Hobart's Salamanca precinct is renowned for its sandstone Georgian warehouses as much as the acclaimed market. Near to the fishing fleet and punts selling seafood fresher than a new-mown lawn, the market regularly attracts large crowds. And for good reason: it is, surely, as eclectic as anywhere in Australia. Woollens and wood turning. Wafts of incense and bratwurst. Retro fashions. Proteas and Antarctic images, fruit loaves and organic veges, and jewellery by emerging Tassie designers.