If you are planning to hold a Street Stall on Shire owned or managed land, you will need to apply for a permit.
Street Stall Permits are issued to charitable organisations, local non-profit groups and other organisations whose activities will benefit local community.
Charitable organisations are those who use the proceeds from their fundraising activities to relieve poverty, suffering or social distress. Non-profit groups generally provide a service to the community and aim to enhance the wellbeing of residents.
First consideration for permits will always be given to local groups and charities.
Street Stalls - What do I need to know?
To hold a street stall such as raffle tickets sales, cake sales or to hold a sausage sizzle on Shire owned or managed land you will need to complete the Street Stall Application for Shire Approval. Please read the Street Stall Guidelines prior to submitting your application.
Download: Street Stall Guidelines (PDF, 99KB)
Street Stalls - Application Form
Applications for street stalls must be received no less than ten (10) working days before the proposed street stall date. Applications made after this will not be processed.
Please Note: Additional conditions may apply in relation to COVID-19. The Shire asks that permit holders familiarise themselves with the restrictions in place, ensuring plans remain in compliance at the time of the street stall.
Street Stalls - Supporting Information
The following documentation is required in support of your Street Stall Application;
1. Public Liability Insurance - The Applicant is required to effect and maintain public liability insurance to the value of $10 million dollars in respect to any one activity or occurrence and must list ‘Mornington Peninsula Shire Council’ as an interested party.
2. Written consent from the three business owners adjacent to your proposed site/s
Important Note: In accordance with State Government directions and DHHS guidance, you are required to have a COVID Safe Plan for your activity. Please ensure your plan adheres to all current restrictions and public health advice. The State Government has advised it will undertake random spot checks to ensure compliance.
Door knocks on private property are regulated by the Fundraising Act 1998, which sets out the legal requirements for fundraising, e.g. registration and the need for collectors to wear appropriate identification at all times.
A highway collection permit is required for anyone wishing to collect money on Victorian roads. These permits are issued by the Victorian Police, not the Shire.
Event Permits Team
Phone: 1300 850 600