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Penguin Undercover Market

5 locals recommend ·

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Kimberley
Kimberley
February 25, 2020
You never know what new and fun things you will find at the market. It is open each Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm. There are heaps of different stalls for everyone tastes including one just for pets. When you get hungry, there is a shed where you can have Thai to Fish and chips. As well, there is local…
Cherie
Cherie
August 31, 2018
Awesome place to spend your Sundays, good food, live music and a variety of stalls. It's great place to just to have a browse and chat with the locals.
Christopher
Christopher
May 28, 2018
Biggest undercover market in Tasmania and well worth a visit.
Fiona
Fiona
December 23, 2017
One of the largest Undercover Markets on the Nth Wst Coast
Kit
Kit
November 9, 2014
Excellent thing to do on a Sunday! Open from 10am to 3pm.

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Location
11 Arnold St
Penguin, TAS 7316