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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
All reviews saturday morning stalls selling food stalls local produce leather goods wood products stall holders scallop pie hand made for sale tasmanian products arts and crafts lots of variety sausage huon pine yummy food few hours
We went to Hobart to just do the Salamanca market and MONA.
As usual for Tasmania it was raining, really this is no big deal, the market keeps going and people dress appropriately. The prices are better than the shops so have fun and spend...More
Had read about Salamanca market for ages and was thrilled to actually visit it when we have a long weekend in Hobart. Great atmosphere and if you don't mind crowds, this is the place to visit. Lots of stalls offering a great array of goods...More
Our first stop our Tassie trip was Hobart and we visited the famous Salamanca markets they were terrific lots of stalls great food and handcrafted souvenirs etc clothing and fresh produce from local farms. Would visit again next time we go to Hobart.
The markets were packed as a large cruise ship was I town, but what a great selection of arts and crafts. So good to see many of the older style crafts still in existence. The variety and pricing were really excellent – 2 hours was...More
Just love Salamanca markets. My 2nd visit here after a work trip in October. It's such a treat to wander around the different stalls in a stunning spot - finding lovely home made items and eating lovely treats. It runs on a Saturday and is...More
I took my 1&3yo’s. It was flat out busy, could barely move but still worth it. There stalls are good quality, no junk merchants with some pretty unique vendors. Hiiragi particularly stood out to me with her unique sense of humour and crafty style.
Sorry, I just don’t get. What is so special about these markets except a cute location and bountiful number of stalls. I walked through the full length and could hardly find a stall worth visiting. Just feels like a tourist trap which basically nothing else...More
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
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 the area as it also has a couple of great coffee shops right on the beautiful beach. There is a boardwalk and bush walks right at your doorstep. We did day trips from here. It is a 15 minute drive into Hobart and a beautiful area. we went to Port Arthur, Bruny Island (the boat trip is a must), Richmond, Tahune air walk in the Huon Valley, Mount Fields National Park & Freycinet Natonal Park, all of which are easy day trips from Kingston Beach. Parking in Hobart is limited to 1 & 2 hour ticket parking mostly. We parked for free in Sandy Bay and walked into town¬ a lovely 20 - 25 minute walk along the beaches. That way we weren't watching the clock. Mures on the dock is a great place to eat, as are the many eateries in Salamanca. My favourite thing was the boat trip from Bruny Island, but everything was fabulous. Tasmania does tourism really well. Just note that although distances might be short there are often only single lanes on windy roads, some of which are dirt, so allow plenty of time to get to your destination.