Traders information

** applications for 2024 are now closed **

About the Fair

The Mount Gambier Fantasy Medieval Fair is a two-day event hosting a range of activities related to the medieval era, running from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm daily, to be held at the Mount Gambier Showgrounds, Pick Avenue.
The Fair is organized by Limestone Coast Festivals & Events Incorporated Association, hereby referred to as LCF&E.
We are seeking stallholders with products that are consistent with the theme, and have an expectation that you enter into the spirit of the “Fantasy Medieval Fair” by enhancing your stall with decorations such
as pennants, bunting, & medieval style signs, and to dress in costume. You are also encouraged to display
information about the historical significance of your produce, crafts and skills.

To learn more on how to decorate your stall and yourselves, please view our handy tips:


LCF&E will be operating under whatever guidelines are imposed by SA Health at the time. This may include a COVID management plan, and you’ll be advised of your obligations accordingly to ensure we deliver a responsible and safe event.

About the process

Please read through the terms & conditions thoroughly before completing the online form.
Spaces are limited. Indoor spaces even more so. Submission of an application DOES NOT guarantee a stall
at the event. This is an ‘Expression of Interest’, and stall applications will be determined by event organisers and you will be notified as to approval or decline. The more details you submit and the more in line with the medieval or fantasy theme, then the better chance of success. All applications are for both days of the festival. You are expected to commit to both the Saturday and Sunday event.

Exclusivity of product is not guaranteed, however LCF&E will try to limit excessive duplication.

Setup & Packdown

Stalls are required to operate for both days of the festival. If your application is successful you will be supplied with a site map detailing your position. Once onsite you agree to take direction of the event organisers and their volunteers.