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Salamanca Market

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Salamanca Market

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Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania 7001 Australia
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Mick B wrote a review Jan 13
Newcastle, Australia38 contributions1 helpful vote
Great vibe to the market with loads of Local artisan products. Will need a few hours minimum to see all the stands and what is on offer.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Rowan H wrote a review Jan 11
Cairns, Australia959 contributions1,507 helpful votes
Not usually a massive fan of makeshift markets as I find they tend to sell plants and low quality merchandise imported from SE Asia. The Salamanca Markets definitely aren't part of this category. The market bustles with various upmarket products from all corners of Tasmania. We ended up purchasing hundreds of dollars worth of product from Truffles to paintings. If you have a flexible itinerary in your Tasmanian trip I would definitely try to visit this place on a Saturday. EFTPOS was available at most stores Due to COVID-19 there were some number restrictions. Those entering needed to sign in using the 'Check in TAS' app on their phones. There were long queues to get in by the time we left at midday, so maybe try to get there early to avoid this. We spent around 4 hours here and would suggest others consider pencilling in a similar amount of time as the markets are extensive and took some time to explore in their entirety.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Anna R wrote a review Jan 8
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia19 contributions23 helpful votes
A bustling hive of activity selling local fresh produce, handicrafts, jewellery, with a variety of food and coffee stalls to keep energy levels up while browsing the market.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Jason S wrote a review Jan 8
Melbourne, Australia1,246 contributions365 helpful votes
Markets are very long with hundreds of stalls, it’s not a flea market so most stalls have modern and upmarket products. Get in early as less crowds then, many stalls have wide variety of foods and drinks - worth going just for the lunch side of things. It’s the place to be on a Saturday in Hobart
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Frank R wrote a review Jan 1
Perth, Australia22 contributions
Went to markets this morning bright and early and it was great while the crowds were away! Interesting COVID restrictions that have same issues everywhere, making people que without the social distancing defeat the purpose, also the barriers were not continuos so easily avoided by rebel visitors, all and all we had visit
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Date of experience: January 2021
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