Hobart

Tasmanian artisans and craftspeople work with diverse materials to fashion unusual pottery, metalwork, and wool garments. Items made from regional timber, including myrtle, sassafras, and Huon pine, are popular. The wonderful scenery around the island is an inspiration for numerous artists.

Along the Hobart waterfront at Salamanca Place are a large number of shops that sell arts and crafts. On Saturday (between 8 and 3) the area turns into a giant market, where still more local artists join produce growers, bric-a-brac sellers, and itinerant musicians to sell their wares.

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  • 1. Wild Island Shop

    Battery Point

    This gallery and shop sells environmental art, cards, calendars, diaries, jewelry, clothing, and ceramics, all inspired by Tasmania, the "'Wild Island." All wares are made...

    This gallery and shop sells environmental art, cards, calendars, diaries, jewelry, clothing, and ceramics, all inspired by Tasmania, the "'Wild Island." All wares are made in Australia and all support the Australian environment. Regular exhibitions feature local artists who use the Tasmanian wilderness as their muse, a must-visit for original souvenirs.

    8/33 Salamanca Pl.
    - 03 - 6224–0220
  • 2. Art Mob

    City Center

    Set close to the waterfront by the Henry Jones Art Hotel, Art Mob exhibits and sells a wide range of local Tasmanian Aboriginal art and...

    Set close to the waterfront by the Henry Jones Art Hotel, Art Mob exhibits and sells a wide range of local Tasmanian Aboriginal art and crafts, including jewelry, from many communities and artists. The collection includes rare necklaces and exquisite baskets as well as fine prints and paintings by noted Aboriginal artists.

    29 Hunter St.
    - 03 - 6236–9200
  • 3. Gallery Salamanca

    Battery Point

    This retail shop and gallery specializes in high-quality products made in Tasmania, including ceramics, glass, jewelery, sculpture, and textiles. The mission here is showcase the...

    This retail shop and gallery specializes in high-quality products made in Tasmania, including ceramics, glass, jewelery, sculpture, and textiles. The mission here is showcase the talents of Tasmania's emerging and established artists. Located within the Salamanca Arts Centre just off Salamanca Place, the gallery represents more than 90 artisans.

    65 Salamanca Pl.
    - 03 - 6223–5022
  • 4. Handmark Gallery

    Battery Point

    Featuring the work of some of Tasmania's finest artists, this gallery is one of the gems of Salamanca Place. Inside you'll find Hobart's best wooden...

    Featuring the work of some of Tasmania's finest artists, this gallery is one of the gems of Salamanca Place. Inside you'll find Hobart's best wooden jewelry boxes as well as art deco jewelry and pottery, paintings, works on paper, and sculpture. The gallery also runs a number of exhibitions each year in conjunction with its sister gallery in Evandale, Northern Tasmania. Some of the exhibiting artists here have gone on to show at national and international galleries. The works of Tasmanian Aboriginal elder Lola Greeno are a very special feature.

    77 Salamanca Pl.
    - 03 - 6223–7895
  • 5. Red Parka

    City Center

    A funky shopfront for local artists working across varied disciplines, you will find ceramics, textiles, books, and many other treasures. Often with a local twist,...

    A funky shopfront for local artists working across varied disciplines, you will find ceramics, textiles, books, and many other treasures. Often with a local twist, featuring native flora and fauna or made from local materials, this is a must for the souvenir hunter that values original and clever design.

    22 Criterion St.

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