Next Meeting

19 February 2018

Orange Ex-Services

Our next market is our market during the Banjo Paterson Festival, on 25 February at Emmaville Cottage.

The list of stallholders who are booked in can be viewed by clicking on the Banjo 2018 tab at the left hand side of this page. 

Upcoming Market Days

·      Our first market for 2018 will be on 25 February at Emmaville Cottage as part of the Banjo Paterson Festival.

·      The next autumn market will be on 6 May 2018.  

·     A market will also be held during the 2018 Wine Festival in October, on a date to be decided.   

We maintain a database of stallholders who have indicated an interest in these markets.  They are contacted when bookings open for a market. To be added to this database click on the following link: Market Application Form

Information about the next market can be found on our Facebook page

Prospective stallholders can contact the Market Manager at or by SMS to 0490 263 015

The general information sheet for these markets is: Stallholder Information Sheet

The fee per site at our markets is currently $40 plus $6 for public liability insurance through One Underwriting for stallholders without their own insurance. Stallholders must also provide copies of any relevant permits, for example Orange City Council's "Catering and Sale of Food Temporary Holder Permit".  

The aim of these markets is to develop a friendly and social environment where consumers and stallholders are brought together to buy and sell goods and to generate funds for the Rotary Club of Orange Inc. to distribute to worthy causes.  Recent donations are listed in the Donations section of this website.

These markets provide:

     an opportunity for producers, artists and craftspeople of the region to sell their products, resulting in growth, development and promotion of the regional economy;

     growers and manufacturers with the opportunity to network and develop their skills and, through direct contact with their customers, gain greater knowledge of customer requirements;

     an atmosphere that builds on our sense of community;

     an opportunity for the consumer to purchase directly from the producer or manufacturer; and

     a place where people can shop in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

The Market Committee will work to ensure that a broad range of items is available. Products eligible for sale at the markets include: primary produce, plants, food and beverages, arts and crafts, clothing, jewellery, homewares, books and quality second-hand goods.