Frequently Asked Questions


We welcome anyone selling vintage and antique goods, along with all artisans and craftspeople.

Please contact us using the form on this page and we will send out all of the necessary details.

Welcome aboard. Please check for updates from us via email. Promote yourself and us on social media, and send us great photos so that we can promote you.

Our preference is for each vendor to have their own space and their own public liability insurance. However, we do understand that special circumstances may necessitate vendors sharing a stall, and we ask that you contact us to discuss this.

9:30am to 5pm on the Friday before the market weekend is dedicated to stall set up and preparation (the pavilions will not be open before 9:30am). Please be mindful that it is a busy day and that there are often new vendors who are joining us for the first time.

Stallholders may enter the pavilion from 8am on the Saturday and Sunday and must be set up and ready for the buying public by 9.15am.

Patrons are strictly prohibited from entering on the Friday or before 9:30am on Saturday and Sunday.

Two exhibitor passes for both days are included in the application. If you have extra staff they will need to purchase a ticket to enter the building. The passes will be required to gain access to the venue each day. A pass out stamp will apply if you need to go out of the building. Exhibitors must make their own arrangements to allocate passes to workers as these cannot be left at the exit door.

Your stall booking is for the full two days, and all vendors are asked to stay until 4:30pm each day. Leaving early is not only disruptive, but also unfair on patrons who arrive later in the day, and a possible safety risk to everyone at the venue.

We require you to have public liability insurance with a minimum level of cover of $20 million and to provide us with your policy details or a certificate of currency. Alternatively, you may be included on our policy for a small fee.

No – parking is included in your registration fee.

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Entry is $10 per person, with free entry for children under 14 years of age.

The Royal Agricultural Society WA (RASWA) manages the car parking at the Claremont Showground. Entry is through Gate 1 off Graylands Road and Gate 8 off Ashton Avenue, and they charge $10 per vehicle (cash and EFTPOS).

Alternatively, there is parking available at the Claremont Aquatic Centre (Davies Road), Claremont Golf Course Carpark (entry via Lapsley Road), Claremont Oval (entry via Shenton Road), and Rowe Park (corner Langsford & Gugeri Street).

Trains stop inside the Showgrounds and a free shuttle bus will be available to ferry people from there to the pavilion. Please check the Transperth website prior to attending the market for more information on train availability.

Dedicated ACROD parking is limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Upon approaching onsite parking marshals, please ensure your ACROD pass is clearly displayed so staff can direct you appropriately.

As we are an undercover market (and one of the biggest) we can proceed come rain or shine.

We are unable to store purchased items. We suggest you negotiate with each vendor to hold your items until you are able to collect them.

Yes, gate attendants will be able to assist with the process that will allow for you to re-enter the Show on the same day. Please remember to hold on to your tickets.

There will be a cafeteria, coffee van, and food trucks present selling a range of foods, all organised and managed by The Royal Agricultural Society WA.

It is a smoke free event and smoking is not allowed in the Showgrounds or immediately outside the gates. Only registered service dogs are allowed within the Showgrounds.

Always check with the other patrons and stallholders before taking photographs.