Stalls

The closing date for stall applications is 28th February 2018. Hurry, sites will fill up fast.

 

If you wish to  apply please email stalls@sunfest.org.au with your application and supporting documentation.

Stallholders are a key part of SunFest, and always have been, since the first unofficial tents erected in 1976 by a group of Sunbury residents and then our first official stalls in 1977.

By becoming a stallholder your business will achieve public exposure and recognition within the Sunbury community. By supporting SunFest, the Sunbury community will support you.

 

Become a stall holder

Stallholders Forms

Please read the Stallholder Explanatory Notes before completing your application. Answers to the most frequently asked questions can be found there.

Stallholder Explanatory Notes 2018

2018 – Stallholder application

SunFest 2018 – Terms & Conditions 

 

Schedule of fees for Stalls / Sites

Description
Saturday Only
Sunday Only
Both Days
Community Group within Hume not selling goods
$ 40.00
$ 30.00
$ 60.00
Community Group within Hume selling goods
$ 50.00
$ 40.00
$ 70.00
Community Group outside Hume not selling goods
$ 60.00
$ 50.00
$ 90.00
Community Group outside Hume selling goods
$ 70.00
$ 60.00
$ 110.00
Home based business within Hume
$ 80.00
$ 70.00
$ 130.00
Home based business outside Hume
$ 90.00
$ 80.00
$ 150.00
Food Van
$ 125.00
$ 115.00
$ 220.00
Retailer within Hume
$ 110.00
$ 100.00
$ 200.00
Retailer outside Hume and Government Departments/Projects
$ 220.00
$ 200.00
$ 400.00

Please note that fees for food vans have been increased to bring us in line with other events in the Hume area

Power Requirements: A flat rate of $50.00 per site for one day $75 per site for two days will be charged to you for the use of power.

All stallholders must provide some form of shelter (marquee, market umbrella, caravan, etc.). 

Due to underground irrigation all marquees used on the Village Green must be secured by a method other than large tent pegs. It is suggested stand-alone style marquees and umbrellas be used instead, or heavy water and/or sand containers.