Rutherglen Country Fair Stallholders
7th June 2020

Please read the following conditions that all stallholders must comply with before completing and returning the application form.

  1. Stalls must be set up AFTER 7AM and REMOVED FOR TRAFFIC BY 4:30 PM.
  2. Stalls will be allocated after the closing date.
  3. Stallholders are required to remain within the area allocated and keep their goods within that space. Footpaths must be kept clear for pedestrian traffic.
  4. Stallholders are requested to determine the amount of space required (each site = 3m X 3m) and to pay for it on booking. Space will be allocated on the basis of a fee of $100.00 per site (maximum of 3 sites) per application.
  5. Please bring your site notification letter as proof of site number/s on the day. 
  6. Stallholders WILL NOT be permitted to sell hot food, beverages or offensive products (smell etc). 
  7. No power is available and no generators are permitted.
  8. No public address systems are permitted.
  9. The organisers retain the right to return any application fee or reject any application and no correspondence will be entered into.
  10.  Stallholders must provide proof of their Public Liability Insurance covering the 7th of June 2020 upon request.
  11. Closing date for all applications is COB Sunday 10th May 2020 or before if necessary.
  12. Stallholders are required to leave their site(s) clean, tidy and FREE OF PACKAGING. If this is not complied with any application for a site next year may be refused.
  13.  If you change any of your address please notify the market secretary immediately.
  14.  The Rotary Club makes no provision for, nor takes any responsibility for inclement weather.
  15. Sites are not transferable.
  16. ALL FOOD SELLERS must hold a current registration on the online STREATRADER system: AND ALL FOOD SELLERS must submit their STREATRADER SOT (Statement of Trade) at least 5 days prior to the event.


Good Friday Royal Childrens Hospital Appeal

Good Friday Appeal

Each year the Rotary Club of Rutherglen co-ordinate and process donations collected for the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal for the Rutherglen and surrounding community.

This effort is made easy with the assistance and support from the Rutherglen and district emergency services, Members of the Rutherglen, Carlyle, and Cornishtown CFA brigades together with the Rutherglen SES, Rutherglen Scouts, Rutherglen Guides, and the Rutherglen Junior footballers pounded the footpath asking residents for donations to this important appeal.


Our Projects

The Rotary Club of Rutherglen undertakes many local and international projects on a continuing and one off basis.

Annual Local projects include such things as:
Other Local projects that we get involved in include:
  • Maintain and clean up monuments within Rutherglen
  • Tree planting 
  • Assisting needy residents in Rutherglen
  • Assisting local community groups within Rutherglen and district
International Projects include:
  • Participated in the districts 'Build a Village'  in the Phillipines
  • The Fijian Rotahomes project where 7 members travelled Fiji and built a Rotahome,
  • Rotary Foundation fund raising - Polio plus
  • Aquabox water purification project
  • Supplying a Shelter box during times of disaster





Community Business Awards

The Rotary Club of Rutherglen annually presents two community awards to local residents. Community Service Award

The Community Service Award, which is awarded to a person who works in face to face contact with the community and with visitors to the town. Essentially this award goes to a staff member of a business that deals with the general public and gives them a really good feeling about Rutherglen.

The Pride of Workmanship Award is awarded to a person working more behind the scenes. It is someone who ensures their skills are honed up so they are able to undertake their job with a maximum of efficiency.

Pride of Workmanship

Tour de Rutherglen Logo


Tdr4The Tour de Rutherglen is a fantastic road cycling event taking in the best of Rutherglen's wine country while offering challenges for all sorts of fitness levels.

Along with the exciting day ride which includes a gourmet lunch, there will be a fantastic winery dinner on the night of the challenge. We also have a huge range of special offers from wineries, accommodation providers, restaurants and cafes for ticket buyers, meaning you'll have a weekend to remember here in Rutherglen!

Three Town Challenge
90km ride. Includes gourmet lunch by the amazing team at Taste @ Rutherglen, ride refreshments, and access to a range of exclusive special offers.
Riders will set off in groups from 8am to 9:30am. Please arrive for registration from 7:30am. Faster riders are encouraged to start at 8am to avoid overtaking during the ride.

Rutherglen Ramble
20km ride. Includes gourmet lunch by the amazing team at Taste @ Rutherglen, ride refreshments, and access to a range of exclusive special offers.
Riders will set off in groups from 9:30am – 10:30am. Please arrive for registration from 9am.

Tour de Rutherglen Dinner
Enjoy a decadent gourmet buffet dinner prepared by a local restaurant. With a range of fantastic local wines to purchase by the glass, and local winemakers also attending, this is an exciting opportunity to meet some famous local faces, enjoy our local wines, and take in the breathtaking views over a winery or maybe a lake. Special Rutherglen winemakers guests to be announced closer to the date!

Monies raised will go to the Rutherglen Rotary Club to support community and international projects, you'll be riding for a great cause.

Email for go to the Tour de Rutherglen website for more information.

The event is proudly supported by:

Wine Makers of Rutherglen     Destination Rutherglen Logo      Indigo Shire