Market Stallholders: Apply Now

Join us at the 2017 Harcourt Applefest Market. It’s on Saturday, 11th March from 9am to 3pm in the leafy surrounds of Stanley Park.

The Market showcases local wines, food, cider and produce, and features quality crafts and other artisan products.

The 25th Anniversary Applefest was a huge success. A record number of stallholders participated in the 2016 Market.

For 2017, stallholder numbers are strictly limited. As such, we will be curating stall holder applications to ensure a good mix of high quality vendors.

Applications are subject to evaluation and approval by the Festival Market Committee. Places will be snapped up early so don’t miss out!

Important Dates

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Application Form

Your Details

Details of Stall

Harcourt Applefest 2016 is open to applications for four different types of site:
1) Food vans;
2) Beverage vendors;
3) Food produce Stalls
4) Other retail products.

For which type of stall are you applying?

Products for Sale: please describe exactly what is to be sold. If selling beverages, specify the types and brands to be sold. (NB: You may only sell items that you list here.)

Site Size

Standard outdoor sites are 3m x 3m.
If you require a site larger than 3m x 3m you must book additional sites.

How many standard sites do you want to reserve for your stall?


Site Power

Powered sites are available for +$20 per site
Stalls that require electricity must cover this additional cost in advance.
As a stall holders with a power connection, you must bring your own tagged leads. Long ones!

Do you require power for your stall?


Anything else?

Other requirements or comments? (optional)

Harcourt Applefest Market 2017: Stallholders information

When: Saturday 11th March 2017 from 9am – 3pm.
Set up time: You may start setting up from 7am onward to be ready by 9am. Stalls must remain operational until the finish time.
Venue: Stanley Park precinct – High Street, Harcourt, VIC 3453.
Reserved parking: Exclusive stallholder parking at the north end of the Pony Club, on the corner of High and Bridge Street.
Signage: All signage must be kept within your 3×3 metre site
Rubbish: Keep the area as tidy as possible. Please place rubbish in bins provided and recyclables in recycle bin or take home.

Permits and other requirements:
Stallholders selling food and/or beverages at the Harcourt Applefest Market must apply for a permit from the Mount Alexander Shire Council. Relevant information and forms are available from or call the Environmental Health Unit on (03) 5471 1768.
Relevant stallholders are asked to have their permit with them on the day of the Market.

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