Useful Information for Stallholders & The Community

It’s never been a better time to trade at the Courthouse Markets. Receive $10 off all stallholder fees every Saturday at the Courthouse Markets until Easter. Sites are available for as little as $10 a day! Register your stall on the day or complete a stallholder application below. Please review our Bylaws for registration fees and all other information relating to stallholder attendance.

Please refer to these documents and forms for more information relating to the Broome Courthouse Markets including community donation applications.

Information for stallholders interested in trading as a casual is available here also. Please take a look if you are interested in setting up a stall for a short time or for a long term project; the most important point to note is that casual stall sites cannot be booked in advance, nor can a casual site be guaranteed.

People interested in becoming permanent stallholders and members should read the Rules and Regulations document for information on how this works.


How do I get a stall at the Broome Markets?

Casual stallholders are welcome at all Broome Markets. Stallholder sites are subject to availability and priority is given to Broome locals who make their own products. Sites cannot be reserved prior to market day. Please read BCSA Rules and Regulations for closed category. All casual stallholders need to attend at the steps to the Courthouse Markets at before 7am on market day and complete a casual stallholder registration form, available on our website or from the coordinator. At 7:30am the market coordinator will allocate you a site. Stallholder registration fees are paid to the market coordinator.

Do I need shade?

If you are able to bring your own umbrella or gazebo a greater selection of sites will be available to you. An umbrella or gazebo is not compulsory and the market coordinator will endeavour to allocate you a suitable site. You must bring all your own equipment such as table and chairs. Stall size must not exceed 3m x 3m. There is no power available and no generators permitted in the Courthouse grounds.

How do I become a member of Broome Community Stallholders Association?

Membership to Broome Community Stallholders Association is available to casual stallholders upon completion of nine out of 12 months trade at the Broome Markets. Membership is made via application to BCSA Committee and forms are available on our website. Please see BCSA Rules and Regulations for all information regarding membership.

How do I get a stall at the Night Markets?

Casual stallholders are welcome at all Night Markets and need to attend at the Town Beach Reserve at 4pm for site allocation. All casual stallholders are required to complete an application form available from our website or from the coordinator on the night. Please see Rules and Regulations and Information Night Markets for more information including registration fees and stall sizes. Stallholders are advised to bring their own lights and powered sites are available.