply Online.
Once you are approved to trade as a stallholder you may make book a stall, subject to availability.
What you can sell?
You can sell arts, crafts, handmade items, clothing, accessories, jewellery, bric-a-brac, art, photography, furniture, salvaged items, food, records, CDs, DVDs, vintage clothing and re-claimed or re-purposed articles… the list goes on.
The Bondi Markets have a reputation as a place where independent designers have first started selling their stuff and then taken off. Our main focus is providing independent designers a platform to showcase and sell their product. We also have lots of other stuff as well. Many creative entrepreneurs have found cool stuff from around the world and used the Markets as a testing ground before going further out ‘to market’. The Market also provides the opportunity for independent online retailers that feel the urge to get out of the office and/or are possibly vitamin D deficient and need a shot of that Bondi sunshine
What you can’t sell?
You cannot sell live animals, drugs, fake or counterfeit items and so on. Basically if it’s illegal, offensive or dodgy then we won’t have it at the Market.
What if I want to have a ‘garage sale’ at the Market?
You are welcome to come down to the market and sell stuff you no longer need or want. Clear out your cupboard or your garage and enjoy a day in the sun mixing it with the locals.
Stallholder Public Liability Insurance
If you DO NOT have your own public liability cover:
Your stall fee will be increased by an additional $10.00. You will be covered by the Market Public Liability Insurance Policy. This Policy provides $20,000,000.00 cover with a $5,000.00 excess payable by the stallholder.
If you HAVE public liability insurance cover:
Please bring a copy of your public liability insurance certificate and show it to the staff when you are being allocated a stall. As a Casual Stallholder, you need to bring the certificate with you each week. Remember: No Paperwork, no Discount!
You MUST have your own cover if you sell certain items:
Please note it is a strict requirement that Stallholders must have in place a public and product liability policy with a minimum of $10 Million cover in the Stallholder's Name if the Stallholder offers for sale any of these products:
Second hand Electrical Goods and Toys
Cosmetics and Beauty Products
Potions, Oils, Fragrances and Soaps
Food Products (Hot or Cold)
A copy of the Insurance Certificate of Currency must be supplied to the Manager before a Stallholder may trade at the Market. It is the responsibility of the Stallholder to ensure that the insurance is renewed and remains current for the term that the Stallholder undertakes Trading Activity at the Market.
What equipment should I bring?
Chairs, display equipment, table covers & tent (with weights)
Rubbish & Waste
All rubbish, waste and packaging must be taken away with the stallholder. Bins provided do NOT cater for stallholder rubbish and trade waste. The stall site must be left in the condition it was found.
Bad Weather Policy
The Market is conducted in the open air, is not a covered market and will operate in varying weather conditions including wet weather. It is the responsibility of the Stallholder to bring their own covers, weights to hold down equipment and other equipment for the purpose of protection in adverse weather conditions. The Market will NOT be cancelled in the event of wet weather.
No credits or refunds are issued in the case of bad weather on Market Day. The Market will trade in all weather conditions. Please do not apply for a stall unless you are prepared to take the risk on weather.
Stall Fees are payable in wet weather regardless of whether the stallholder elects to trade or not. The stall location is reserved and held for the Stallholder until 10.00am. You should not book and pay for a stall unless you are prepared to take a risk on the weather.
What happens if the weather deteriorates during the day?
Pease note that NO refunds are issued to any Stallholder who trades and the weather deteriorates during the day.
How the Application, Booking and Payment Process Works
Submitting an Application
Fill out an Application Form.
If you are approved, you will be emailed your login details to your Stallholder Profile
- To Make a Booking
Log in and enter your details
Click on “Request a Booking”
Click on the “Market Date”, “Stall Type” then click “Apply”.
- Securing your Booking
If we have a place available for you, you will be sent a ‘Payment Request’ email.
If there isn’t a place available, you will also be notified via email.
- Making Payment
To finalise your booking, you must pay online before Market Day. Follow the ‘Payment Request’ Instructions.
Payments are not transferrable if you do not show up for whatever reason.
Any problems? Email us on email@example.com
What spot will I get at the Market?
If you have paid your stall fee, your stall location will be posted on the website on Friday at 5pm.
What does it mean to be a Regular Stallholder and how do I become a Regular Stallholder?
If you are a Regular Stallholder you do not need to book each week. A fixed stall space is held for you unless you cancel beforehand. Your Regular Stall will be held for you until 10.00 am on Market Day. After this time, the spot may be given away to Casuals or Standbys.
A Regular Stallholder has the advantage of a fixed regular position, so customers can get to know where to find you and you can then build your repeat customer base. Regular Spots are generally the best locations in the Market and most of these spots allow stallholder better locations to load and unload.
Please note that paying a Stall Fee or becoming a Regular Stallholder does create any form of legal or equitable tenancy, or imply any future legal right/s or license.
If you wish to become a Regular Stallholder, please speak to the Manager. We will review your stall offer and consider whether it may be included in the mix of stalls and stallholders who are already Regulars.
The 12 Week Rule – 12 weeks off then the full stall fee applies
Regulars are expected to attend each week. Regulars may have 12 times off per year at no charge due to a valid cancellation. After the full stall fee is charged for non-attendance each day.
Stallholders Rebooking Refunds & Credits
Stall fees may be credited to another week only if bookings are cancelled by Tuesday 5.00pm prior to Market Day. Stall Fees are not refundable.
Set up, Pack up, Parking and Unloading….
If it’s your first time and you are unsure what to do?
Find a park offsite and come and see the attendant at the front gate at Campbell Parade after 8.30am for any questions you may have.
Where to Park Before Entry at 9.05 am
Stallholders will need to find a legal street parking space prior to this time. Note that there is lots of parking across the road from the Market at the beach car park.
Please do not park illegally, double park in traffic lanes, queue across traffic intersections, undertake illegal U turns or traffic manoeuvres, or otherwise hinder traffic in the streets surrounding the market during set up or pack up.
Stallholder parking is available on site at the Market at no extra charge.
All Day Parking
All loading and unloading must happen from within the Market grounds not from the Street.
1 car per stall is permitted.
Entry gate opens at 9am, this is for Regulars with a Green Pass to drive their cars in first. All casuals must wait until 9.05am to drive their car into the market.
Enter via the Campbell Parade Gate after 9.05am. Drive past the big pine tree and enter the car park at the rear of the School.
Do not take a space at the front of the Market, as these are spaces designated for Regulars situated at the front of the School.
No vehicles may enter or leave the Markets between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm (5.00 pm during December & January).
The car park follows a stack parking configuration that does not enable people to leave before 4.00 pm (5.00 pm during December & January).
Do not block traffic or double-park on Campbell Parade prior to 9.00 am.
If you need to use your vehicle during the day then we recommend that you use the Park Drive car park across the road from the Market at the beach.
DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO THE MARKET PARKING AREA UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE PARKED IN FOR THE DAY
If you are Unloading and taking your car away
A limited number of 15 minute Loading Zone Spaces become available from 9.15am. These spaces are located just inside the gate entrance and are allocated for people who need to unload and take their car out for the day.
Please check with the attendant at the front gate before you drive in that there is space available to unload.
Finding my Stall
See our staff in orange vests directing traffic. Let them know what your stall number is and they will direct you to the right spot
What time do I have to be in my Stall by?
The stall location is reserved and held for the Stallholder until 10.00am, if you are not in your spot by this time you forfeit the stall fee and the stall allocation.