The safety and wellbeing of our customers, stallholders and market crew remains our highest priority.
Please adhere to this safety information so we can keep our market safe.
If you are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms, please look after yourself and the wider community by staying home.
The State Government has announced that face masks are no longer required to be worn at Salamanca Market from 12 March 2022.
If you would like to continue to wear a mask you are welcome to do so, and there will be a small number of disposable masks available to patrons at the entrances.
More information from the State Government on when you are required to wear a face in Tasmania can be found here.
You will be counted in and out as you enter the market. Please use the official entry and exit points so we can regulate our numbers for a safe event. A light barrier will surround the market and people are asked not to slip under the fence, so we can maintain our 5000 people limit.
You will only need to queue at our market entrances when we reach the maximum gathering limit as specified by the State Government. If you are in a queue you should still socially distance to keep you and our community safe.
Please maintain the 1.5 metre social distancing guideline at all times.
Use hand sanitiser located at the entry points to the market. Hand sanitiser is also located throughout the market.
Please limit the touching of products and fresh produce and ask our friendly traders for help.
Use contactless payments where possible
We encourage customers to make use of card payments where possible however cash accepted at most stalls.
Our volunteer 'safety angels' will be roving around the market to help us maintain a safe event. If you have any safety concerns or questions please have a chat to one of our safety angels.
We hope you enjoy your visit. We appreciate your cooperation and support.