Regulations of the Kirribilli Markets
These Regulations apply to all Stallholders. Strict compliance with them is a term and condition of the contract for the hire of a stall site.
Stallholders must appreciate that the Kirribilli Markets are also a community activity and not a purely commercial activity. It is essential, therefore, that all Stallholders cooperate and play their part in ensuring that the Kirribilli Markets are profitable, enjoyable and safe for everyone. This includes complying with the streamlined commercial and administrative terms (especially regarding bookings and payment), the insurance terms and the risk management and accident prevention terms. This particularly includes treating the staff of the Operator with courtesy and respect at all times and complying with all directions and dispute resolution determinations.
Enquiries about these Regulations should be made to the General Markets & Events Manager or, if they are not available, to the Market Coordinator. The Operator is always interested in ways to improve the Kirribilli Markets and written comments on these Regulations are welcome.
These Regulations will be reviewed regularly, and probably annually, in September or October.
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Please Note: Any stalls using a naked flame must have their own fire extinguisher.