Apollo Bay Market Every Saturday Morning Showcasing art, craft and produce of the Otways

SUNDAY MARKETS
 
April 16th 2006 - Easter
June 11th 2006 - Queens Birthday

Apollo Bay Market  is on most Saturdays through out the year and provides and excellent opportunity for a pleasant morning with quality handmade wares, conversation, coffee from nearby cafes and the beach all on offer.

Apollo Bay Market stall holders are from the local area, making or growing what they sell. It is very much a community market being held every Saturday morning throughout the year. The market is located on the foreshore in the centre of town. On the site there are interesting sculptures and original seating created by market stallholders.

The Apollo Bay market began in 1978 as a meeting place, an outlet for fresh produce to encourage the development of local crafts. It is unique and has maintained its integrity and high quality ever since.

How to get to the
Apollo Bay Market

From To Km's:
Geelong Apollo Bay 130
Via Princess Hwy / Cape Otway Rd
 

Located on the Apollo Bay foreshore, on the Great Ocean Road, between the Apollo Bay Surf Life Saving Club and the Tourist Information Centre

 
The Apollo Bay Community Market Inc.
P.O Box 139
Apollo Bay 3233

 

 

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Stall
Holders

Julie Farquhar
- Apples
John Smith
- ceramics
Howlin' Wind
- Musician
 
Bryan O'Neill
- Massage & reflexology
 
Marianne Rieve
- Massage & reflexology
Jeanine McKenzie
- Massage & sports therapy
Pat Shannon
- Paintings & prints
 
Mark Shannon
- Painting, prints & etchings
James Butt
- Paintings, prints & sculpture
Carole & Rob Kanngieser
- Inspirational rock art
 
Dominic & Inge O'Leary
- Glass art & ceramics
 
Cheri Elder
- Handbuilt ceramics
Derryl & Jean Towers
- Potatoes & produce
 
Judi Forrester
- Plants and herbs
 
Don Stone
- Effective natural health care
John Butt
- Driftwood & recycled timber craft
 
Lynn Butt
- Photograhpy
 
Leslie Fisk
- Photographs & stationery
Margaret Glance
- Glass jewellery & platters
 
Les Ricketts
- Plants, trees, shrubs and ferns
 
Frank Buchanan
- Great Ocean Road Wines
Mary and Lew Ormrod
- Painted fabric souvenirs
 
Phil Lawson
- Pottery
 
Vega Wighton
- Natural handmade soaps

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Apollo Bay Community Market Inc. Regulations 2006
1. All goods must be home made or home produced by the stallholder. Packaging of goods does not qualify as home produced. Goods should be of the stallholders own design.
2. All food stalls must abide by Council Health Regulations, and have a Shire permit. A copy of the current Kitchen Registration to be provided.
3. Prospective stallholders must be a resident or ratepayer of the Coastal Riding of the Colac Otway Shire or the Forrest locality The market is to encourage local production and industry.
4. The market operates on Saturday mornings and closes by 4.30pm. The market is held on the Foreshore between the Information Centre and the Surf Life Saving Club.
5. Plastic bags are discouraged, and only recycled plastic bags may be used.
6. Cars must not be parked on the market site.
7. Space used by a stallholder is limited to what the Market Committee considers to be reasonable. Only one site per stallholder. The maximum length of a stall site is 5 metres, and 3 metres depth. A stall on the Ocean Road side of the market only can intrude up to 30 cms onto the path. Preference is to set stalls back from the path.
8. The stallholder daily fee is $10- [$5- May to October].
Fees are collected on the day.
9. Stalls must not interfere with public access to permanent tables and seats
[ min. clearance is l.5 metres], and stallholders must be responsible for safety and tidiness around their stall.
10. Many sites are reserved for established stallholders [especially around the perimeter] and are allocated by agreement with the committee in early December. These sites are not held after 9am.
Unreserved sites are allocated by a committee person on a first come first served basis.
11. Stallholders are advised to comply with Council parking restrictions. To maximize space for the public, use off street parking where possible and the foreshore overflow carpark which has no
time limit.
12. No sites are available for hot food stalls and tents are not permitted on the middle ground of the market place.
12.5. For safety and public access, stallholders abutting the G.O.R. are to park their own car directly behind the middle of their stall and leave a min. 1.1 metre gap between stalls. *The Market Inc. does not carry product liability insurance for stallholders. Stallholders are responsible for their own products.
Prospective stallholders must apply on the application form and provide evidence of residency status {regulation 3}, eg. A copy of a rates notice,electricity account, drivers licence etc.
Any stallholder who does not comply with the market regulations will be refused a site at the market.

Apollo Bay Market Place

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