The SAGE Farmers Market Moruya has achieved award-winning success in a very short time. We encourage all producers and food enterprises in our local region to come along and experience what makes our market so special. There’s always more room for more stalls and and our customers have an insatiable demand for local produce.
To be an SFM stall holder, you need to be a primary producer (ie. a farmer, grower or fisherman) or a secondary producer (ie. makes value add products) or a tertiary producer (ie. makes ready-to-eat products) that operates within our local region. No agents are permitted. Secondary and tertiary producers must show evidence that in every possible case, they have sourced ingredients from with the local region.
No art, craft or non-food stalls are permitted, except in certain circumstances as explained in the SFM Rules & Regulations.
The fee structure is simple:
$35 per 3m x 6m site; $5 per site for power; if required $7 per stall holder for Public & Products Liability Insurance for smaller enterprises without their own insurance cover (limits apply).
If you’d like to apply to be a stall holder, please ensure you download and read thoroughly all the documents before you apply. Applications do not guarantee a stall will be approved. The SAGE Farmers Market Site Coordinator will confirm acceptance of all applications.
For any further information, contact the SAGE Farmers Market Site Coordinator on 0410 894 333.
If you are interested in being a stall holder, please click for information about our Stall Holder declaration and indemnity requirements and our application form.Apply Now
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