Salamanca is a great place to buy that unusual gift or souvenir or just enjoy browsing through more than 300 stalls. Buy jewellery and local crafts, fruit, vegetables and home baking, clothing and millinery, flowers and second-hand goods. And if the stalls are not enough to entice, the market takes place along the historic waterfront with beautifully restored sandstone warehouses now converted into boutique shops, restaurants, galleries, cafes and bars across the road from a pleasant park. Note that credit cards are not accepted by all stall holders.
Festivals & Fairs
- Nearest Train: Hobart
- Venue Description:
The Hobart Waterfront is coming back to life. Former warehouses and factories are now art and craft outlets, galleries and restaurants. Brooke Street Pier and Victoria Docks, once home to trading ketches, whaling boats, tuna fleets and liners now give mooring to pleasure craft, ocean-going yachts, ferries and fishing boats while Princes Wharf, New Wharf and Elizabeth Street Pier accommodate apartments and cafes.