Stallholder Information

2019 Canberra Harvest Festival, Saturday 23 March 2018, 2 - 6pm 


The Canberra Harvest Festival was established in 2009 to promote and celebrate the joys and benefits of local food.  The festival hosts a variety of fresh produce stalls, workshops, food and music in a fun and family-oriented environment. 

Previous festivals have been successful community events with more than 1500 people in attendance.  This year we are looking to grow the festival while maintaining the relaxed and friendly atmosphere that attendees have come to expect.  

Please note, local fresh produce stalls will be given priority at the Harvest Festival. 

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What you will find at the festival

  • Live music from popular local acts

  • Fresh local produce

  • A selection of stallholders selling local, ethical or sustainable products

  • Local and/or organic beer and wine

  • FREE Sustainable living workshops

  • Kid’s ‘Biggest & Best Fruit & Vegetable’ competition and activities

  • Free kids space with craft activities and games

  • Community information stalls

Advertising

The Canberra Environment Centre will promote the 2019 Canberra Harvest Festival in the following ways: 

  • Event will be promoted as the “Canberra Harvest Festival”

  • Posters and flyers will be displayed around Canberra

  • A succession of media releases will be distributed to local media (magazines, newspapers, radio and TV)

  • Paid ads/editorials will be placed in local print media

  • Roadside signs will be displayed on central roads across Canberra in the weeks leading up to the festival.

Location

The markets take place on the picturesque grasslands adjacent to the Canberra Environment Centre, cnr Lennox Crossing and Lawson Crescent , Acton. The Centre is centrally located, next to Lake Burley Griffin, with the National Museum nearby. The site is easily accessible by bike, public transport and car and nearby parking for stallholders will be provided.

Cost to Participate

$80 per stall for the provision of a 3 x 3m outdoor space. Stallholders should have their own set up such as tables, chairs, marquee or umbrellas. 

Stallholder Requirements

The CEC is seeking to promote local, sustainable and ethical businesses from the ACT region.  We ask that only environmentally and/or socially responsible products be sold at the Harvest Festival. Stallholders who do not meet this criteria may not be permitted to attend the Harvest Festival as a stallholder. 

Public Liability Insurance

In order to participate, the CEC requires all stallholders to have Public Liability Insurance to the amount of at least $10 million. A copy of your public liability certificate must be provided as part of your application. If you are experiencing problems with the online application form, please email us a copy of your PLI at info@canberranevironment.org

Electricity

Electricity can be arranged upon request.  Please let us know at least three weeks prior to the festival if you require electricity.

Bump In / Bump Out

Bump in: 12:30 - 1:30pm

Bump out: From 6pm