We’ll have a variety of stallholders, bric-a-brac, food, bouncy castle, petting zoo, music, face painting and other activities throughout the day. It’s going to be great! This is our fourth bazaar happening on the success of the previous three- fostering good community and creativity around north-west of Adelaide.

The Bazaar will be hosted by Challa Gardens Primary School, Humphries Terrace, Kilkenny in partnership with St Barnabas Church (Croydon). Head along from 10:30am until 4:00pm for a fun family day.

Bring cash with you on the day to buy food, drinks and products from the stalls.

Barneys’ Bazaar is primarily to strengthen community and develop trust in neighbourhoods around the north-west of Adelaide. Therefore, the stallholders/food truck owners and musicians we are looking for are those that engage proactively with people and thrive on personal interactions.

Furthermore, the stallholders we look for are ones that sell ethical and environmental products that have been made by the stallholder/local makers; products that come from ethical sources where people are paid an appropriate wage and second hand products. Food stalls must comply to all statutory food handling requirements.
The musicians we look for are those that express themselves in a considerate and respectful way. Bands or solo performers are eligible.


Stall Applications

If you’re interested in applying for a stall position, please email bazaar@sbac.org.au or call Henry on 0439 085 408 to begin a conversation and find out more.

If you want to be a musician on the day then please contact Henry.

or apply through filling out the forms below and sending the application to the above email address.

Stallholder/Food Truck application

Musician application