Information for current stallholders

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Information about coronavirus

There has been a great deal of media coverage about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and below you'll find some useful links if you want to find out more. 

  • The Australian Government Department of Health provides information on its website, including a factsheet for travellers in both English and Chinese.
  • For how the situation is being monitored in Tasmania, please visit the Tasmanian Department of Health website.

Cruise ships visiting Australian ports

For communities welcoming cruise ships around Australia, there is no need for concern. Important measures are in place in response to coronavirus to ensure that health and safety remain the highest priorities.

  • The majority of more than 270 cruise ships globally continue to sail unaffected by the virus, including within Australasia – but with strict precautions in place.
  • No cruise ships have travelled directly from China to Australia. Many of the vessels operating in this region have been in Australasian waters for some time.
  • Cruise Line Industry Association member ocean cruise lines have introduced stringent measures including pre-screening processes to determine a person’s travel and contact history. They will deny boarding to anyone who may present an increased risk.
  • No passengers or crew are permitted to board if they have come from or visited Iran, South Korea or China (including Hong Kong and Macau) in the 14 days before embarkation. These restrictions are in addition to those introduced by the Australian Government and other nations including New Zealand.

To minimise the risk of contracting any infectious illness (not just COVID-19)

  • Wash your hands frequently or use antiseptic gels.
  • Use good cough etiquette - cover your cough or sneeze, or cough into your elbow and wash your hands afterwards.
  • If you are sick, stay home.

It is important to remember that the Tasmanian Department of Health is managing the situation and ensuring Tasmanian health professionals are ready to respond.

General Information

Contacting the administration team

  •  Telephone: (03) 6238 2430
  • Mail: GPO Box 503, Hobart 7001  


Payment of site fees

Payment of site fees can be made in person at the Hobart Council Centre, 16 Elizabeth Street, Hobart or by mail to GPO Box 503, Hobart 7001. Credit card payments made be made via phone on 6238 2711.  
  

Market absence

If you can't attend the market on a Saturday, please contact the Salamanca Market Operations Coordinator on 6238 2843 or 0419 482 675 as soon as possible so that your site can be reallocated to a casual stallholder.

Licenced stallholders are able to take up to 8 days of absence (8 Saturdays) per calendar year. In order to gain a credit note of site fees, you must provide written notice a minimum of ten (10) days prior to the date of your absence.  This can be done via email to salamancamarket@hobartcity.com.au.

If, due to unforeseen circumstances you are unable to attend on the day of the market, please call or text on 0419 482 675.  You must be on site at the market before 8 am otherwise your space may be reallocated.

Change of contact details

Please notify the Salamanca Market Operations Coordinator if your contact details change via email or by writing to GPO Box 503, Hobart 7001. This will ensure that we can contact you with important information as required.

Adding or changing products

If you would like to sell products at the market that are different from your original approved product line, there is a formal process that will need to be undertaken and you will need to complete a product line change form.

Insurance

A copy of the Salamanca Market Stallholders Liability policy is available on request.

Transfer of site

There is a prescribed process to undertake when selling your Salamanca Market stall. You can understand more about the process here(PDF, 101KB)

If you are selling your business and need to transfer your site's licence use this form: Transfer of Licence. The first section of the form is for the current Licensee, you then need to email the same form to the purchaser. Allow six weeks for Salamanca Market to approve and issue all the required paperwork for the transfer of your sale.

You can list your business for sale on this website.

Advertise your business for sale

You can sell your current Salamanca Market business on this website by using the sale of Salamanca Market business form.

Your stall listing on this website

You can update your market site listing under 'Find A Stall' anytime by using the stallholder website update form.

Salamanca Market Facebook page

We are committed to promoting market stallholders and your stories. If you would like to be featured on the Salamanca Market’s Facebook page, please call 6238 2890 and ask for Salamanca Market marketing.