Who can apply?
- Non-profit community groups and charitable organisations can hold a stall on council footpaths and locations.
- Activities need to be non-commercial in nature and can include schools, religious organisations, political groups, as well as fundraising activities such as sausage sizzles or cake stalls.
- If selling food, NSW Food Authority Guidelines must be adhered to. There is a section in the guidelines for charities and community groups as some exemptions apply. If you need advice about a temporary food stall, you can call council and ask to speak to a Health Officer.
- 28 days notice for all booking requests is required.
- A $22 booking fee applies payable prior to the stall date.
If applying for a stall in Cronulla, different rules apply.
- The stall operator must maintain a minimum of $10 million public liability insurance or any other amount as council may stipulate for use of the area booked.
- Only dates covered by your current certificate of currency will be approved.
Bookings cannot be approved until the following documents/information has been received:
- Current certificate of currency for public liability or policy valid for the date of the stall/s.
- Certificate of Incorporation or letter of authority if fundraising for a charity.
- Signed Business Proprietor Approval form granting approval for the street stall to be set up outside their premises. (This form is the last page of the PDF application form.
- Sketch/plan of the street stall and proposed location.
Apply to hold a street stall
NSW Food Authority - Guidelines for Food Businesses at Temporary Events (includes information on charities and community groups and what exemptions apply).
Street Stall Applications (Community Groups and Charities)
Enquiries can be directed to Stallholder Booking Officer on 9710 0231 or firstname.lastname@example.org