Become a Stallholder
Be a critical link in the local food economy
Harvest stallholders are a key link in the local food supply chain. They keep millions of dollars in the local economy and provide individuals and families with healthy, fresh, sustainable food year-round. Their contribution to the fabric of the community cannot be understated.
Harvest Launceston Community Farmers Market is a not-for-profit, membership-based organisation. As such, our list of stallholders is curated to ensure the fair representation of members at the market. We are adherent to the Australian Farmers Market Association (AFMA) guidelines.
As a prospective stallholder you must be directly involved in growing and producing your goods, bringing them to market and operating your stall. You must operate under independent ABN and comply with relevant state and local legislation.
We would love to hear from you. Harvest prides itself on working with people to turn their passions and ideas into reality. It is a journey. One we would be delighted to help guide you through.
Harvest Market is always on the lookout for innovative new stallholders. We would particularly love to hear from you if you grow, raise or make any of the following:
- Walnuts or Chestnuts
- Fresh poultry and game
- Specialty vegetables
- Stone fruit (particularly peaches and nectarines)
- Jams and Preserves
- Specialty Potatoes
An array of farmers and producers are regularly represented at Harvest Launceston. These always include:
- Farmers growing meat, seafood, dairy products, eggs
- Gardeners growing vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers and food-producing plants
- Providores making cheeses, honey, jams, preserves, oils, salts, seeds and nuts
- Bakers making breads, cakes, biscuits and pastries
- Food innovators who have a great new food idea that champions local produce to trial at the market
If you have a passion for anything food, an idea fermenting away or a product ready to bring to market, we want to hear from you. Fill out the form below and begin the journey to Harvest.