Verkopers & Exposants


Stalls for 2023 are nearly all confirmed. Applications are still open and stallholders & exhibitors can contact us via Contact Us . Participants,  can be found on the Stalls List on this website at 

The Holland Festival 2023 will have many stallholders including merchants, food vendors, charities, exhibitions, and information booths. Some of the foods on offer include…

  • Kibbeling – Fish bites as only the Dutch can make it – Street Food to die for.
  • Herring – (may not be available – because of the time of the year) It is not for the uninitiated – but the Dutch love them – are you brave enough to try one if you are not Dutch?
  • Frites with all the famous Dutch sauces, including mayonnaise, currie, satay sauce & onions etc.
  • Olie Bollen – Actually a New year’s eve speciality, that the Dutch love do much, it has become street food.
  • Bitterballen (2 vendors)- available as bar food in every bar in Holland
  • Poffertjes (3 vendors) – mini pancakes – Street food all over the world now
  • Stroopwafers (3 vendors) – Every Dutch carnival and street market sell these warm delicacies
  • Appelflappen – Maybe the favourite pastry on Holland
  • Kaas souffles (2 vendors) – A delicious way to each Dutch cheese warm!
  • Stampot met rookworst – A winter delight, that can be eaten anytime. (maybe not in Summer)
  • Rookworst – Possibly Europe’s best way to eat sausage ( with due deference to all Germans)
  • Hutspot with rookworst – a different version of Stampot met rookworst (maybe not in Summer)
  • Indonesian foods – The Dutch love Indonesian foods
  • Erwten Soep – Pea Soup as only the Dutch can make it. (maybe not in Summer)
  • Bahmi & Nasi Goreng- The Dutch love Indonesian foods
  • Frikandel Speciaal – A Dutch way of eating sausage as a street food.
  • Kroketten (Croquettes) (2 vendors) – The favourite snack food in Holland?
  • Broodje Haaring (Herring on a roll) – Just yum!! But are you brave enough to eat raw fish?
  • Broodje Paling (Smoked eel on a roll)
  • Huzarensalades ( Russian Salad)
  • Broodje fillet Americain (Raw premium mince on a roll)
  • Twisted Aardappels  (potatoes) on a stick (stok) (2 vendors)
  • Carnival food
  • Coffee (2 vendors)
  • Ice cream with a touch of Dutch: with hagelslag, muisjes and speculaas & stroopwafel crumbs.. (3 vendors)

Refreshments on offer include…

  • A bar selling Bavaria Beer, La Trappe Beer, Red & White wine,  Champagne & more
  • Lemonade stands (2 stalls run by the Rotary Club of Belgrave)
  • Milka shakes, Smoothies and more 

Businesses founded in the Netherlands, businesses owned by people of Dutch Heritage, and/or importers of Dutch products are invited to get involved. At least 30 have already signed up.

An example of the other items on offer is

Anne Frank – mini expo – learn about one of the true heroes of WW2.

People Movement expo – about Dutch immigration to Australia

Dutch Courier  expo – 60 years of headlines concerning the Dutch in Australia

Phototainment – Have your photo taken in Dutch costume  and receive a free printed copy and also have it sent to your email

Also – Face painting, Pony rides, Petting Zoo for the kids and 2 Dutch Street organs

An much, much more..

If your business has a link to Dutch heritage and you would like to have your business involved in some way, apply to be a vendor, exhibitor or participant now!