Todd Mall Markets
An outdoor market operates in the Todd Mall every second Sunday from mid-February to early December featuring local produce, arts, crafts and food from 9am until 1pm except in June, July and August when the market finishes at 2pm.
Although Council plays a large role in the Todd Mall Market these are coordinated by Todd Mall Markets Incorporated which is run solely by volunteers.
Sunday Market dates for 2015
June 7, 21
July 5, 12, 19
August 2, 16, 30
September 13, 27
October 11, 25
November 8, 22
December 6, 20
1. How do I request a market stall?
If you are a general stallholder, your first point of contact is Todd Mall Markets Incorporated to register online at www.toddmallmarkets.com.au for site availability. If you are a food stallholder or stallholder selling topical applications please contact the Alice Springs Town Council Community Projects Officer first, on 8950 0505 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Do I require a license to trade?
Yes. Before trading you will need to submit a Stallholder Market License available from the Alice Springs Town Council with a current hard copy of your public and/or product liability insurance. License fees are $12 and valid until the end of each calendar year.
3. What else does the license cover me for?
If you already have a current Alice Springs Town Council market license, trading at Sunday Todd Mall Markets and are also interested in participating in any of the night markets including the Christmas Carnival please register your interest no later than three weeks prior to the market date by contacting the Community Projects Officer on (08) 8950 0505 or email@example.com
Night Market dates can be found here.
4. Do I require a vehicle permit?
If you require vehicular access please submit a vehicle permit. Permit fees are $24 and valid until the end of each calendar year. Discounts apply to pensioners, charity and community groups (that are specifically not for profit). Within the market venue, please be aware there is a vehicle load limit. Anything exceeding the vehicle load limit must approach the ASTC Community projects Officer on 8950 0505 or firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Do I need my own public liability insurance to hold a market stall?
All stallholders are required by law to hold and submit their own public and/or product liability insurance both to ASTC when submitting stallholder license and on access to the Sunday Todd Mall Markets. It is the responsibility of the stallholder to submit insurance renewals that occur throughout the calendar year to ASTC & Todd Mall Markets. However, if you are not trading at the Sunday markets but wish to trade at the ASTC Night Market and/or Christmas Carnival please go to the ASTC Night Market page.
6. What are the requirements of a food stallholder?
Food stallholders are required to be registered with the Department of Health and must ensure food registrations are submitted with all other necessary documents to ASTC and Todd Mall Markets Incorporated. Food registration certificates must be visible at your stall with a clear description of your products and prices.
7. What if I require gas and/or electricity?
All electrical and gas equipment must be in accordance with NT Worksafe guidelines. Please be aware for both ASTC Night Markets and Todd Mall Markets Incorporated powered sites are limited.
8. Where is my site located?
Please note there is no guarantee of specific sites requested and site allocation is up to the discretion of the market coordinator. Notification of site allocations will be sent out prior to each market with specific reminders in regards to vehicular access and egress.
9. What else do I need to know?
For additional information please read the stallholder guidelines as this applies to both ASTC Night Markets and Todd Mall Markets Incorporated.
10. Can I busk at the Markets?
Yes, however you will need a permit, comply with permit regulations and contact the relevant market coordinators prior. For Sunday Todd Mall Markets, the Uniting Church Lawn area is not available during market times for performers or buskers due to Church Services. Power sites are also unavailable.
If you have any further questions please contact the Alice Springs Town Council Community Projects Officer on (08) 8950 0505 or email@example.com