Tulip Time (TT) Terms and Conditions
1. TT reserves the right to allocate or change site positions. Where possible, requested site locations will be considered; but not guaranteed.
2. TT reserves the right to reject or remove inappropriate signage and request the removal of products being sold not listed in the ‘Description of Goods’ section of the application.
3. Stall holders are required to trade during the opening hours of the festival daily as follows: Sundays to Fridays: 9am-4pm; Saturdays 9am-5pm.
4. No vehicles are permitted to enter Corbett Gardens without prior permission from TT.
5. No goods or equipment are to be placed more than 1m in front of designated stall space.
6. TT is not responsible for stolen from or left behind in the grounds.
Cancellations and Refunds
7. TT reserves the right to refuse or cancel any booking with no refund for failure to comply with the noted Terms and Conditions.
8. Should you no longer be able to attend the event, you must notify TT as soon as possible. In the instance that the site is able to be rebooked; a refund of monies paid excluding the deposit will be refunded.
9. Evidence of $20million current public liability insurance is required prior to trading in Corbett Gardens.
10. TT and Wingecarribee Shire Council are to be indemnified against liabilities, damages and claims. Stallholders are entirely responsible for ensuring that all WH&S obligations under the statute and general law are met.
11. Once the stallholder application is signed and dated and agreement to the Tulip Time Terms and Conditions acknowledge, it becomes a legally binding document.
Health & Safety Conditions
12. No items likely to be a risk to the public are to be placed outside the stall or site area Eg A-frames
13. All electrical appliances, extension cords, adaptors brought to TT must be tagged by a qualified electrician.
14. Stallholders are required to abide by Wingecarribee Shire Council Sustainable Events Management Policy and TT’s environmental and waste removal requirements. A fee will apply for non-compliance.
15. Stallholders must use the stallholder designated bins for the disposal of stallholder waste and packaging.
16. Alternatives to single-use plastic carrier bags are to be provided to customers.
Temporary Food Premises
19. Under the NSW Food Act 2003, all temporary food handling businesses in NSW are required to provide their details to the NSW Food Authority.
20. No alcoholic beverages are to be sold at TT.
21. Stallholders are required to provide recyclable disposable eating utensils for use by customers.
22. Adherence to Council’s Temporary Food Premises which defines minimum acceptable standards for the construction and hygienic operation of food premises is required.