This structure ensures that vendors have ample time both before and after the official event times to set up and dismantle their stalls. The general public, on the other hand, has a specific window during which they can enjoy the event. Please ensure that you have a high-vis safety vest on during set up and pack up of the event.
Sites have been designed with specific utilities in mind. Those that require power have been strategically positioned close to areas with electrical access, ensuring that vendors or attendees needing to use electronic equipment can do so with ease. While water is available, its access is limited to particular sites, making it important for visitors to plan ahead if they have water-related requirements. On the technology front, there's a notable absence of Wi-Fi. This means that anyone requiring internet access should be prepared to use their own device's cellular network, hotspotting as necessary. This could be particularly essential for vendors processing electronic transactions or attendees wishing to stay connected during their visit.
While bringing a marquee is encouraged for those who have one, it's by no means mandatory for participation. However, it's worth noting that Melbourne's weather is famously unpredictable. One can experience a sudden shift from clear skies to a downpour in a matter of minutes. Attendees should be aware that there won't be any direct provisions made for protection against the sun's rays or a light drizzle, so having a marquee might be a prudent decision to ensure comfort throughout the event.
The 17th of November, is the date we have available for everyone to come and inspect the grounds. Please arrange with Tristan prior to this date if you wish to do so.
Below is the official sitemap for the event. You'll see numbers on these stalls, these relate to the numbers provided to you.
To get the word out there, amongst the community, we encourage people to post to their own social media. Using the below, you can use this as a framework to post on your wall: https://docs.google.com/docume...
Here is the image that you can use for the event as well.
Examples of how we used it internally as below: