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Salamanca Market

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Salamanca Market is one of Australia’s most vibrant and loved outdoor markets. It's a new adventure every Saturday. The Salamanca Market is located at historic Salamanca Place, next to the Hobart waterfront and with over 300 stallholders it’s an...more
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Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 5 January 2008

I go to Hobart quite often for work and can recommend Salamanca Place as maybe the best place in the city for a casual walk / popping into shops /etc. The Salamanca market is on Saturdays (maybe only in the morning?) It's a great experience...More

5  Thank verygrumpycat
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 25 February 2015

When you are going to the markets take care. Tasmania, or perhaps just Hobart, runs their disability parking differently than the rest of Australia. Even though you have been told your permit is good anywhere in Australia, Hobart makes you buy parking and then gives...More

6  Thank RKnispel
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Even on a rainy morning these markets were delightful. Live music and performers sprinkled throughout, plenty of food and something for everyone.

Thank KylieDeC
Reviewed yesterday

If you come driving, there is car park behind. Come early, as there is limited spot. Street parking hard to find. Market stalls has everything to offer. Tasmania produce, souvenir, food and gifts. You can get merino shawl, blanket, Bridestowe Lavender produce, there is food...More

Thank Suami I
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Meander through the crowds and dozens & dozens of market stalls. No-one is in a hurry, no-one is precious, everyone is friendly and at ease. Lovely environment, lovely food, great things to buy or just look at, live entertainment. Don't forget to check out the...More

Thank Jibby9
Reviewed 2 days ago

WE filmed here for House Hunters International and everyone was super friendly and wanted to help film the best segment for the show. Lots of great stalls food, craft and more!

Thank AnitaP143
Reviewed 4 days ago

So much to see here. Some great, some good, most not so good. It’s a tourist attraction not many locals shop here. Lots of Chinese made goods. And to many people for our liking.

Thank valeriemD6484ND
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Only held once a week but well worth the visit. In a lovely area, well displayed stalls with plenty of everything and places to sit and enjoy the ambiance, entertainment and food

Thank Batch489
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Best time to get there is 8am before all the big crowds arrive. You'll find a real mix of local fresh produce and knick knacks. Bring some cash with you as some stalls don't have card facility and set a limit on spending you can...More

Thank chrizzy83
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great location surrounded by old buildings, parkland and near harbour. Lots of nice stalls but prices definitely geared towards tourist market. Go early as it gets very crowded

Thank 514bernadetteg
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This amazing market has over 300 stalls with a huge array of artists designing and producing hand made products, great food stalls, wine tasting stalls, some great fashion and some recycled old goodies. Something for everyone a must if you visit Hobart on a Saturday.

Thank Relax30620432968
Reviewed 1 week ago

Markets are nice to visit with pubs and cafes surrounding them. Many offer same or similar product and some sell out early if popular.

Thank 60jonno
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Andrew R
2 March 2018|
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Response from Johncallo | Reviewed this property |
I would allow around 4 hours to go through the market in total. You may wish to sample some of the foods and of course a good coffee!
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RachaelK384
22 January 2018|
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Response from Dianne P | Reviewed this property |
Hi. We just arrived back from Tassie having spent 10 days there. We stayed at an air b&b near Kingston beach where there is a big shopping centre to buy take away or get wine , cheese & groceries to have at home. We loved... More
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28 October 2017|
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Response from FBfamily | Reviewed this property |
Hi the markets are only open on Saturday but there are cafes, galleries etc in the precinct. Hope that helps
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