Licensing information for mobile shops, hawkers and itinerant traders.
The following definitions include:
A mobile shop is a vehicle from which goods are offered for sale.
A hawker is a person who offers goods for sale. This excludes those who sell their goods from a vehicle (see mobile shop).
An itinerant trader is a person who sets up a temporary business, that has not been resident in the district for 6 months and intends to operate for no more than 6 months, selling goods from a premises. This excludes hawkers and mobile shops.
Full definitions are described in the Mobile Shops, Hawkers, Stalls and Other Traders Bylaw.
Applying for a mobile shop, hawker or other trader licence
Fill in the application form and provide the following information:
- date of birth of applicant or sales person
- 2 character references
- registration numbers, make and model of vehicles or trailers used for mobile shops
- describe the goods you are selling. If you're selling food, there are additional requirements
- payment of the fee
We send all applications for the police check. It takes up to 20 working days to receive their report.
For conditions and requirements for each type of licence, read the information in the application form.
The fees are set out in the current Fees & Charges.
You should also read the bylaw for more information