Tasmania's premier market is based at Salamanca Place, the original business district of old Hobart Town.  Immerse yourself in local shopping, culture and great food outlets every day of the week. Salamanca Market was established in 1972 and is open from 8.30am - 3pm every Saturday.

Salamanca Place, is one of Tasmania's best known landmarks along with Cradle Mountain, Mount Wellington, Port Arthur, Freycinet, Strahan and MONA; The Museum of Old and New Art at Berriedale. With dozens of restaurants and shops, sheltered Salamanca Square, nightlife, pubs, artists, galleries and craft shops to suit every budget plus the famous Salamanca Market every week.

Tasmanian-born Crown Princess Mary of Denmark enjoys shopping at Salamaca Place on her regular trips home to Hobart.

  • We sell limited edition prints and (non-limited) greeting cards of artwork done by Patricia Hopwood-Wade (PJ). We have a regular stall at Salamanca Market.

    Hear more about Patricia here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqH2NqD0CiM




  • This company specialises in life like motifs embroidered on quality Tasmanian Bathroom Linen.  Facewashers and Handtowells are carefully embroidered with a wide range of original designs.  

    The Tasmanian Flower emblem - The Blue Gum flower is featured along with other native, endemic and popular flora.

    Tasmania favourites such as the Devil and the Tiger are also represented.