Meanwhile, Here In Tasmania...
A round-up of Tasmanian Growers and Regular Markets

'A Cheapskate's Guide to Exploring Tasmania By Car'

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Salamanca Market

The Salamanca Market operates every Saturday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm, except for Christmas Day or Anzac Day when the market is held on Sunday. There is no entry fee.

Tasmania's biggest selection of locally made products can be explored every Saturday including hand-worked glass, innovative design in Tasmanian timbers, stylish clothing, bespoke jewellery, organic produce, artworks, bath and body care, ceramics and leather goods, handcrafted cheeses, breads, wines and spirits, and delicious hot foods.


Hobart Showground Sunday Market

Lods of great stalls: bric-a-brac, soaps, fishing items, handmade head bands, garden statues, homemade cakes, jams, biscuits, dog treats, knitted items, scenic photographs, free range eggs, fresh produce, organic vegies, incense, fresh cut flowers, face painting occasionally, handmade jewellery, Sunday papers, candles & oils, miniature doll house items, DVD’s, CD’s, pre-loved dolls and doll clothes and much, much more.

Parking is Free and easy with plenty of room in the showgrounds and also disabled facilities and motor homers and campers of all descriptions are welcome to come and enjoy the market as well as stay on-site in the Hobart Showground Motorhome Park.


The Market at Franklin

A monthly market held in Franklin 40 minutes drive south of Hobart on the last Sunday of the month.

The Market features 30+ stalls selling seasonal fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, jams, chutney, honey, cakes, pies and olive oil, plants, seedlings and herbs, ceramic wooden and textile crafts, jewellery and alpaca products.


Farm Gate Market

Farm Gate Market operates every Sunday on Bathurst St, between Murray and Elizabeth streets: 8.30am – 1.00pm

Every Sunday, come rain hail or shine, a busy street in the heart of Hobart transforms into a bustling farmers' market. It's all about Tasmanian produce and getting to know your farmer, and it always has been.

Tasmania's distinct growing seasons make for an ever-changing array of produce and that's what we celebrate every Sunday. Staying true to what's in season locally is reflected throughout the market; on fresh produce stalls, in artisan foods and foodie menus.

Brighton Market

Held on the first Sunday of each month at the Brighton Memorial Hall, just 26 km north of Hobart, the Brighton Market in Tasmania is an interesting market for all to see and browse.

Second-hand bargains, plants, bric-a-brac, jewellery, art and craft. plus a great selection of hot and cold food for sale.

North/North West

Launceston Farmers' Market

Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market is held every Saturday from 8.30am until 12.30pm at 71 Cimitiere Street (car park opposite Albert Hall), Launceston.

Meet the farmers, connect with locals and feast your eyes on baskets brimming with Tasmania's freshest seasonal produce, ethical meat and fish, local dairy, artisan bread and pastries, bright summer berries or blushing autumn apples.


Penny Royal Designer Markets

A fortnightly Tasmanian designer market which runs the first and third Sunday of each month, from 8:30am until 1:30pm.

With an average of 20 Tasmanian stalls to browse, as well as food and drink available at the Penny Royal Restaurant and Wine Bar, this event is perfect for the whole family.


Burnie Farmers' Market

Avoid the hustle and bustle of the supermarkets and visit the market for the freshest and the best of local veggies and seasonal fruits.

Pick up some great bargains in a fun and friendly atmosphere, there are around 50 stalls selling fruit and vegetables, home baking and craft on the first and third Saturday each month from 8am until noon.

Wilmot Market

The Wilmot Market is held from 9am-2pm on the first Saturday of every season ( Dec/ Mar/ Jun / Sep) at the Wilmot Town Hall, Main Road, Wilmot.

Wines from local vineyards, olive oils, honey, sorbet, fresh fruits, berries, vegies, jams, breads, sauces, conserves, pastries, cakes and biscuits. Browse at the bric a brac, hand-made crafts, jewellery, pre-loved clothes, soaps, lotions, gadgets and gifts.


The Cradle Coast Farmers Market

Held every Sunday from 8.30am-12.30pm at 3, on the banks of the Leven River, Wharf Road, Ulverstone.

