Salamanca Terraces

93 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia
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Motorhome Parking

by bjkilburn


we will be visiting Hobart this month in a six berth motorhome. Can anyone advise where to park in the city to enable us to go to Salamnaca Markets?

Re: Motorhome Parking

by margsch

I would recommend leaving the motorhome at the caravan park as the city streets are narrow, there is a multi storey car park in Argyle street but would you fit in height wise? I assume you are staying in Hobart, catch a bus into the city would be my way to go.
If you aren,t actually using a caravan park there is a large shopping centre Eastlands, that has a huge carpark in the open, and I,m sure you could leave it there and catch a bus from there into the city. Eastlands is the other side of the river to the city where you want to be but very straight forward to get to and fro. There were motorhomes there when i was shopping there .

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by bjkilburn


Travel Tips for Hobart

A small town so far away yet so close.

by seamandrew

I'm not sure what did it to be honest. But I left Hobart wanting to see so much more of the little town. In someways it reminded me of Halifax, Nova Scotia, in others, a small Danish coastal village. It had many charms and that intself was my favorite thing about Hobart. It was a great little town which you can tell will someday be a tourist hot-spot. Having dinner along the waterfront was great. As the sunset and the dusk turned to night, the atmosphere was great and the cool sea breeze was invigorating. I really enjoyed taking all that in.

The Antarctic Adventure Center...

by photobf

The Antarctic Adventure Center in Salamanca when in Hobart was very interesting. I enjoyed the mini planetarium that was there since the sky is very different from the Northern Hemisphere that I'm used to.

Seafood by the dock!

by about Mures Seafood Rstaurant

Located in the middle of the Victoria Dock. Mures is divided into upper and lower deck. Lower deck is bistro style and the prices are cheaper whereas the upper deck is more for fine dining as it provides a good view of the Victoria Dock.

During the 1.5years I was in Tasmania from 2001 - 2002, I noticed that the restaurant’s prices is going up. If u decide to eat there.. must try it’s fisherman’s basket. The scallops in the basket are marvellously succulent! It’s double scoop icecream which is more economical than the single scoop and pretty nice.. oysters are relatively cheap too..

There's a small market area at the lower deck where you can buy the seafood fresh for cooking at home Fisherman's basket

A lot of fun at the markets!

by kooka3

Go to the Salamanca markets -- they start around 8:00 am on Saturday mornings. Hundreds of stalls cram around the old sandstone warehouses by the waterfront. The warehouses are now used by artists, and there are many shops within the warehouses. There are also cafe's and restaurants to check out in there.

On Saturdays, the road is blocked off to traffic so it becomes a pedestrian area only. You can find so many great things! I bought a beautiful fleece jacket and different types of wood crafts, often made from native Tasmanian tibres. You can find almost anything there from food to clothes to art. The stalls sell pottery, blown glass, hand made jewellery, paintings/photographs, and a wide variety of foods. Even masseurs have stalls!

There's some live music and street performers, usually, so it's a great place to hang out.

This is located near the wharfs and old warehouses. Inside the redone warehouses are stores, cafes, and other fun things to check out. It's well worth checking out the whole place.

HUON TRAIL - Apple & Heritage Museum

by imstress

Guided tours are conducted if required and you will be taken through the history of apple growing, picking and packing in the Huon valley.

I joined the Huon Trail tour and the guided tour was included in the package.


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Address: 93 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia