Stallholder Information

To book a market stall

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Am I eligible to become a stallholder

The Markets are primarily an art and craft market catering for local artisans, producers and growers.

If you sell any of the below items you may be eligible:

  • Arts and crafts that are handmade or handcrafted locally
  • Local produce such as fruit, vegetables, honey, cheese, breads, baked goods, wine/spirits, pet food/treats.
  • Hot food, beverages and desserts.

If you sell any of the below items you are not eligible to become a stallholder…

  • Any network marketing goods i.e. Tupperware, doTerra, Isagenix, Avon
  • Mass produced/imported goods
  • Plastic-wrapped goods 

The Markets may accept or reject any application at its discretion, based on locality, quality and diversity.

Single-use plastic free markets

We are a plastic-free market. This means you can not provide any single use plastic materials to customers such as plastic bags, cutlery, plates, and products.

For more information, visit here.

For assistance with sourcing alternatives, please contact

Size of stalls

There are three sizes available (same cost for each):

  1. Cabana/Marquee (3m x 3m) in the middle of the road.
  2. Trestle (3m x 1.5m) on the footpath, usually covered by the building awning.
  3. Van/trailer (3m x 3m) in the middle of the road.
  • Bring your own tables, chairs, gazebo, weights and lighting.
  • You will be advised of your allocated site closer to the market day.

Stall fees

Morning Markets

  • A single site is $40.
  • A 15% discount applies if you book and pay for 3 or more consecutive markets.

Twilight Markets

  • A single stall is $50, including power.

Payment Method

Payment is only accepted through the online booking system using PayPal or a debit/credit card.

Cash, cheques or direct deposits are not accepted.

Your booking is not secure until payment is made. Refunds are not offered. Nor can payment be transferred to another date.


Public liability insurance is mandatory (up to $10 million public liability and $10 million product liability, where applicable).

Purchase cover through an insurance provider or pay an extra $15 per market date for casual insurance.

If you purchase through a provider, upload a PDF copy of your policy to the online booking system.

Food/edible product permits

Once your stallholder application has been approved and you intend to sell products for human consumption, then you must apply and be granted a Temporary Food Permit by the Town of Bassendean, before attending the market. These can take up to 21 days to process.

Download the Temporary Food Business Permit Application here.

Thank you for your interest in the Old Perth Road Markets!