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Capital Region Farmers Market

Applications & Downloads

Also available for download are media articles and For Chefs recipes.

CRFM Rules for Stallholders

Use these rules to determine if you would qualify to become a stallholder with the CRFM or if already an existing stallholder, keep up to date on your stallholder obligations.

Application Form for Stallholders

Intending stallholders are asked to provide a summary of ‘their story” to the Market Manager before submitting a formal application. This summary should say who they are, where they come from, what do they produce, how big are they, are they licenced and what qualifications/experience they may have. If they meet the market rules and there is space available, they would then be invited to submit a full application.

Please note that the relevant "Supplementary Forms" below must also be submitted with new applications and annual re-registration.

  • Preview CRFM Application Form (PDF 319.9 kb)
    Please use this form to submit an official application form. Only do this once you have been in contact with the Market Manager and have submitted an Expression of Interest.

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Supplementary Forms for Producers (Stallholders and other Producers)

These Forms are applicable to all Producers; both Stallholders and Producers who engage Stallholders to act as their Agents.

Location Map

Buskers

Buskers are welcomed at the Capital Region Farmers Market, however they must meet the eligibility criteria and comply with the rules and code of conduct (found on the application form). Buskers must be approved by management and scheduled to appear.

Media and Journalist Enquiries

Produce/Product Amendment Notification Form

To be used by existing APPROVED stallholders to notify CRFM management that you have a new product you would like added to your approved product list.

Meet our stallholders

Homeleigh Grove

Canberra District Olives
We are signatories to the Code of practice for the Australian Olive Industry.

Homeleigh Grove Olives is located on the ACT/NSW border a few kms north of Canberra and within sight of Canberra’s landmark...

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