On the first Saturday of the month, local farmers and artisans bring their fresh, seasonal produce and handicrafts to the Dungog market.



NO market in January.

8.30am to 12.30pm
1st Saturday of the month
60 Dowling Street, Dungog


Stalls include;

  • artisan arts and crafts
  • preserved foods; jams, sauces, chutneys, chillies, herbs, vinegar's, relishes
  • artisan soaps
  • cakes, slices and biscuits
  • sourdough breads
  • hand made candles
  • handmade children's clothing and accessories
  • hand crafted jewellery 
  • wood fired pizza
  • handmade quality children's clothing
  • plants, vegetable seedlings
  • St Andrew's kitchen; bacon & egg rolls, coffee, scones, smoothies, brunch & lunch
  • fruit and vegetables
  • compost worms
  • old treasures
  • organic farm fresh eggs
  • seasonal farmer produce

The market is growing and evolving with new artisans and farmers joining the market each month.

People are increasingly keen to know the provenance of what they are eating, wearing or using and on market day you can talk to the farmer or artisan directly about the produce and farming methods.
Come for breakfast, come for a browse, come for artisan crafts and farmer produce.


About beautiful Dungog

Dungog is an agricultural town in the Williams River Valley, a bit over an hour north west of Newcastle and around 2 1/2 hours north west of Sydney. 

The Dungog Shire covers an area of 2,248 sq km and in keeping with our varied region, our market stallholders offer varied, fresh local produce, artisan crafts and delicious food.


New Applications

Thinking of applying to become a stallholder at The Dungog Market? We would love to hear from talented artists, designers, creators, food producers and food vendors and farmers.

The first step is filling in the online application. Please make sure to fill in all fields and provide a detailed description of your products or business. This allows us to gain a good understanding of what you create and the visual style of your stall.


Your Name *
Your Name
Address *
Type of Goods *
Please check all that apply
Do you have Public Liability Insurance? *
Please check
Do you require power? (inside only)

Started in 1995 under The Community Centre, Dungog Markets have found a new home in the Church grounds.


Located in the middle of dairy and timber country, our country town market is an important shopping venue for locals and tourists.


The grounds will be open for Stallholders to begin setting up from 7.30am for an 8:30am start.



  • Outside stall; 3m x 3m stall is $11
  • Outside stall; 3m x 6m is $22
  • Inside stall; includes 1 table and 2 chairs is $16

Please respect established stallholders positions.

If you are interested in holding a stall, please read the Market Charter and complete the Stallholders Application.

If you would like more information, please contact Chris Adams on 4992 3433.

Dungog Market Charter

Dungog Stallholder Application

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  1. A donation is to be made by Stallholders to St Andrew's Presbyterian Church.  Fees are as follows; Outside stall - 3m x 3m is $11, Outside stall - 3m x 6m is $22, Inside stall - includes 1 table and 2 chairs is $16.
  2. After your Stallholder Application has been accepted, bookings for sites may be made by phoning Chris Adams on 4992 3433. 
  3. Stallholders can set up from 7:30am. Bookings will be held until 8:15am and after that time they may be reallocated if needed. 
  4. Late Stallholders are not permitted entry to set up after 8:15am.
  5. In the event of extremely inclement weather, please call the night before to find out if markets are on or off the next day.
  6. Stallholders must follow directions of the Market Manager and Parking Attendants for access and parking.
  7. Disputes by Stallholders regarding site location or space allocation must be addressed to the Market Manager and his decision is final.
  8. Sale by Stallholders of items with an explosive, projectile or otherwise dangerous nature is not permitted.
  9. Sale by Stallholders of stolen, counterfeit or fake goods is illegal and is not permitted.
  10. Stallholders must take precautions to minimise the risk to the public within their site. This should include safety of displays and safety in the event of strong winds.
  11. If you and your staff are selling food, you must meet the food safety regulations in 'Guidelines for food businesses at temporary events' NSW/FA/FI146/1302. Details can be found here.
  12. The holding of raffles or lotteries by Stallholders is not permitted. Community Groups and Charities may be permitted to hold raffles at the Markets for fund raising purposes in accordance with applicable regulations (See http://www.fundraisingresources.com.au/?p=5).
  13. Stallholders are requested to not bring pet animals of any kind to the Markets for their safety and for safety of the public.
  14. Stallholders are requested not to leave the Markets before 1pm for safety of the public and to minimise disruption to other Stallholders, unless under exceptional circumstances.
  15. Please, no smoking.
  16. At the close of the markets, stallholders must clear the area occupied by their stall and remove all their rubbish from the property.