Salamanca Arts Centre
The non-profit Salamanca Arts Centre occupies seven Salamanca warehouses and is home to 75-plus arts organisations and individuals,...
This picturesque row of four-storey sandstone warehouses is a classic example of Australian colonial architecture. Dating back to the...
The gourmet burgers here cost up to $20 but atmospheric Jack Greene (a European hunting lodge on the run?) is worthwhile if you're a...
With slick waterfront eateries closing in on all sides, it’s downright refreshing to wander into this cheap, kitsch kitchen with its...
Salamanca Market information
Every Saturday morning since 1972, the open-air Salamanca Market has lured hippies and craft merchants from the foothills to fill the tree-lined expanses of Salamanca Pl with their stalls. Fresh organic produce, secondhand clothes and books, tacky tourist souvenirs, ceramics and woodwork, cheap sunglasses, antiques, exuberant buskers, quality food and drink… It’s all here, but people watching is the real name of the game. Rain or shine – don’t miss it!