Salamanca Place is the home of the Salamanca Market in Hobart

Salamanca Arts Centre Photo by Kelvin Markham
salamanca arts centre                                                                                                                        photo by Kelvin Markham

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Salamanca Market is open every Saturday (except Christmas Day or Anzac Day) from approx 8am until 3pm. Salamanca Place is a regular street on weekdays but when it comes alive with the famous Salamanca Market it is filled from top to bottom with about 300 stalls selling all sorts of crafts and foods, including a considerable number of uniquely Tasmanian products.

Salamanca Market is operated by Hobart City Council. You will find fresh and gourmet produce, arts, crafts and handiwork from all over Tasmania, interstate and overseas. As one of the top attractions in Tasmania, the Salamanca Market is another good reason to make your stay in Hobart last for more than just a few days and always try to include a 'market day'.

Many Tasmanian food producers are represented but you may not always find what you need in the time available. Island Curries produces ready to go curry packs, right here in Hobart, their range enables you to make the most of your favourite main ingredients anywhere. You can try the full range of hot, medium or mild Island Curries here

Turn an ordinary meal into something sensational; get a taste of Island Curries

Nolan Snake MONA Hobart TasmaniaSalamanca Place is one of Tasmania's best known landmarks along with Cradle Mountain, Mount Wellington, Port Arthur, Freycinet, Bruny Island Strahan and MONA. Centre stage for events such as The Taste of Tasmania, Mofo, FoMo and midwinter celebrations.

With accommodation, restaurants and shops, Salamanca Square, nightlife, pubs, artists, galleries and craft shops to suit every budget plus the famous Salamanca Market every week, Salamanca is a must-see feature of the City of Hobart.

Increasing numbers of interstate visits arrive for the annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, Taste of Tasmania, MONA FOMA, and the bi-annual Australian Wooden Boat Festival 2019. is operated by Salamanca Publishing Pty Ltd and was updated by Kelvin Markham
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