Enjoy the sights, sounds, flavours, action and colour of Australia's best outdoor market every Saturday 8:30am-3:00pm. Proudly operated by Hobart City Council.
Great outdoor market, a must see if you are in Hobart!
Take the free city shuttle here instead of diving because parking can be quite a problem. Credit card accepted in most shop.
Great market. Rain doesn't stop anyone! Huge selection of handmade goods, produce, food, jewellery, bric a brac etc. Don't miss it if your down Hobart way.
3 times of the Rocks market. Many different good stores selling really cool stuff.
Artisan stalls, surrounded by boutique galleries and studios, and a colourful array of talented buskers
These markets are huge. Be prepared to be walking in a crowded area for a couple of hours.
The German Bratwurst was yummy and so was the firewood pizza. The mixed berries crepes were disappointing. The inside uncooked and inedible.
Lots of local artisans and so many stalls! Lots of unique things, make sure you have cash handy, ATM lines get long. Try come early to avoid crowds. Walk over to Princes park afterwards to rest.
Search out the small but awesome sausage stand. It also does bacon and egg rolls.
Find the Gypsy Rolls food van, rolls are delicious with unique sauces. I had the Gypsy roll and jolly jumbuck roll.
Buy the larger Fruit Olliebollen 4 for $3.50 ask for cinnamon or icing sugar they r Delish. Apple and raisin inside
The friendly guy at the pie stall with his $6.50 scallop pie ... super delish!
Get there early and park near the dock. Lots of food and drinks place, fresh and homemade product and off course Tassie made product in reasonable price. Love it !!!!
If you are a local that can make the most of the fresh produce then worth the trip. For everyone else it's just an outdoor souvenir shop run by assorted carnival folk.
Probably the best market I have been too! Definitely recommended
Hot food takeaway-tops! Try the crepe with lemon and sugar too!
Cary's music at Cary.com.au
Scallop pie is yummy!
Mongrel Socks are a Must for travellers not used to the Cold... especially the Arm Warmers!! *8vD
If you want a bargain especially fruit & veg, get there about 40 mins b4 closing. Everything is drastically reduced
Breakfast from Gypsy Rolls is the best way to start your market day! :)
Get here early and enjoy the market vibe. Great fresh produce and Tasmanian crafts, but the food leaves a little to be desired.
Fresh fruit, beautiful art, talented buskers and homemade gingerbread. This market is one of the best in Australia.
Go to Michael and enjoy a proper German Bratwurst with Sauerkraut. Awesome.
Lots of organic fruit+veggies, also flowers, some great plants
The market is doggist ! The 4 legged likes of me aren't to welcome, but I suggest sneaking in anyway.
Love the bratwurst (pork or beef) sausages - $5 - onions, sauerkraut, mustards - great on cold days, sooo filling
Check out haul (opp Knopwoods pub) who make laptop bags & iPad cases from upcycled advertising billboards & rubber print blankets. Nice
Some great fudges for sale - offcuts but store quality, for third of the price
Every Saturday morning the Salamanca Market invites you to forage for some secondhand clothes, souvenirs, antiques, quality food and drinks. Don't miss it.
Some lovely handmade bags by Sashiko Design. Every piece designed by Kiyoma Reid who is at the stall, with fabrics made in Japan. Kimono materials with distinct style. www.sashikodesign.com
For lunch I recommend a bratwurst with sauerkraut, and in summer, you can't beat a cup of fresh raspberries with cream.
Best to get their early and buy Tasmania product. Or look for unusual dude who makes toy/robots.
Specialist Tasmanian arts and crafts