Community Stall Holders
Community stall spaces are provided to non-profit community, sports, arts, charity and educational organisations that reside and focus on the local area.
Please register your expressions of interest for participating in the 2024 here. Successful applications will be notified and invoiced accordingly.
All application will be considered for these circumstances that fit within the large events gathering under the Covid Safe Guidelines for Festivals”
Applications opening soon, don’t miss out!.
Applicants will close early in 2024 and successful applicants will be notified and invoiced accordingly. Allocation of stall spaces will also be sent via email.
Each year, the Yarraville Festival receives more applications to join the festival, and as a result, may not be able to fit everyone in the same place as previous years. Please take note that we do our best to accommodate everyone’s needs, and please respect that allocations made by the festival committee are final.
All Vendor applications must have the following compliance documents in place prior to and during the event:
1. CovidSafe Plan- For all vendors which can be found at Covid Safe plan
A Street Traders Application
FOOD & BEVERAGE Vendors (additional documentation_
2. Food and Beverage suppliers must have a Food and Safety Plan
3. Mobile Food Vans and Food stall holders have to complete Food Permit
Mobile Food Vans Permit
At least one member of staff must have completed a Hospitality and Tourism COVID-19 Hygiene Training- And be able to produce certificate Hygiene Training
Community stall spaces don’t include a marquee or table. If you require any of these, you can hire them through the application form.
Please note you are required to meet minimum standards for marquees which include:
Appropriate weighting on each marquee leg-minimum 40kg (Hire of weights will be available at the Information Centre.
Food Vendor stalls must have 3 side panels- Left, Right, Back panels plus appropriate sanitizing and washing facilities