Salamanca Place is famous for
its regular Saturday 'Salamanca Market' and a whole street of
19th century sandstone buildings which were the warehouses of
the Port of Hobart for about 100 years. These historic buildings
and Hobart's waterfront from Salamanca Place to Hunter Street
are a fine example of Australia's maritime history.
As Hobart is still a working
Port, you can experience some of the feelings of what the world
may have been like 100 years ago. You'll see tall ships,
businesses moving goods to markets all over the world, visitors
from everywhere else, and the local hospitality is always
Come on down to Salamanca Place
and Sullivans Cove, find yourself a quiet cafe or a boisterous
waterfront bar, visit day or night.
Salamanca is the centre of much
of the city's' cultural and social life, with theatres,
restaurants, galleries, cafes, places to stay and and all manner
of shops that you can enjoy any day of the year. Many of
businesses in the area are listed here.
If you want a website yourself,
or a link from this site please call Kelvin Markham on 0419 152 612,