Our market is Historic
Hobart Showground Sunday Market is more than just a place of goods for sale at great prices – it’s part of an historic landmark, a tourist attraction and an institution for our locals. This vast, vibrant centre of entertainment and trade has been operated by the Market owners since 1903, with the origins of The Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania going back to 1821. In any one year the Market attracts over 200,000 visitors.
Grab a bargin
Come and get some great bargains. We have a lot 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 veggies, 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. Spread over one massive building, it’s the largest indoor and open air market in Hobart. Although the indoor area is well weatherproofed it is recommended you dress for the weather whatever the time of year. It is a rare day when you will not be tempted to browse the open air stallholders who come whatever the weather. Please note that product availability may change subject to stallholders attendance.
Turn your trash into cash!
Book a stall today by calling our office on 03 6272 6812 (during business hours) or booking online.