Apply For A Stall

Apply for a Stall

IMPORTANT: Before you apply:

You must read our Stallholder Information and our Market Regulations.



How do I apply?

Simply fill out our online Application Form by clicking on the link below. Please have images ready of the product/s you intend to sell. Note our software system does not accept high resolution images so please make sure they are saved as small files otherwise there may be a problem with your application being processed.



Making your Application?

We expect stall applications to be presented in the same manner as if you were applying to a prospective agent, wholesaler or retailer. We’re going to be selective, and we expect our stallholders to be an asset to The Junction Markets.

Our application process is competitive.

Send us photos of your product, your stall set up somewhere else, a website link, Facebook page, Instagram handle and anything else you can think of that will help communicate your stall’s set-up, brand ethos and the products you will be selling.


Need more time, need to supply more information?

If you need some time to put together a proposal, get together a product range, redevelop a concept, create or revamp your brand, develop an online presence. Let us know what you propose and we can work with you towards that end. If the Application Form is too limiting, send us an email with more information. If you can’t make the first round of Applications, there will be other rounds shortly after.

We also anticipate that there will be a fair movement of stalls in and out of the Market. The Junction Markets will not be a closed shop and we hope to provide as much opportunity as possible to as many people as possible.


What happens when I apply?

When you complete the Application Form, there will be a message displayed on our website that states your application has been successfully sent. We have a lot of applications to process so please be patient while we go through them all and get back to you.


Online Application Form

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