Clear your schedule this weekend and shop till you drop at the best markets in Hobart!

Tasmania is a place of culinary wonders and artistic treasures. At the heart of this charming city lie its bustling markets, each offering a kaleidoscope of flavours, crafts, and local treasures.

That’s why we’ve embarked on a journey through the best markets in Hobart, where the eclectic blend of tradition and innovation beckons both locals and visitors alike. From the historic Salamanca Market to the hidden gems tucked away in quaint neighbourhoods, join us as we explore the best markets in Hobart, where every stall tells a story, and every purchase holds a promise of discovery.

<strong>Farm Gate Market</strong>
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Farm Gate Market

Farm Gate Market has become an essential Sunday ritual for many Hobartians when looking to find delicious produce and finely crafted goods. Every week promises something new, as Tasmania’s distinct growing seasons make for an ever-changing array of produce and craft stalls all the time. The ‘gates’ are open every Sunday at this tremendous market in Hobart!

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104 Bathurst St, Hobart, TAS 7000 Every Sunday

<strong>Hobart Twilight Market</strong>
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Hobart Twilight Market

Hobart comes alive at the Hobart Twilight Market, a unique night event where homemade crafts, delicious snacks, live music and a stunning sunset come together. Setting up at least once a month on the Brooke St Pier, this family and dog-friendly market showcases the best Tasmanian artisans and creators – perfect if you’re looking for the perfect birthday gift, a yummy treat, or if you just want to hang out with your friends. Check out the Hobart Twilight Market’s website for the next upcoming markets!

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12 Franklin Whrf, Hobart, TAS 7000

<strong>Salamanca Market</strong>
Photographed by Alastair Bett. Image via Tourism Tasmania.

Salamanca Market

If you’re looking to hunt through the many treasures of Hobart, then your first stop must be the Salamanca Market. Every Saturday, between the hours of 8:30am and 3pm, Salamanca Place is saturated with locals and the odd tourist looking for something new. You can find some eccentric fashion, second-hand books, daring cuisine and charming local artists of all sorts at one of the best markets in Hobart!

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Salamanca Pl, Hobart, TAS 7001 Every Saturday, 8:30am – 3pm

<strong>Willie Smith’s Artisan Market</strong>
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Willie Smith’s Artisan Market

Nothing screams artisanal like a weekly craft and produce market inside an old famer’s shed. Setting up every Saturday from 10am to 2pm, Willie Smith’s Artisan Market showcases the biggest and best of local farms and artisans, with an ever-changing variety of produce, baked goods, condiments, jams and pickles. And if you’re looking for the perfect gift, Willie’s Smith’s Artisan Market features local handmade ceramics, woodworks and quality leather goods. So, start your weekend on the right note with one of the best markets in Hobart!

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2064 Huon Highway, Grove, TAS 7109 Every Saturday, 10am – 2pm

Before heading to the market, why not grab a bite at one of the Top 5 Breakfast Spots in Hobart. And for the freshest bread and pastries, Knead Through the Top 5 Bakeries in Hobart of 2024.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land mentioned in our article, the people of the Nuenonne Nation, and we recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.

Feature image: Salamanca Market. Photography by City of Hobart and Alastair Bett. Image via Tourism Tasmania.