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Frequently Asked Questions

How large is a site?stall-202-275w

A site is a car space, approximately 2.5m by 5m, with a 2.5m frontage.

What equipment is provided?

No equipment is provided - stallholders must provide their own tables and equipment. Sites are unpowered - stallholders requiring power must provide their own and it must meet the approval of the Gordon Markets Management Committee.

How much does a site cost?

1 Site $40.00
2 Adjacent Sites $80.00
3 Adjacent Sites $120.00

If you do not hold Public Liability Insurance (PLI), an additional fee of $10 is charged and the committee will procure PLI cover for your stall (for the current market only). 

How do I book?

Bookings and payment must be made online in advance of the market at  Trybooking

What are you doing about Covid-19?

The Gordon Markets Management Committee has a Covid-19 Safety Plan. This is available for viewing here. The Safety Plan has been lodged with Ku-ring-gai Municipal Council.

When should I arrive?

Stallholders should arrive on or before 7.00 am (depending on how long it takes to set up your stall). All vehicles must be clear of the car-park before 8.00 am. On arrival, stallholders will be directed to a numbered car space (site) by the Market Supervisor. All sites are numbered and allocated.

All stallholders' vehicles must be removed from the market area by 8.00 am. Only authorised vehicles are permitted to remain - and any space occupied by such a vehicle must be paid for. As the market is open to 2.00 pm and customer safety is our prime concern, no vehicles are permitted to re-enter the market area until after 2.00 pm. As Wade Lane is a public thoroughfare, stallholders must ensure that this is kept clear for through traffic at all times. Council Officers attend the markets and will issue infringement notices.

How do I know where my site is?

All sites are allocated numbered car spaces. Unless you are a regular stallholder, you will be advised of your numbered car space by the Market Supervisor when you arrive at the Gordon Markets.

Do I need Public Liability Insurance?

  • YES
  • Each stallholder must carry current Public Liability Insurance with a minimum cover of $10 million.
  • The Markets Committee has arranged through a 3rd party Insurance Company cover for all non-insured stallholders. This cover is $10 per market and is compulsory if you have not provided the Committee with a copy of your PLI Certificate of Currency. This policy ONLY covers Gordon Markets on the day of the stall.

Food Stalls

Under the Market's Covid-19 Safety Plan, the sale or preparation of fresh food and drinks is not allowed. Only non-perishable food (for example, jam, bottled food, packaged nuts) are allowed.

How are The Gordon Markets promoted?

For each market, signs are placed some days in advance around the market site. On the morning of the market, signs are posted on the major arterial routes around Gordon (Pacific Highway, Ryde Road, Mona Vale Road, etc). In addition, the markets are advertised in local newspapers, leaflet drops, etc.

Who operates Gordon Markets?

The Gordon Markets are operated by the Rotary Clubs of Turramurra and Ku-ring-gai, by permission of the Ku-ring-gai Council. The Market Supervisor and other staff in attendance are all volunteers.

Who is the Gordon Markets Management Committee?

The Gordon Markets Management Committee is a committee of Rotarians from the Rotary Clubs of Turramurra and Ku-ring-gai. The Gordon Markets Management Committee is responsible for the conduct of the markets.

Where do the site fees go?

The Gordon Markets Management Committee uses the site fees to pay rent to Ku-ring-gai Council, promotion costs, and other market expenses. Any surplus after payment of these expenses is donated by the Rotary Clubs of Turramurra and Ku-ring-gai to charitable causes.

Where can I learn more about Rotary?

Please visit our websites at:

Administrator Login

Staff Login

for Rotary committee members