We email bump in information to all stallholders within 24 hours before the event which shows what times and where you can drive on, unload, drive off, park your car, return and set up. This page will be updated with the below information – please return for updates:

– Stallholder map
– List of stallholders
– Bump in times

Bump in information will also be posted in these locations at the same time:

Facebook event

Art Bazaar Facebook page

Hunter Arts Network Facebook page

Hunter Arts Network Facebook group



– All stallholders must have their Covid Safe Plan on display at Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar at Lambton Park on Sunday 28 November 2021
– Walk-in stalls are NOT being permitted
– We have five A1 corflute signs which we will be displaying with directional arrows indicating where the entrances are for compulsory check in – we will be approaching five stallholders in required locations on the day with a request to hang these on the back of their stall 

Please note that current health orders are mandated which means fines will be issued to stallholders and the markets if we do not abide by them. The current mandate states that all stallholders must be double vaccinated to attend and our understanding is that anyone visiting the event must also be double vaccinated. All stallholders, committee members, customers and any person who is eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations who will be attending the event must be fully vaccinated to attend Art Bazaar on Sunday 28 November unless exempt under the public health orders.

We will be employing marshalls to check Covid-19 certificates and everyone who has been checked will then be easily identified (this method will be revealed upon arrival). Marshalls and committee members will also be easily visible in our new hi-vis vests. Please refer to below NSW Health orders from the NSW Health website:

These premises must be closed to unvaccinated adults:

– higher risk premises
– business premises that are hairdressers, spas, nail salons, beauty salons, waxing salons, tanning salons, tattoo parlours or massage parlours
– recreation facilities (indoors)
– public swimming pools
– information and education facilities
– retail premises, but not critical retail premises
– business premises that are auction houses (excluding agricultural auctions)
– business premises that are betting agencies
– gaming lounges
– markets that do not predominantly sell food
– properties operated by the National Trust or the Historic Houses Trust.

For more information visit https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/public-health-orders.aspx

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In the interests of keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible, acceptance of your stall application is conditional upon your compliance with the following guidelines:
If you are feeling unwell or experience flu-like symptoms, please stay at home.
If you have visited a recently compromised venue or a ‘hot spot’ within the last 14 days, please stay at home.
Please observe 1.5m distance from other stall holders or visitors at all times.
As long as people observe the 1.5m rule wherever possible, walk in stalls are not permitted
Please consider wearing a mask.
Please provide hand sanitizer at your stall.
Please clean touch points on your display area frequently.
Please have in place your own COVID Safe Policy regarding the handling of your items, clearly displayed on your stall. For example, you might implement a no touching policy, or insist that customers sanitise their hands before and after handling your art.
Please provide electronic payment options for contactless payment.

Some of the Hunter Arts Network members who will be setting up stalls at Art Bazaar on Sunday 28 November include:

Janet Graham Pottery
Allys glass chimes
Zoë Colour
Natalie Kube fine jewellery
Art for the Soul
Fig Design
Fine Lines by Laura
Karen Scott Murals
Bruce Roxburgh, abstract works on paper- detailed textured drawings
Tinkat Alley Art Studio
Dianna Kellerman Arts
Gwynneth JonesIllustration
Fancy Nancy Ceramics
Chris’s Creations
Cherry On Top Designs
Sam Blanks Illustration
Hairy Phish
kimsol digitalart
Margo Humphries Art
Sharon Williams and Kellie Hornby-Howell
Kimberly Swan Artist
Catherine White
Mi -Chell’s
Warped n Twisted Creations
Henrietta Mooney & Victoria Dixon – Natural History Illustrators, and the Hunter Region Field Naturalists & Nature Journaling Club
Anna Baba
Leadlight By Linda
CURREN, Suzanne
ATKINSON, Justine & Nola
GRIEVES, Max & Bronwyn
Lambo Art
Lindsey’s Art Of Nature
Handmade by Stellina – Lia Bundy
Bubblegum Days – Kathy Langlade
Judith Franklin
Creatively Felt
Newcastle Studio Potters Inc.
Oceanlights Glass Art
Claire locker Ceramics
Emily Wise

Food stalls:
Crescent Star Food
The Coffee Well
El Poco Loco Mexican food truck
Newcastle Spiral Spuds
Bonjani Woodfired Pizza Parties
Food by Zed

Here are some other tips to assist with stall preparation (please note, we don’t stipulate the colour of canopies):
After you have driven on to the park and located your stall, unload your vehicle and then move your vehicle to the on street parking and then come back and start setting up your stall.
Provide your own 3 x 3 metre market tent
Provide your own table
Provide hand sanitizer and wipes
Display your Covid Safe Policy
Charge your Square reader
Bring an extra battery source for your phone
Fill your water weights
Take pictures on your phone of your market set up so you can refer back to pictures of the previous market and also for sharing on socials including ours, and tag #hanartbazaar
Clothing to cover all hot/cold options & sun protection
Tablecloths to cover the tables
Paper carry bags and paper bags (customise these with business cards) for sales
Normally we recommend bringing a float however due to Covid cashless is now preferred
Business cards, flyers, signage
Tissue paper/bubble wrap depending on what you are selling
Display stands/items for your work….you can be creative with this ie old suitcases/timber children’s chairs/jewellery trees that seem to pop up everywhere in home stores etc
Small kit of stationery items ie scissors/safety pins/black marker texta/sticky tape
Pack the car the night before
Leave your day to day handbag at home and only take what is essential for security reasons/bring a small crossover bag for your change/ or bumbag
If you are by yourself tell ALL your friends to drop in and say hello so you at least get a toilet break!
Introduce yourself to your neighbouring stalls
Chains or mesh to hang from the market tent to hang wall art
Collect customer details
Plenty of drinking water
If you make clothes of jewellery, wear it on the day
Be doing something with your hands, sewing or painting or other making as people like seeing creative people being creative, it not only creates a topic of conversation but you are not sitting there starring at the customer, freaking them out