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What is Beef Feast?

Local Food | Local Butchers | Local Farmers

Beef Feast is our community’s newest event. Bringing together our regions fantastic range of primary producers to showcase a range of food, activities and family fun. As part of Destination North Coast’s Festival of Flavour weekend, Beef Feast will be the place to be on the 26th of March 2022.

Bringing together suppliers and food vendors to create unique dishes for everyone. Beef Feast will feature

  • Workshops
  • Children’s Activities
  • Craft Stalls
  • And of Course, a Bunch of LOCAL FOOD!

What Kind of Food Are We Looking For?

Beef Feast is a celebration of our primary producing industries in the Richmond Valley Council area and is designed to support our entire food production industry.

As we know, Casino is the Beef Capital of Australia and therefore we will have a focus on Beef Menu items, but that does not mean you have to limit yourself to just Beef. We just ask that if you can make a Beef Version of your menu items you include it for the event.

We are also looking for a wide variety of food types, so don’t be afraid to change your normal menus to include some new or unique items.

Basic Requirements

RVC Food License

All Food Stalls are required to have a Richmond Valley Council Food License, these may be obtained by contacting Richmond Valley Council.

Richmond Valley Council offers both Yearly and Single-Event Licenses, we recommend getting the yearly license so you can also attend Beef Week in May.


All Food Vendors must have current Public Liability Insurance and provide a Certificate of Currency prior to the event.

It is strongly recommended that all Food Vendors have product liability insurance.

What are the Costs?

Site Fees

Food Sites at Beef Feast are priced at $175/per vendor.

General Sites at Beef Feast are priced at $100/per vendor.


Electricity costs are the responsibility of stallholders, if stallholders decide to utilise Onsight power, then a standard fee per outlet will be charged.

Fees are

  • 15 Amp Power - $30
  • 10 Amp Power - $20
  • Stallholders may bring their own silent generator or other power system.
  • Stallholders requiring power for ONLY lighting should discuss with the Event Coordinator.

Other Costs

Stallholders may elect to have additional services on the day. Please refer to the below table.



BIN HIRE – 140L Wheelie Bin for Stall

Includes Disposal

$30 / Per Bin



Discounts Apply for Early Applications and Existing Beef Week Vendors, Contact 0266628181 to Discuss

Vendor Priority / How we select stalls?

  1. Vendors who live in RVC, menu produced entirely from local products.
  2. Vendors who live surrounding RVC, menu produced entirely from local products.
  3. Vendors who live in RVC, menu produced 50% from local products.
  4. Vendors who live surrounding RVC, menu produced 50% from local products.
  5. Vendors who live in RVC, menu featuring limited local products.
  6. Vendors who live surrounding RVC, menu featuring limited local products.
  7. Other Vendors by discretion.

What Suppliers to use?

Our website will feature a list of preferred suppliers to choose from.

These Suppliers have chosen to sign up to our preference list and must be trading within the Richmond Valley Council Area. Additional suppliers will be added as more apply.

Stallholders using these suppliers (or unlisted RVC Suppliers) will be given priority.  

We understand that stallholders may have preferences to other suppliers around the region who may not be on our supplier list, we encourage you to have your supplier sign up to our preference list. This not only means you can continue to use your favourite suppliers, but your supplier also gets some extra promotion!

If you use a primary supplier from outside the RVC Area then you should discuss your requirements with the event co-ordinator prior to applying

Click here to submit an early application 
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