Salamanca Market, Hobart

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Each Saturday, Salamanca Market comes to life with dozens of stalls selling the region's best food, crafts, and souvenirs. Situated in front of large sandstone warehouses that have been converted into a maze of craftspeople's shops and restaurants, the market has been a major tourist attraction for decades. It's also a popular weekend meeting place for local families with kids. The warehouses were built in the 19th century to service the whaling industry. Today the market sells a variety of locally made products at inexpensive prices. This sprawling historic district offers opportunities to shop for gifts, drop by popular eateries, and visit the area's art galleries, which exhibit and sell works by local artists. Arrange your visit to Salamanca Market and discover more family-friendly attractions in Hobart using our Hobart trip planner .
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  • Did not expect it to be too different to other markets but went along anyway as we love markets. This one is a must-visit. From trinkets to chocolates to bags, clothes, accessories, flowers, gardening...  more »
  • Lovely market that is on every Saturday morning. Lots of different foods available. Get up and have your breakfast there. Lots of hand made items, nice souvenirs of Tasmania.  more »
  • Salamanca market is the life and soul of Hobart - nothing else attracts half the crowd it does. This market is one of the biggest and occupies the length of the street. It has many stalls with local p...  more »
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  • Great market with lots of stalls selling a variety of clothes, accessories, food and drink. Everything I tried was very tasty but for something different I highly recommend the curry scallop pie! ($8)
  • What's not to love about Salamanca markets? So many varieties of food and clothing and the atmosphere is fantastic. Plus the music is very enjoyable. Had a wonderful time and I recommend it to anyone
  • A vibrant weekend morning market for local and tourists alike. Good selections of local products and produce at a good price. Parking is expensive here. A good place to taste some food or buy some souvenirs .
  • If you are new to Hobart n foodie...you must visit this market. A lot of variety in food from crepe, tempura mushrooms, German sausages, fish sausages, Persian rice delicacy to South Indian dosa n local brownies, fudge etc. In addition to food you will find a lot local produce such as leather bags, lavender based products, skincare products, woolen n wooden artifacts. Jewelry made of pearls, opals, n glass etc..
  • It is my favorite place in Hobart,lol:)There are a lot of fresh vegetables and food.Like oyster,honey and jam!They are all produced by Tasmania local farms and factories. Those products are wonderful! I really enjoy the time spent in the market!

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