Offering fresh produce direct from the producer to you, the market also boasts some unique and interesting produce such as buffalo and raw unfiltered honey, avocados, feijoas, fresh pasta (including gluten free), yams and walnuts. You might even find some of the more unusual produce as well, like giant Bulgarian leeks and burdock.

Providore Place Market Hall

Located at 13-17 Oldaker Street, Devonport, parking is available in the new multi-level carpark. Entry is via Fenton Way or Best Street with two exits onto Fenton Way.

Markets are held every Sunday from 10am-2pm and feature about 40 Coastal and Tasmanian producers representing the best in food, produce, arts and crafts.

Devonport Farmers Market

Fresh farm produce, plants, homemade fare and local handmade crafts.

Takes place at the Devonport Showgrounds fortnightly, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, from 8.30am to noon.

The Bloomin’ Tulips Wynyard Foreshore Markets

Held on the first and third Sunday of every month from 8am to 2pm along the East Wynyard foreshore.

The market showcases local produce, plants, jams, cakes, preserves, home cooking and honey, as well as crafts, secondhand goods, antiques, collectables, books, bric-a-brac, and much more.

Over the summer months there are also several Friday night twilight markets, and the markets are held every Sunday in the lead up to Christmas.

Don Village Market

Featuring about 50 outdoor and undercover stalls featuring homespun goods and fresh produce, through to the garden enthusiasts.

Opposite Don River Railway, every Sunday.

Latrobe Village Market

Antiques, crafts, fresh produce and home made preserves.

Handcrafted jewellery, herbs, organic produce and second hand goods. Street market every Sunday, 9am to 2pm. Opposite Council Chambers, Gilbert Street.

Northdown Market

Browse collectables or choose from the selection of fresh, locally-grown produce, handmade crafts, and home-baked goods.

Second Saturday of each month from 9.30am in the Northdown Anglican Church Hall.



Richmond Farmers and Makers Market

The market is held every Saturday from from 9am to 3pm in the Richmond Town Hall and surrounds.

The Richmond Farmers and Makers Market supports local farmers, small hold producers, artisans and artists. and provides authentic Tasmanian handmade and homegrown products and produce that you are unlikely to find anywhere else in the state all in one convenient space.

Evandale Market

The markets are located in Falls Park, on Logan Road and open every Sunday, from around 8:00am until around 1:30pm

Over a 100 stalls including a wide range of wares and high quality crafts, plants, trees, shrubs and garden ornaments and bric-a-brac for every budget and a wide selection of Tasmanian food products such as jams, sauces, relish and honey.

There are plenty of food stalls and children's amusements.

Oatlands Farmers Market

Photography, home made cakes, wooden boxes, hand made cards, goats milk soap, butterflies and glass painting, bric-a-brac, knick-knacks, craft.

Held on the first Sunday of each month at the Oatlands Community Hall, 9am-1pm

Longford Market

Held at the Longford RSL, 78 Wellington St. on the last Sunday of each month from 8am - 12 noon.

A mix of Farmers market, produce, gifts, crafts and car boot sale for trash and treasure.

Tunbridge Country Market

The Tunbridge Country Market is a great rural market experience.

Held on the second Sunday of each month from 9am to 3pm at the Tunbridge hall, in Main Street, find a treasure, souvenir, craft, bric-a-brac.

Ross Market

The historic village of Ross hosts a country market on the third Sunday of each month from 9am.

The market includes local handicrafts, produce and a ' home baked' secion where you can buy licenced home-made speciality pies, cakes and preserves.

You can also enjoy a home-made breakfast, lunch, tea and coffee at the Market Kitchen.


East Coast/South East

The Village Market, Triabunna

Held on the third Sunday of each month from 10.00am to 1.00pm.

There is a range of stalls including second hand books, bric a brac, local craft, seasonal plants for sale, locally made jams and preserves and seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables.

Bream Creek
Bream Creek Farmers Market

The Bream Creek Farmers Market is a produce based market held at the Bream Creek Show Grounds on the first Sunday of every month, showcasing growers, cooks, brewers, producers and makers, from South Eastern Tasmania and beyond.

Turn off the Arthur Highway at Copping, and the Showgrounds are a few kilometres up Marion Bay Road.

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