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The Ultimate Guide to Tasmania's Markets

Updated: Apr 11

Hey market enthusiasts! Today, let's take a dive into Tasmania's bustling market scene. From fresh produce to handmade crafts, there's something for everyone here, so let's check out what's on offer across the island. You will find in this blog post most of Tasmania's fresh food markets organised by days of the week to help you plan your time. 'Enjoy and let us know if you know anymore'

harvest market in launceston, tasmania
Credit: Tourism Australia

Friday Markets:

Street Eats @ Franko

From December to April, held on Friday evenings in Hobart, this vibrant night market brings together food trucks and vendors serving up delicious street food from around the world. It's the perfect place to grab a bite and soak up the lively atmosphere.

Street Eats @franko Hobart
Credit: Amy Brown

Saturday Markets:

Salamanca Market

First up, we've got the iconic Salamanca Market. Every Saturday, Hobart's historic streets come alive with over 300 stalls showcasing everything from arts and crafts to gourmet treats. It's a must-visit for anyone exploring Tasmania's capital city.

Salamanca Market Aerial photo
Credit: Tourism Australia

New Norfolk Market

If you find yourself in New Norfolk on a Saturday, make sure to stop by the market. From 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM, you can browse through a variety of stalls offering local produce, crafts, and more.

Devonport Farmers Market

Over in Devonport, Saturdays are all about the Farmers Market. Here, local growers and producers gather to sell their freshest fruits, veggies, and artisanal products. It's the perfect spot to stock up on goodies for the week ahead.

Devonport Market
Credit: S. Group

Harvest Market, Launceston

If you're in Launceston on a Saturday morning, don't miss the Harvest Market. This vibrant market is a celebration of Tasmania's finest produce, with local farmers and producers offering a wide range of goods. From fresh fruits and vegetables to artisanal bread and gourmet treats, there's something here to tantalize your taste buds.

Harvest Market
Credit: Tourism Australia

Richmond Makers Market

Another Saturday gem is the Richmond Makers Market, open from 9 am to 3 pm. Located in the village Town, this market showcases the talents of local artists and crafters. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the unique creations on offer.

Sunday Markets:

Hobart Farm Gate Market

Sunday mornings call for a trip to the Farm Gate Market in Hobart. From farm-fresh produce to homemade delicacies, this market is a foodie's paradise. Don't miss out on the chance to sample some of Tasmania's finest offerings.

Farmers Market
Credit: Tourism Australia

Evandale Market

In the historic village of Evandale, Sundays mean one thing – market day! Here, you'll find a charming array of stalls selling everything from antiques to handmade crafts. It's the perfect spot to pick up a unique souvenir or two.

Evandale Market
Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Adrian Cook

Tasmania Monthly Markets:

1st Saturdays & Sundays of the month:

Kingston Farmers' Market

For fresh produce and farm-origin food products, head to the Kingston Farmers' Market on the first Saturday of every month. This market has been trading since October 2004 and is a great spot to support local growers and producers.

Cygnet Market

On the first Sunday of every month, Cygnet comes alive with its vibrant market. From arts and crafts to delicious food stalls, there's something here to delight every visitor.

Bream Creek Farmers Market

Head to Bream Creek on the first Sunday of the month for a taste of rural Tasmania. Nestled amidst rolling hills and farmland, this market showcases the best local produce, including fruits, vegetables, and gourmet treats.

Bream Creek Markets at Christmas

Wynyard Foreshore Markets

If you're in Wynyard, make sure to check out the Foreshore Markets held on the first and third Sunday of every month from 8 am to 2 pm along the East Wynyard foreshore. Explore stalls showcasing local produce, crafts, and much more.

2nd Saturdays & Sundays of the month:

Campbell Town Market

Every second Sunday of the month, Campbell Town hosts its very own market. With a focus on local crafts, produce, and baked goods, it's a great opportunity to support the community while picking up some goodies for yourself.

carrots and leeks on a market in tasmania

Judbury Market

Located in the bountiful Huon Valley, Judbury Market is held at the Judbury Community Centre on the second Sunday of each month. From 10 am to 2 pm, browse through stalls offering a variety of goods, from crafts to produce.

Judbury Market

Huonville Market

Every second Sunday from September to May, the Huonville Market welcomes visitors from 10 am to 2 pm. Explore stalls offering fresh produce, crafts, and more while enjoying the scenic surroundings.

3rd Saturdays & Sundays of the month:

Bruny Island Market

On the third Sundays of each month, Lunawanna Makers and Produce Market promises to ignite inspiration. Taking place within the charming Lunawanna Memorial Hall in South Bruny Island, a crackling wood fire sets the stage for a welcoming ambiance. Regardless of the weather outside, you'll remain cozy and sheltered within the hall's confines.

Bruny Island Maket; Lunawanna Makers and Produce Market

4th Saturdays & Sundays of the month:

Sheffield Market

Meanwhile, over in Sheffield, the fourth Sunday of the month is market day. This market is a celebration of local talent, with stalls showcasing handmade crafts, artworks, and more.

Annual Events:

Deloraine Craft Fair (November)

Mark your calendars for the annual Deloraine Craft Fair. This event brings together artisans from across Tasmania and beyond, offering a unique opportunity to shop for handmade treasures and support local makers.

Bream Creek Showground (in March)

The Bream Creek Show is an annual agricultural event held in southeastern Tasmania. It features livestock displays, agricultural exhibits, and entertainment, including live music, food stalls, and traditional fair games. It's a cherished community gathering celebrating rural life and local pride.

bream creek showground

Huon Show (In November) The Huon Show is an annual agricultural extravaganza held in the picturesque Huon Valley, Tasmania. It showcases the region's rich rural heritage through livestock displays, agricultural competitions, and a variety of family-friendly entertainment, making it a beloved community event for locals and visitors alike.

So there you have it – a whirlwind tour of Tasmania's top markets. Whether you're a foodie, a collector, or just love soaking

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