Stallholders Email Newsletter!
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When: First Saturday of every month.
Where: Shannon Reserve, Crown Street, Surry Hills.
Bookings for next Market: Applications open on the Thursday before the market.
Create an account and submit your application here!
Please note: You can create an account at any time, but the application can be submitted ONLY on Thursday 10 days before each Market.
Successful applicants will be contacted by email on Friday. Stallholders can also check the status of their application by:
There will be no drop ins, if you are not on the bookings list or on the waiting list there will be no availability.
By clicking on this bookings link it signifies that you have read and agree to all the above terms and conditions.
When you complete an application, you will be added to our stallholders mailing list. If you do not want to receive these occasional emails, you can unsubscribe from the mailing list.
Fees are collected from market stallholders by the Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre and help cover the costs of services delivered to the community, including children’s services, educational classes and events and other community outreach projects.
Casual Stalls $70.00
Sale of food shall comply with the provisions of the 2003 Food Act and with Council’s regulations for Temporary Food Premises and will meet the requirements of the City of Sydney Health and Building Department. All food stallholders must obtain a permit from the City of Sydney Council for the day of the Market.
Further information and forms can be downloaded from the City of Sydney website.
The Surry Hills Markets are never cancelled due to weather. At the discretion of the Market Coordinator or the City of Sydney, a wet market may be restricted to the paved area to protect the grass, but the market will proceed.
Permanent stallholders, who pay in advance, will not receive a if they do not attend a market because of bad weather (or for any other reason). If they do not attend, then at the next market, the payment due from them will be for two markets.
These fees will need to be paid at the next market. Failure to make payment of outstanding fees will result in loss of permanent stallholder status.