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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.
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Bathurst St | Between Elizabeth + Murray Sts, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia
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After the over-crowded Salamanca Markets it was fantastic to be able to buy and sample fresh produce from local growers and providores. Fantastic atmosphere with live music and people people chilling out on a Sunday morning. Food stalls were great. We picked up some fresh...More
Every Sunday morning from 8.30 am Bathurst St, between Murray St and Elizabeth St, is blocked to traffic and is transformed into a bustling food market. There is a wonderful variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, seafood and pastries, plus delicious breads, fresh pasta...More
This is your typical farmers market but still absolutely worth checking out if you're in town visiting. Nothing beats finding a local treat be it fresh fruit or something a little naughty from the bakeries around town.
It was refreshing to hear about this market before I came to Hobart. But wanting to experience it for myself, I went on the weekend to find it bustling with much activity. It was a fun place to buy and eat breakfast on the go,...More
Very much a market for the locals but even for us tourists a pleasant little attraction. A relatively small number of stalls (particularly compared to the monster Salamanca Market the day before) but much good fresh produce to be considered. Worth a few minutes of...More
We went there on a rainy Sunday but still enjoyed it. It is quite small but its all about food. The prices were better than going to the providers themselves e.g. The cheese's we bought there were cheaper than at the actual dairy, Don't expect...More
Definitely worth a visit if you are in Hobart on a Sunday. The stall holders have to be the producers and also have to be on the stand.
Never see fresher produce. The cheese makers were happy to discuss their product and lots of free...More
went there early morning before the crowd, the market is small but in my personal opinion its much better than the Salamanca market. The vendors is super friendly and pretty much everything is made/grown by the the stall holder.
Response from Madeleine P | Property representative |
Oh thanks folks for that great reply, I've only just come across your question. A stroll if the weather is nice but if not, parking in the multi level car park off Melville Street is easy. it also has disabled and pram... More
Oh thanks folks for that great reply, I've only just come across your question. A stroll if the weather is nice but if not, parking in the multi level car park off Melville Street is easy. it also has disabled and pram parking :)