Food Stalls at Events

Food stallholder applications are now open for these upcoming North Sydney Council events.

By submitting an application your place has not been ‘reserved’ or ‘booked’. The status of your application is pending assessment. Following assessment of your application you will be notified within 30 days of the closing date if your application has been successful or unsuccessful.

Each event must be applied for separately using the Apply Now button. 

No payment is required to submit an application.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

You must fill out the online application form to be considered. Applications received by post will not be accepted.

If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please email commsevents@northsydney.nsw.gov.au or phone 9936 8100 and speak to a member of the Events team.

 

Food Safety and Compliance

Please refer to the Food Safety Requirements

Please refer to the Sausage Sizzle and BBQ Requirements

 

Terms and Conditions 

Please refer to Council's General Terms and Conditions for Approved Stallholders at Events 2018 (327KB). Please note all stallholders applying must provide their own Public and Product Liability Insurance of at least $20,000,000.

 

Responsibilities

Upon submitting your application you will be asked if you agree that - I/We certify that I/we will accept responsibility under the NSW Food Act 2003, the Food Regulation 2015, the Australian and New Zealand Food Standards Code (FSANZ), Trade Practices Act 1975 (Cwlth), Trade Measurement Act 1989 (repealed), Fair Trading Act 1987 (NSW) as the proprietor of the stall.


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Twilight Food Fair

Twilight Food Fair (once known as the Noodle Market) has been operating since 1990. The event is held in Civic Centre Park, at 200 Miller St, North Sydney.

Featuring a range of international cuisines and entertainment each week, it's a firm favourite for both families and individuals looking to make the most of their balmy-summer evenings. With good food, relaxed dining and great entertainment at its heart, Twilight Food Fair attracts lots of people to Civic Park every Friday night.

 

The 2018/19 season will operate every Friday from 26 October 2018 to 1 March 2019. This will be a 16 date run excluding 21 December, 28 December and 4 January. Approved stallholders are expected to attend every week of the season.

In order to keep the season fresh and dynamic stallholders must apply with a regular weekly menu and a "dish of the month". Each month one of the menu items should be new. This is in addition to or in exchange for an item on the regular weekly menu. The regular weekly menu can be served for the full length of the season.

Every year the Twilight Food Fair receives a large amount of interest from stallholders and Council is seeking to increase the quality of food and entertainment provided to the community. New stallholders and stallholders involved in previous seasons are encouraged to apply however no guarantee is offered that a place is held for this or future years. Each year applications will be assessed on a clean slate.

Only 3x3m sized stalls are permitted at this event. Small mobile coffee/dessert carts (smaller than 3m x 3m will be considered).

 

Applications close: Applications for Twilight Food Fair are CLOSED

Stallholder fee: $250 inc GST (paid weekly)

 


New Year’s Eve  

Monday 31 December 2018

New Year’s Eve is the busiest night of the year in North Sydney with tens of thousands of people visiting our foreshore to view the fireworks.

A limited number of food stallholder positions will be available for this event at four North Sydney locations: Bradfield Park, Cremorne Point, Waverton and Blues Point Reserve. Council reserves the right to determine the location of stalls.

 

Site 1: Bradfield Park

Bradfield Park is a non-ticketed site and opens to the public at 8am on 31 December. Capacity is 35,000. Food stalls in this site also service an additional 4,500 people in the adjacent Mary Booth Reserve.

Bump-in is between 7am - 8am on 31 December.

Trading hours are 8am - 1am.

Bump-out may not commence until 3am on 1 January.

 

Site 2: Cremorne Point

Cremorne Point is a non-ticketed site. An estimated 10,000 people stretch across the reserve.

Bump-in will be from approx 3.30pm.

Trading hours are 4pm – 1am.

Bump-out may not commence until 2am 1 January.

 

Site 3: Waverton

Waverton is a non-ticketed site.

Bump-in is from approx 1pm.

Trading hours are 3pm – 1am.

Bump-out may not commence until 2am 1 January.

 

Site 4: Blues Point Reserve

Blues Point Reserve will be trialed as a ticketed site in 2018. Capacity will be 4,500.

Bump-in will be from approx midday (TBC).

Trading hours are 4pm – 1am.

Bump-out may not commence until 3am 1 January.

3x3m sized stalls and food trucks/trailers are permitted at all sites.

 

Applications close: Applications for NYE are CLOSED


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Australia Day – BBQ by the Bridge

Saturday 26 January 2019, 10am - 4pm, Bradfield Park, Milsons Point

 

BBQ by the Bridge will complement the Australia Day Council’s harbour program. This event celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity, building on the tradition of an Aussie backyard BBQ, to create a multicultural park food event featuring barbequed foods from a variety of international cuisines. Bradfield Park is the perfect viewing space for the harbour events. The event will include live music and children's activities. Crowds of up to 15,000 are expected to attend the event to celebrate.

A limited number of barbequed food stallholder positions will be available for this event. 2 coffee and 2 dessert stall positions are also available.

3x3m sized stalls and food trucks/trailers are permitted at this event.

Limited spaces available for food trucks/trailers.

 

Applications close: Applications for BBQ are CLOSED  

Stallholder fee: $385 inc GST (one-off payment)