with a ring ding ding of the farm bell at 8.30am sharp, bustling trade begins at farm gate market...Before you visit Hobart, use our trip planner to discover what you can do and see there.
...wade through a collection of prime Tasmanian fresh, seasonal and local produce and artisan products. Tasmania's tastiest and most creative foodstuffs take centre stage at this gala performance.
You will discover hard-to-find cuts like free range Berkshire pork, game meats and rare breed beef. The seafood is fresh from pristine Tasmanian waters and the colourful array of fresh stone fruit, berries and heritage variety vegetables that will send your tastebuds into a frenzy.
Gorgeous artisan products include a smorgasbord of cheeses, breads, bagels, pattisseries, jams, relishes, Tassie wine, boutique beer and many more unexpected gastronomically pleasing delights. And for the green thumb it’s a delight - from native plants to fruit trees, unusual herbs to edible flowers and fertilizers to help them grow.
Buskers provide atmosphere and entertainment and there's plenty to devour onsite with delicious seasonal soups, gourmet burgers, bbqs and burritos and the best sushi in Australia, all made to order. With ingredients supplied by producers menus change with the seasons.
Farm Gate Market Hobart is Hobart’s weekend morning hotspot to meet friends for a coffee and breakfast, read the weekend papers or just enjoy the buzz and friendly atmosphere of the largest farmers' markets in Tasmania.
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Farm Gate Market reviews
I was very underwhelmed by these markets. Salamanca markets are much better. Yea there is a lot of produce but line ups for any food or coffee was ridiculous you are better off finding yourself a...
I was very underwhelmed by these markets. Salamanca markets are much better. Yea there is a lot of produce but line ups for any food or coffee was ridiculous you are better off finding yourself a... more »
One of my favourite things to do in Hobart and gives a true sense of the culture here. Fabulous food, friendly people, live music. Buy the crumpets.
One of my favourite things to do in Hobart and gives a true sense of the culture here. Fabulous food, friendly people, live music. Buy the crumpets. more »
Its a small market but it’s worth your time even if you are a tourist Most of the stalls are for local fresh produces which will suit if you are intending to cook at home. But there are still stalls that serves cooked on the spot food and it’s really good! Ample parking nearby with public toilets nearby too. Especially good if you buy and eat the food at the common seating area. Its such a cosy market.
Fun morning stroll looking at local farm produce like vegetables, fruits, jams, apple pies, strawberries, cheese, etc. Street food available to one corner of the market. Certainly less touristy and fewer stalls than Salamanca but charming in its own way.
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