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Salamanca Market

Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
+61 3 6238 2470
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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 experience that’s hard to beat. The Salamanca Market operates every Saturday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. There is no entry fee, making it free to enjoy. Tasmanian producers and designers make Salamanca Market memorable. Tasmania's biggest selection of locally made products can be explored, including glassware, Tasmanian timber products, clothing, jewellery, fresh produce, artworks, bath and body care, ceramics, leather goods, handcrafted cheeses, breads, wines and spirits, and delicious foods. Salamanca Market is Tasmania's most visited tourist attraction, a winner in the Tasmanian Tourism Awards, and finalist in the Australian Tourism Awards in 2016 and 2017 It is proudly owned and operated by the City of Hobart.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good32%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“saturday morning” (308 reviews)
“stalls selling” (106 reviews)
“food stalls” (146 reviews)
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Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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+61 3 6238 2470
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"saturday morning"
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"stalls selling"
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"food stalls"
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"local produce"
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"wood products"
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"leather goods"
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"stall holders"
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"crepes"
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"scallop pie"
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"hand made"
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"for sale"
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"tasmanian products"
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"lots of variety"
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"arts and crafts"
in 77 reviews
"sausage"
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"huon pine"
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I could not believe how big these markets are. Well over 300 stalls and almost no junk stalls. They all had good products to sell. It was still busy on a miserable drizzling morning. We spent a good part of the day here. Get it...More

Thank John R
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We love markets and have been to countless in many different towns and cities and these are definitely the best! The variety is fantastic and of high quality - clothing, leather goods, timber products, food, condiments etc and the vast majority are Tasmanian made. There...More

2  Thank Lee G
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I’ve been coming to Hobart for years, and every time I do I bring people to the market. Great for fresh local produce including local veggies, truffles and bread. There are some other great food stalls that serve scallop pies, bratwurst and Dutch poffertjes. Also...More

Thank Stumpy18688
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Salamanca markets was very intriguing. There was a variety of food, woodwork, artwork and Knick-knack stalls. I had a beautiful hot dog that wasn’t too expensive and fulfilled my hunger. My only complaint is that it was quite busy. This made the narrow strips of...More

Thank Bree247
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Beautifully situated on the harbourfront, these markets are bordered by old colonial buildings. Parking stations are situated close by (walking distance) and there is a dedicated markets shuttle bus. Fare ranged from clothes, to beautiful woodwork, lavender goods, interesting foods, wine/whiskey/gin/vodka tastings, cheese, sweets etc...More

Thank Margaret W
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Reviewed 6 days ago

It pains me to give the Salamanca an average-rating. We raced across from Strahan to visit before it closed, and regretted putting ourselves to the trouble. There are so many stalls with imported crap, it is just like so many other average markets in your...More

1  Thank HighHorse
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Mixed emotions about Salamanca, back in the day there were so many cool funky pop up stores, it was such a cool hang out spot to catch up with school friends and play hacky sack on the grass! Now it’s just so touristy, boring to...More

Thank darls11
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What amazing produce & great vendors, we got our fresh veggies & fruit here for our travels as well as amazing fudge & scallop pies. Something for everyone. A must see

1  Thank SeanVick
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Awesome family morning trying all the different food and browsing all the different stalls. Well set out and thankfully not too cold

Thank tas1972ls
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Many artisan stalls, but there is room for more. Move on the trashy made-in-China tea towels and bring in more local Hobart and Tasmania artisan and craft goods. Great for breakfast and/or lunch. Highlight are the tempura mushroom and fried donut stand at the far...More

1  Thank starmagnolia
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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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Rachael K
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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Annie C
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Response from Jane K | Reviewed this property |
No markets as far as I know on a Wednesday but lots of cafes and restaurants to try! There is loads to do in and around Hobart!
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