Operating a temporary food stall or food van at a single event like a show, fundraising or community event or at the local Kalamunda Village and Farmers markets require approval by the City’s Health Service.
1Vendors Food Stall Permit Application
Market Stall Application
Event Organiser’s – Food Stalls Application
1 Vendors Food Stall Permits do not have an application fee and are valid until the end of the current financial year.
Please submit applications at least seven (7) working days prior to the event. Applications received within seven (7) working days will incur an additional expedited fee of $35.
If your stall is located on a property which is privately owned you need approval from the land owner. Market stall holders need to contact the market co-ordinators for more information on operating a stall.
Kalamunda Farmers Market: Kalamunda Chamber of CommerceName: Andrea WhitePhone: 0437 632 126Email: email@example.comWebsite:
http://www.kalamundafarmersmarket.comLocation: Central Mall, KalamundaWhen: Every Sunday 8am - 12pm
Kalamunda Night Market: Kalamunda Chamber of CommerceName: Andrea WhitePhone: 0437 632 126Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite:
http://www.kalamundanightmarket.com.au/Location: Central Mall, KalamundaWhen: 6pm-9pm (check their website for latest upcoming market dates)
Kalamunda Artisan Markets: Rotary Club of KalamundaName: Sheryl Jury Phone: 0419 621 988Web: www.kalamundaartisanmarket.com.auFacebook:
@KalamundaArtisanMarketsWhen: First Saturday of month 9am-3pm
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a food stall which meets the minimum food safety standards.
The following fees will apply for Event Food Stalls applications (2021-2022).
Credit card and Pay Pass payments incur a surcharge of 0.46%. Amex is NOT accepted.
NOTE: The above fees, excluding the expedited service fee, may not apply for applications received for community or fundraising purposes.
Please phone (08) 9257 9813 or email healthCSO@kalamunda.wa.gov.au if you have any issues.
Food & Safety
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.