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Shopping in Hobart

Most of Hobart's shopping is located in and around Hobart city centre, especially the major department stores. In southern Hobart, Sandy Bay offers shopping centres and outlets. North of Hobart, Glenorchy has good shopping facilities with two reasonable-sized shopping malls catering for locals and tourists as well.Most of Hobart's shopping is located in and around Hobart city centre, especially the major department stores. In southern Hobart, Sandy Bay offers shopping centres and outlets. North of Hobart, Glenorchy has good shopping facilities with two reasonable-sized shopping malls catering for locals and tourists as well.

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Salamanca Place

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Great Places to Shop in Hobart


The old Georgian warehouses along Salamanca Place are now Hobart’s cultural centre and home to galleries, theatres, cafes, craft shops and restaurants. Join the locals to shop for organic produce, flowers, Tasmanian arts and crafts, at Salamanca Markets every Saturday from 8:30am. Elizabeth Street Mall – a paved pedestrian mall – draws shoppers to its high street fashion and chain stores, a food court with a variety of cuisine, and large car park. The stylish Centrepoint Shopping Centre in Hobart city centre is a large shopping mall. It offers a good range of stores, including fashion stores, gift shops, newsagents, a food hall and grocery stores, and 830 parking spaces.

What You’ll Find in Hobart


In the inner suburbs and main street of Hobart, you will find wonderful eclectic shops, from small antiques stores to gift shops, fashion designer labels to authentic Aboriginal art galleries. Take a wander around The Antiques Market, in central Hobart, for a wide range of antiques, art and collectables. Browse through two floors of collectable items, including furniture, jewellery, glass, tableware and original artwork. Grab a nice coffee from their café.

Interesting Things to Look for While Shopping in Hobart


If you appreciate good design, Tasmania is has a reputation for original fine furniture, many made with native timbers. The wood grain is remarkable, albeit in short supply due to sustainable forestry. Designer Makers is just one place you can start. Enjoy fresh oysters? Barilla Bay is an oyster farm, restaurant and gourmet food store at Cambridge, just a 15-minute drive south from central Hobart. You can see up close how the oysters are grown and cultivated in a 45-minute tour. The Hobart and surrounding area offers a wide variety of shops and gourmet foods, beer and wine to enjoy, plus a unique historical setting from its convict past.

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