(stall positions do vary) Cimitiere Street carpark, Launceston




Harvest is held in the Cimitiere Car Park, Launceston every Saturday morning from 8:30am to 12:30pm – except where specifically notified. Trade must not begin before 8:30am and must not cease before 12:30pm.



Set up from 6:00am (ideally arrive between 7:00am and 7:30am), ready to trade at 8:30am. Do not pack up your stall until the close of market at 12:30pm. Stallholders are required to stay until the end of the market, even if all goods are sold.



The Market Manager will endeavour to provide stallholders with the same site each month, but this cannot be guaranteed. No stallholder shall have an exclusive right to a specific site.



Vehicle movement in the Cimitiere Street Car Park is prohibited from 8:15am to 12:45pm. Vehicles must be unloaded and removed from site as quickly as possible prior to any site setup. Sites must be fully dismantled prior to bringing your vehicle on site for loading. Please note, there is limited room for vehicles on site.



Sites available are a minimum of 3m x 3m. Double sites may be available on request. Power is available at an additional cost, however power supply is limited so it is important that you calculate your power requirements accurately in your application form. Please note there is no guarantee to power access. PO Box 862, Launceston 7250 | Phone: 0417 352 780 Email: [email protected] | ABN: 51 237 363 534



All stallholders must be Members before selling at Harvest. Annual Harvest Membership fee: $33 (GST inc) Unpowered Single site: $77 (GST inc) Unpowered Double site: $154 (GST inc) Powered or Gas Single site: $88 (GST inc) Powered Double site: $176 (GST inc) Power included = 10amps (2400W) per site. Additional power may be available on request at a cost of $11 (GST inc) per 10amp socket.



All payments are invoiced monthly and made by direct credit to the Harvest bank account, no later than 10:00am Wednesday prior to each market day. There will be no refund of site fees for late cancellations or non-appearance on market day. Extenuating circumstances will be handled at Market Management’s discretion.



Stallholders are required to bring their own equipment including tents, shade structure and tables. All shades and shelters must be tied down and secured safely on all corners with weights in all weather conditions or be subject to immediate removal. Where power is supplied, the stallholder must provide all power leads from their site to the power source. All leads and electrical equipment must be tagged and tested annually with the stallholder’s name on each item, before installation on site. Untagged leads or electrical equipment will not be permitted for use at the market.



Under the Harvest Charter, the market aims to have a high percentage of Fresh (primary) producers who have grown, reared, baked, caught, or smoked the product they sell. To ensure that there is a wide range of produce available to meet shopper needs, a number of Value-added and Ready-to-eat producers will be included in the market offering. Preference will be given to Value-added producers that are farm based and use their own farm produce as core ingredients. All value-added and ready-to-eat products must contain a minimum of 50% Tasmanian grown or milled ingredients. Examples of eligible value-added produce include baked goods, jams and preserves, beverages, and oils. The Harvest Committee reserves the right of final decision on the number, variety, fees and location of stalls, in line with the Harvest Charter. The Harvest Committee reserves the right to cancel a Licence to Trade at any time if the stallholder breaches the Charter and/or market rules.



Each stall must be staffed by a person(s) who has intimate knowledge of and direct involvement in the production of any items for sale. Ideally this will be the farmer or primary producer or family member.



All stallholders are required to be covered for Public and Product Liability Insurance to the value of $10 million which covers them at the Harvest site as well as their site of production, and a Launceston City Council Temporary Food Business Registration each year where applicable. Stallholders must provide proof on a yearly basis or on request.



As this is an outdoor market there are no refunds or credits for adverse weather.