Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. I came to Salamanca Square to check in and saw this art center. Seriously, if there wasn’t a sign there, I I really didn't know it was an art center, and I didn't see it. Walk in from under the signboard. There are shops on the left and right. Going inside, it’s a bit desolate. Although I saw someone walk in and go up the stairs, but there was nothing to see, I was too embarrassed to follow in. It is similar to the kind of domestic children's palace and art center, but the scale is much smaller.
It is especially suitable for living the ordinary life slowly. There are not many products that can choose their favorite.
Participating in the Salamanca Fair on Saturday was very interesting. It was very comfortable to walk around. There were fresh oysters, honey, woolen products, etc., very interesting. There are tourists and locals alike.
The center has a great selection of shops and galleries. If you don't have time to visit Bruny Island, you an still taste Bruny Island Cheese Company's outstanding artisanal cheeses at the shop in the center. The Raw Milk C2 was amazing. We also enjoyed the Resource Work Cooperative's annual recycled art show on the second floor. The Coop operates a series of interesting programs transforming trash to art such as developing an exhibit from old photographs salvaged from landfill, a Waste to Wonderful Textile Workshop and their annual recycled art show on exhibit open to everyone from professional artist to schoolchildren.
Old warehouses along the Hobart waterfront now house an arts center. A theater, galleries, shops, and restaurants are inside. It will take you a while to explore all of its nooks and crannies.
Walking along the waterfront you run into these series of old and new buildings with a mixture of art, crafts, regular stores and restaurants. The internet was also good in this area.