After months of the unknown, Tasmania's Northern markets have been able to announce their return as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Markets across the state shut down in March after restrictions were implemented by the state government to help stop the spread of the virus.
Launceston's Harvest Market was one of the first to make its return on May 23 in a modified version.
Launceston's Esk Market followed suit and returned on July 5 and Ross Village Market has marked July 19 for its return.
However many will not return until August. With the Evandale Market planning to make its return on August 9, along with the Lilydale Village Market.
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The Deloraine Showground Market announced it will return a month later on September 5.
In a statement on the market's Facebook page it said it could not return in August as the showgrounds were undergoing work.
The Mole Creek Market is expected to return on August 15 but noted the date was not set in stone.
"The situation is fluid and we will confirm/advise as that date gets closer," organisers said in Facebook post.
The West Tamar Lions Club Market at Exeter will return on September 13.
The Westbury Market is expected to return on September 19, organiser Rob Menzie said.
All events will have a COVID-19 safety plan in action that requires stall holders to get in touch to arrange safety measures.
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