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Everything, Everything - all for sale!

Arts and crafts, pottery, fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, drawings, photographs, fashion, antiques, jewelery, clothing, hats, ice-cream, hamburgers, cheese and dairy, wine, woodwork, coffee, books, glass, seafood, cured meats, plants, giftware, leather goods, accessories, footware, juice, health and beauty, collectables, brick-a-brack, childrens clothing, vintage clothing – have I got it all? No I don’t think so, but I’m sure you get the message.

 

Salamanca Market Hobart
Alongside Hobart's historic harbour and underneath the watchful eye of Mt Wellington, Salamanca Market draws a crowd each Saturday.

Established in 1972, the market is fast approaching its 50th anniversary, so they must be getting something right.

The market stretches from Salamanca Place right up to Davey Street. There are buskers and entertainers. Most of the market stalls are owned by the person who made or grew the goods, so your questions will be answered and you’ll be appreciated.

And if there’s not a food stall to your liking, wander in to the courtyard behind the old buildings where you’ll find a variety of restaurants.

You could always throw a line off the dock and catch your own. 

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