Salamanca Market is Tasmania's most visited tourism attraction and runs each Saturday from 8.30 am to 3 pm, rain, hail or shine.
The market extends all along Hobart's historic Salamanca Place, from the Silos almost to the top of Davey Street. You will find a huge selection of locally made products and you can meet the makers, the artisans, the designers and producers.
With over 230 stallholders, the market includes fresh produce from local growers, hot coffee, delicious breakfast and lunch options, lots of gift ideas and plenty of handmade products.
The market is one of those special places where you can find plenty of handmade and home grown produce, mingle with the locals, enjoy the vibrancy and atmosphere, and discover the heart of a creative and resilient island.
A map of the full Salamanca Market which includes stall numbers, toilets and ATMs is provided below. As the market is quite long this is a long pdf file. If you have any questions on a market day about the location of a stall or are looking for something in particular, please visit the information booth near the main entrance, where our helpful volunteers can assist you.
Download the market map.