Entrance to Island Markets
Island Markets, Moonah

About Us

Island Markets is an indoor market in Gormanston Road, Moonah, a suburb of Hobart, Tasmania.

Island Markets was established by the Caccavo family in 2002. Ralph Caccavo, together with his son, Rocky, has diversified business interests in Tasmania, from commercial property and building construction to olive groves, and to the processing and export of seafood.

Island Markets is the only true central market in Tasmania. It encompasses the largest live and fresh seafood market in Tasmania, as well as fresh produce markets for fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy and deli lines. Island Markets also houses the largest independent liquidation outlet in Tasmania.

Other business interests of the Caccavo family:

  • Ralph’s Tasmanian Seafood Pty Ltd – The world’s largest supplier of live abalone caught in the wild.
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  • Statewide Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd – constructing steel-framed modular and flatpack homes, warehouses, garages and sheds.
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  • Olive Groves of Tasmania – the largest olive growers and olive oil processors in Tasmania.
    (Website »)
  • Ramarosi Investments Pty Ltd – commercial property investments
  • R & M Tasmanian Imports – importers of inflatable boats, fishing gear and other products from China
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“Island Markets –
it’s where
the locals shop.”

Opportunities

There are opportunities for new vendors and stallholders at Island Markets.

produce market specials

ISLAND MARKETS PRODUCE SPECIALS

Open 9 am to 5 pm THURSDAY TO SUNDAY

SPECIALS AVAILABLE FROM 10/04/2014 to 13/04/2014

  • Yearling Porterhouse Steak $10.99 kg
  • Bananas $2.29kg
  • Tasmanian Cauliflowers $2.49 kg
  • Tasmanian 2KG Prepack Carrots $1.99 a bag
  • Little chef 750 GM Prepacked Short Cut Bacon Rashers $5.99 pkt
  • Frozen Battered Prawns 1KG PKT $10.99 pkt
  • Stripey Trupeter Skin on Fillets $24.99 kg
  • Spot Trevally Fillets $10.99kg
  • Atlantic Salmon TailsĀ $8.99 kg
 

VARIETY OF OTHER FISH AVAILABLE. MORE GREAT SPECIALS IN MEAT, FRUIT AND VEG