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Best things to do in Battery Point

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Market
“Must do it on Saturday. Salamanca market is the most famous and the biggest market in the Southern Hemisphere. It’s held every Saturday from 8:30am to 3pm. You would see fresh ingredients, local arts and handcrafts, wines and delicious street food. ”
183 locals recommend
Bakery
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“A bakery and cafe along Hampden rd Battery Point stroll see the history of this suburb, whilst enjoying great amazing selection of bread, pies, pastries and cakes are all baked in the premises. ”
59 locals recommend
Route
“Iconic street with a marvellous surviving row of old warehouses that are now home to bars, cafes, restaurants and art galleries. Salamanca is the starting point for any stroll around Sullivan's Cove, and the centre of food and drinking nightlife in Hobart.”
43 locals recommend
Bar
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“Fantastic local pub. Great on-tap beers and ciders with an indoor and outdoor seating area (including a converted bus). Bus bingo on Wednesday nights!”
32 locals recommend
Route
“Hobart's most historic precinct. It is just back from the waterfront and consists of rows of sandstone buildings, formerly warehouses for the port of Hobart Town, that have since been converted into restaurants, galleries, craft shops and offices.”
25 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Brilliant Italian food everytime and fun staff. It's a busy place in an old building with great atmosphere. Kids love it too. Expect loud laughter from other diners and staff. If you want a quiet date night, ask to seat upstairs. ”
28 locals recommend
Establishment
“Salamanca Fresh (in Salamanca Place / Salamanca Fruit Market building) .... for fruit and vegetables, meat, smallgoods, gourmet groceries, grocery essentials”
29 locals recommend
Gastropub
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“ Located on the Salamanca strip... which is a perfect location for an after market beer or Friday night drinks!! The chips are to die for....”
28 locals recommend
Café
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“Breakfast/Lunch: Machine in Salamanca and Criterion Street right in the CBD are owned by the same people as Room for a Pony and have been around for a long time. Always busy and they have fairly substantial menus. ”
29 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“The food is excellent and chef caters superbly for people with food limitations. ”
23 locals recommend
Bar
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“Italian restaurant and bar in an industrial-chic space, serving pizza, share platters and mains”
16 locals recommend
Establishment
“You will feel a bit healthier and a lot more grounded walking in to this wholesome café, anticipating the seasonal, local, and wherever possible, organic produce. Seating is limited and hotly contested. Get the avocado on toast. ”
22 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Delicious local steaks and seafood, with friendly service and a great wine list. Try the coffee rubbed steak”
10 locals recommend
Establishment
“Only run on a Friday night, but it is a great place to listen to live music and have a gluwein on a cold winters evening.”
15 locals recommend
Establishment
“Multiple galleries and artists studios in wonderful old buildings, with plenty of things to do nearby ”
11 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Right on Salamanca Place this is an institution. Anne's favourite coffee place. Brilliant rissoto and steaks amongst a wonderful menu. In one of the original sandstone warehouses.”
11 locals recommend