Applications for food, trade and beverage stalls have now closed for 2020
Stall Holder Information
Stalls will be inspected on the day to ensure compliance. No food or drinks can be sold in glass containers.
Food Vendors must be registered with
Lismore City Council and provide your Food
Go to www.lismore.nsw.gov.au to register.
Food vendors must provide a copy of their
NSW Food Safety Supervisor Certificate.
Food vendors must supply own water for
cooking, hand washing and containers for
carrying water off site. There will be no
dump facility on site.
Oils from cooking appliances must be
contained, removed and disposed of offsite
in the correct manner (they MUST NOT be
poured into drains, roadways or grass areas).
Council Public Health Officers will inspect
your food stall on the day to ensure that
the appropriate hygiene practises are in
operation. Inspectors reserve the right to
close your stall down if you do not apply
with Council regulations.
Stallholders must provide their own flooring in line with Lismore City Councils Stallholder regulations.
Food vendors will have access to the
allocated cool rooms from 8am. Cool rooms
will be marked with stallholders’ names,
you must all work together to ensure it is
fair and equitable only use allocated space.
Everything that is placed in cool room
must be labelled with stall holders name,
anything found in cool rooms unlabelled will be removed.
Organisers are not responsible for loss of
stock and all stock must be in cool room,
labelled in sealed containers and marked
Any damage that is done to the tables ormarquees will be at the stallholder’s expense and you will be invoiced.
Any stallholder in breach of any of the above will be prohibited from holding a stall at future Council events.
It is the responsibility of each food vendor to promptly report any incident to the onsite supervisor outlined in your event briefing including: property damage, illness, accident or injury, anti-social behaviour, lost children, any observed disruptive behaviour, and any other issues raising health, safety or security of food vendors or the public, hazards and near misses, personal safety and security.
Fees, do not pay until confirmation of
acceptance and Council Invoice has been
What does my fee get me?
3x3m marquee with sides (if selected stallholder)
Power 1x10amp and/or 1x15amp or
2x10amp (not trade stalls)
1 trestle table (if selected stall)
Access to cool room if food or beverage stallholder
Your business/name on the event program plus any advertising/media that includes a list of exhibitors.
Access to garbage and recycling waste services (No water and/or Oil disposal
Access to over 20,000 attendees
If you are unable to attend the 2020 Eat the
Street and you cancel and have paid for your site, you will incur a $50 administration fee to be deducted from your stallholder fee before 28 February. If it is after 28 February you will not be entitled to any refund, your stall will have been advertised on our website since February 11, 2020 and all program and site maps will have been produced.
Eat the Street is an annual food, arts and
music event held in Lismore’s Central
In 2020 the event will be held on Saturday
March 14, from 12pm-9pm. There will
be more than fifty food, wine and trade
stalls, live entertainment, cooking
demonstrations, children’s art, craft and
cultural activities and street art workshops.
Eat the Street is a place to showcase our
local chefs, cooks, eateries, food experts
and producers from the Lismore and
Northern Rivers area.
All food holders must produce a signature
dish, you can only sell 3 dishes this includes
sweets/desserts, using local produce and
must be either $5 or $10 only per dish. These
dishes are ‘tasting’ and not to be a meal, we
want attendees to try multiple dishes and
Preference will be given to Lismore LGA
stallholders. Hours of operation are 12pm-
9pm. We will endeavour to have no more
than two types of food stalls for example,
no more than two Thai Stalls this will also
include menus and what is being offered.
We want as much variety for attendees as
Setting up of the site will be done the
afternoon prior to the event, all sites will be
accessible to stallholders by 8am Saturday
or according to provided schedule. You will
only be allowed on site when Council staff
confirm that the site is ready and safe. You
will not be able to trade until 12 noon when
Council’s Public Health Officer has approved
and inspected your site.
All Stallholders must only use 100%
biodegradable products at the event for
service. Stallholders must advise in their EOI
what biodegradable products they will be
using (plates, cutlery and cups etc.)