Now in it's 50th year, Salamanca Market - currently operating as Tasmania's Own Market - is open each Saturday from 8.30 am - 3.00 pm.
The market features more than 230 stallholders, representing artisans, designers and producers - it's as Tasmanian as we can make it!
The Salamanca Market team has been working hard to support stallholders and to ensure that we deliver a safe event with the same vibrant atmosphere for which Salamanca Market is famous.
You will find fresh produce from local growers, hot coffee and delicious breakfast and lunch options to enjoy, lots of gift ideas and plenty of handmade products.
Please note that, under current state requirements, face masks must be worn inside the market.
To stay up-to-date with all the latest news and activities, visit the Salamanca Market website or the Salamanca Market Facebook page.
In addition, an online store offering products from Salamanca Market stallholders is now operating. Browse a collection of Tasmanian products and be connected directly with our stallholders to purchase:
Salamanca Market online store
Salamanca Market is proudly owned and operated by the City of Hobart.
Salamanca Market's 50th Anniversary
The first Salamanca Market was held in 1972 with just 33 stalls, confined to a small area south of Wooby's Lane. In the 50 years since that first day, the market has expanded to cover the entirety of Salamanca Place, reaching Davey Street in 1994 with almost 300 stalls.
Today it is Tasmania's most famous market, and arguably one of the top markets in the country.
We will be celebrating Salamanca's 50th birthday during 2022. Included will be the Market Memories exhibition, a collection of crowd-sourced photographs from the past 50 years of the market's operation in Hobart. Due to COVID-19, previously scheduled activities for January have been postponed until further notice.