This appealing building is used - as the signs indicate! - for the sale of crafts and art and a wide range of souvenirs. There were beautiful items hand carved from Tasmanian Huon Pine and other local timbers; hand-knitted/crocheted scarves; animal figures made out of tin and wire; an assortment of framed paintings and sketches, etc. etc.
It was located adjacent to the oldest church in Tasmania - the Anglican Church of St Matthew, built in 1823 - in the delightful town of New Norfolk, just out of Hobart.
If you've not visited Tasmania yet, I can thoroughly recommend you add it to your "must see" locations list. This beautiful island offers spectacular scenery, aerial walks over rainforests, riverboat cruises, character-filled buildings, the best dairy produce in Australia (my assessment!) and much more.
(p.s. If you don't enjoy cool climates, best plan your trip for Summer! (Dec - Feb). That said, I don't think Tasmania has the freezing temperatures currently being experienced in Europe!)