What is a casual stallholder?
Casual stallholders are an important part of our market and suits many of our local artists, producers and artisans as it allows them to trade at the market without being locked into regular Saturday trading. Casual stallholders can nominate when they would like to trade, however, they must trade at least once a month to maintain their place in the pool and are not always guaranteed a position each week.
What are the site fees?
Please note that all casual stallholders are required to pay a site fee*, marketing levy and insurance fee payable to the City of Hobart. Other fees may be included depending on the stall operation, such as for electricity installation and usage, gas and electrical audits and table hire. All fees are updated annually and stallholders should expect annual increase.
To see the compare the various weekly stallholder costs please visit our page which has information on all of our stall fees and pricing.
*The site fee amount depends on the stall category and is listed in the City of Hobart Fees and Charges booklet, updated periodically.
How do I apply?
Every two years, the City of Hobart invites businesses interested in trading to submit an application to be considered as a casual stallholder. Once approved, casual stallholders enter into a short term (up to two years) agreement issued by the City of Hobart.
The next casual stallholder intake will commence in early 2024. To register your interest please complete the online expression of interest form here and we send you an application pack once the intake opens. Occasionally Salamanca Market conduct small casual stallholder top-ups as needed.
If you would like more information please call our Stallholder Coordinator for a one-on-one chat on 03 6238 2430.