Stallholder Applications If you're interested in a stall site you must apply and be assessed by Market Management.
APPLY - Please print and complete a “Stallholder Agreement" or request a copy by email. You may wish to inquire first for suitability by lodging an enquiry on-line, emailing questions or giving us a call. We will need a completed and signed copy of the Stallholder Agreement. You can bring it along on your first market day or email us a scanned copy. Please ensure you have been accepted into the market before attending - this can be done either by email or phone.
BOOK - If you apply and are accepted into the market, you can then book a stall site. You can do this by using the on-line "Stall Booking/Cancellation Request" (preferred), email, text or phone. See "FAQs" below for more information on booking a stall.
ATTEND - You can choose to remain a "Casual" Stallholder and book a stall site every market day or be a "Regular" Stallholder and let us know when you are not attending.
Stall Sites A single site is 3x3m (typical marquee size). The sites are empty - no tables, marquees etc are provided. Sites are allocated at the sole discretion of Market Management. We attempt to allocate sites based on the Stallholder’s preference and give priority to regular stallholders. A "Park Map" is available to download.
Stall Site Fees Single $20, Double $30 and Triple $40. Charities and some community groups FREE (enquire with Market Management for eligibility).
Insurance All Stallholders must have Public Liability Insurance. You must provide evidence of your own current policy or we can provide most types of stalls with insurance for the market day for a fee of $10 - See "Insurance Summary" or full policy wording "Insurance Policy" on this page.
Cancellations We ask Stallholders cancelling bookings to provide a few days notice to allow market management to fill spots or re-arrange layout. You can do this by using the on-line "Stall Booking/Cancellation Request" (preferred), email, text or phone.
Wet Weather If we experience severe wet weather, Market Management may reduce, re-allocate or, in extreme circumstances, cancel the markets. This is to ensure the safety of people and property and prevent damage to the Park surface. Market Management will make reasonable efforts to inform affected Stallholders using this website and contact details provided by the Stallholders.
Cooma Rotary Markets Manager
Mobile: 0400 845 173
Supporters of the Markets - Donated development of our Traffic Management Plan
Q. Can I pick any site I want?
A. Regular Stallholders have first preference with site allocation and can have the same regular site for each market if they wish. Casual stall sites are allocated on a "first come, first served" basis - but let us know if you have a preferred site location.
Q. Do I need insurance?
A. All Stallholders must have public liability insurance. You can arrange your own (you will need to provide us with a copy) or we may be able to provide you with temporary insurance on each market day for a small fee depending upon the products or services you sell.
Q. How do I book a stall?
A. New Stallholder: If you are new to the markets you will need to apply using the “Stallholder Agreement”. (You can enquire first by using the on-line “Enquiry” Form or by calling or emailing us). Once accepted we can book you into the market based upon your needs and site availability.
Casual Stallholder: If you are already registered with us and have a “Stallholder Agreement” in place, you can use the on-line “Stall Booking/Cancellation Request” or by email or calling us.
Regular Stallholder: If you are registered and have informed us that you will attend the markets regularly, we will assume you will attend unless you inform us otherwise. If you can't attend a Market please let us know by using the on-line “Stall Booking/Cancellation Request” or emailing or calling us.
Q. What kind of stalls are allowed?
A. We strive to make the markets community and family oriented, so we will firstly judge whether an applicant fits within this broad criteria. We encourage arts and crafts, local produce, smallgoods, skin care, plants, bric-a-brac, antiques, second hand books and media. More commercially oriented goods and services will be assessed on a case-by-case basis for suitability. Charities and Community organisations are very welcome. We intend to develop a more comprehensive policy for stallholder selection, and when it is complete we will publish it on this website. We retain full discretion on approving stallholders entry to the markets.