4th Saturday each month

(3rd Sunday in December)

7:30am - 12:30pm

Asked Questions

Opposite is a list of our most
frequently asked questions.
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How do I become a stallholder?

Click on the Stallholders tab on this website. Download the market Terms and Conditions and a Casual Registration form. 

Complete the Casual Registration form and return by email to 

Registered casual stallholders must request a site booking each month before a market. Site booking requests will only be accepted the month of the market. If sites are available then site allocations are based on the stallholder meeting the selection criteria as per the Terms and Conditions and the product information on the registration form.  

Are the markets still on if it’s raining?

The markets will only be cancelled if a Cyclone Warning (not watch) is declared for the Atherton Tablelands region.

What is access like for mobility impaired people?

There are several entrances to the market grounds which provide access for mobility impaired persons. Please refer to the market map on the website. The market grounds are undulated so please take care.

Can I busk at the markets?

Buskers are encouraged to play at the markets. All buskers must report to the information tent upon arrival and complete a Busker Registration form before playing. Busking is free for school aged children. Adult buskers incur a $10 fee.

Is there an ATM available at the markets?

Yes! The very first stall on the right hand side upon entering from the Pitt Stop petrol Station.

Can I bring my dog to the markets?

Dogs are permitted on the market grounds, but not encouraged, providing they have repectful and obedient owners.

They must be on a short lead and comply with Council by-laws.

Dog poo bags are available on site (behind M row, near Telstra Hut - refer to map).

Please remember that not all people like, nor are comfortable with dogs. Be aware and respectful.

What are my car parking options?

It is free to park on the nearby streets or paid parking is available at the nearby Maud Kehoe Park for $2 (donation to Lionesses). When parking please be aware of local resident driveways and access.