Referred to as a ‘country market’, the Sorell Market has many similarities to the Hobart Showground Market (detailed below). It’s held every Sunday beside the Sorell Memorial Hall where you’ll find more than 60 stallholders selling vegetables, plants, tools, antiques and collectables. From a clothing perspective there is less on offer, but you never know what you are going to find in one of the car-boot-stalls. My advice is to do a lot of rummaging, a little bit of haggling and with any luck your efforts will be rewarded.
For more information visit the Sorell Market website here.
The Hobart Showground Market takes place every Sunday morning in Glenorchy. A large number of permanent and casual stallholders sell everything you could possibly hope to find second-hand, including some stalls dedicated to pre-loved clothing. In my opinion, the quality of clothing can sometimes be questionable, but as long as you are prepared to do some digging, you can find some great pieces at truly bargain-basement prices. Definitely worth visiting in the warmer months (just beware that there are no changerooms!).
For more information visit the Hobart Showground Market website here.