Applications are checked on Wednesday’s - 10 days and 3 days prior to each market. Please allow time for a response as all our staff work part time.
An email with a link to pay is sent on Wednesday, 10 days prior to each market. Also check your spam/junk folder. If your insurance is out of date, you may not have received an invoice.
An email is sent on the Friday before each market with instructions regarding your site allocation. Please check your spam/junk folders.
You can email your updated Certificate of Currency to firstname.lastname@example.org This will then be updated across all our markets.
All stallholders are required to provide their own public liability insurance for their business. This can be purchased from several insurance companies such as AAMI, GIO, BizCover, QBE.
Information regarding fees and requirements can be found on our website: https://www.byroncentre.com.au/bcm/become-a-stallholder. All applications must be completed online and you should complete a separate application for each market you wish to attend.
Natwah Petruszkacommunitymarket@byroncentre.com.au 0499 755 500
Byron Community Market is held on the 1st Sunday of every month, with additional markets on the 3rd Sunday in December & January. Between 8.00am to 3.00pm, in the Town Centre. Market Map
There are paid and unpaid parking areas near the market area. However, it can get busy, so we recommend arriving early to secure a spot. Check the Byron Council website for a map of parking zones.
Yes you can! Byron Community Market is dog friendly. We do ask that you keep your dog on a leash and clean up after them.
Byron Community Market is an all weather market and will go-ahead, rain or shine. If the market is cancelled, announcements are made on our website and social media pages.
Market Information, first aid and lost property is located in the markets office in Railway Park, next to The Rails pub.
Some stallholders have card payment options, while others may prefer cash only. It is best to bring some cash or access one of the several ATMs located around the site.
Byron Community Market features over 300 sites including food stalls, handmade crafts, jewellery, clothing, artworks, and much more.
Check our Stallholder Directory for a selection of the stallholders that attend our markets: If the stall you are looking for is not listed, email email@example.com and we can forward your query on.
Absolutely! Volunteering opportunities are often available. Please apply on the Volunteer section of our website.
Please send your query to firstname.lastname@example.orgNote: all our staff work part time, so please be patient when waiting for a response.