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Moorilla Wine + Mona Art Day Trip
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Moorilla Wine + Mona Art Day Trip

By Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
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Ages 18-99, max of 4 per group
Duration: 6–8 hours
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  • Main course with matched wine
  • Tutored wine tasting
  • Museum Entry
  • Return ferry travel
  • Guided vineyard tour
  • Entry/Admission - Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
  • Entry/Admission - Moorilla Estate Winery
What's not included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • A minimum of 2 travellers is required


Start:
  • 12 Franklin Whrf, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
    This is a self-guided experience. Meet at Brooke St Pier 15 minutes prior to departure. You will take the 9:15am MR-1 Fast Ferry to Mona and Moorilla, located north of Hobart in Berriedale. No hotel transfers.
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 6634WMATT

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not recommended for pregnant travellers
    • Most travellers can participate
    • Ages 18+
    • The site is accessible. Please consult with staff to seek alternatives to stair access.
    • A moderate amount of walking is required.
    • Please advise of dietary requirments and allegies in advance.
    • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 4 travellers

    • If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
    • If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
    • If you cancel at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.

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    • You'll start at
      12 Franklin Whrf
      12 Franklin Whrf, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
      This is a self-guided experience. Meet at Brooke St Pier 15 minutes prior to departure. You will take the 9:15am MR-1 Fast Ferry to Mona and Moorilla, located north of Hobart in Berriedale. No hotel transfers.
      See address & details
    • 1
      Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
      Stop: 3 hours - Admission included
      See details
    • 2
      Moorilla Estate Winery
      Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included
      See details
    • You'll return to the starting point
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    • Travelglows
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Just don’t go!
      Art is art and is very personal. The bad review does not come from the pieces in the museum. Some are quite interesting, others are disturbing and some are fascinating. However, we had just a terrible experience due to the service or better, the lack of service. It all started with the ferry. The ferry was 30 minutes late. No apologies nor the possibility to stay longer at MONA. Then we decided to have a drink and were shocked by the prices. Then all of the sudden we were forced out of the museum in such a rude way and even before closing time. I wanted to use the toilet and the security was making a whole scene that we needed to leave the building. It was just ridiculous that we left at the same time as the employees. Even though our ferry was very late, we couldn’t stay any longer. MONA doesn’t take these bad reviews seriously, but dear reader you should. Please do not waste your money here. It really isn’t worth it.
      Written 22 April 2024
    • 5times05
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      So many bad reviews can't be wrong.
      The amount of poor reviews about this pretentious , desperate art gallery speaks for itself. The only positive thing to note is the astonishing building, built and designed by the men , now being ignored by the entitled , privileged and hysterical who do not see the bigger picture
      Written 10 April 2024
    • mymaschere
      0 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Its Art, Jim, but not as we know it.
      Come here for the weird and wonderful, for the comfortable and confronting. The architect is as amazing as the art. I found it somewhat oppressive - but I think that is deliberate.
      Written 5 April 2024
    • 10Raindrops
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Not for everyone!
      Mona is situated in a lovely place with beautiful architecture but the museum content did not appeal to us.The posh pit ferry ride was beaut and that’s where the delight ended.It’s an expensive exercise which is not really worth the effort and I would not go again,
      Written 5 April 2024
    • G1662BAianh
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      In advance they tell you, it is poor.
      Please believe the hype, this is actually worse than a 1 star place to visit, how people can call this art is beyond me. Someone somewhere has to authorise the exhibits as being suitable and in my view they are not.
      Written 1 April 2024
    • 748leannep
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Overrated and waste of time
      Don’t waste your time or money to visit. Despite the building and grounds being interesting , the content inside was not what I call art and in fact was depressing and provocative. The ferry ride to MONA was nice but that is the only good thing I can say about our visit. Went to get a coffee at the cafe on the grounds and couldn’t even get skinny milk. Everyone can’t telling us we needed to go but a big NO from me.
      Written 30 March 2024
    • Mobile05278935220
      0 contributions
      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Okay if you have several days in town, otherwise do something else
      They pushed using their app and offered no paper maps for those of us with poor service resulting from older phones/solid rock walls. As a result we missed some pieces tucked away in outer rooms. The selection of art is vast and unusual. It is entirely non cash so bring a credit card ( which we did not do, not knowing this policy). I would not go back. It’s really hyped, but I feel like I wasted too much time doing this on our only day in beautiful Hobart area.
      Written 27 March 2024
    • 245jacquis
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Unique and clever
      MONA is a unique experience which will not suit everyone. We loved the building as it is an amazing building, so cleverly designed. Also loved the outdoor artworks, and the location. Some of the art was to our taste, and some of it wasn't - which is how it should be. We enjoyed our visit. The whole place is cashless, and you do need to download the app.
      Written 22 March 2024
    • Getaway545236
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Taking kids to Mona - what I wish I had known
      First time to Mona yesterday with my husband and two children (10yo girl, 8yo boy). We drove as we'd hired a car for the trip, parking wasnt an issue. We went for the 10am opening. We didn't opt for the ferry due to the price and as we had a car. Mona is set in a beautiful location, the grounds where beautifully designed. We weren't sure what to expect with Mona. My husband and I are not strangers to art museums and had heard Mona was a must see. The building in a 3+ stories carved down into the sandstone, leaving the sandstone to act as the buildings walls, this alone was incredible to see. You are encouraged to start on the lowest floor and work your way up. The installations on the lowest level foyer are awesome. And our highlight. This was a 4D experience that was too mature for our children. I wish we had known and just visited the grounds. I knew there was going to be adult content, but had heard it was in specific areas. But we found it everywhere, not just sexual, but violent, moody, erotic, confronting and graphic, added to by being so far under the ground and due to the lighting, the sounds created by the use of certain building materials, the sounds of the exhibition themselves, the low ceilings (in some spaces, and the dark paint. My 10year old art loving child was so overwhelmed and confronted we left after half an hour. At 10.30/11 the grounds were only just being set up. With only the wine bar open for morning tea (I will say the counter food and coffee were delicious!). The other food places didnt open till 12. What I wish I had known when visiting Mona with kids: - the content is too mature for kids 7-12. 0-6 is probably fine as they’re not as aware, but they may still be creeped out by the atmosphere - don't bother spending $38pp on tickets inside (although free <12) - rather spend your money on the ferry ride and visit the grounds in the afternoon when everything is actually open - choose a fine day
      Written 21 March 2024
    • donnadN9872CM
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      A wonderful day!
      We took the regular seats Mona Roma ferry which took about 15-20 mins to reach the museum . My husband has trouble with stairs so we took the tunnel and lift which was no trouble. The museum itself was spectacular especially the architecture. Amazing. Some of the exhibits are questionable but if you keep an open mind they're fine. You dont have to linger if they offend! There are open spaces for children to discover and an outdoor cafe with music. We also did a Moorilla wine tasting which was wonderful and our sommelier (sorry cant remember his name) was brilliant! Great value for money and I'd love to go back again one day.
      Written 20 March 2024
    • Steven P
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Read a range of reviews before going !
      I guess some would love this. Some aspects I did too ! Loved the detailed welded art sculptures above ground outside the centre. That represents great skill mixed with an artistic eye. There also was a water fall of thousands of coordinated drops of water that spelt words as they fell ! Wow! The building itself is carved out of the earth and another wow factor! Yet it mostly had a dark depressive vibe to me. Most gave little inspiration rather presented and negative sexualised view to life. Notably the celebration and presentation of the beauty of life was missing and I assume portrays the heart / thoughts of its owner ! Worth the visit ? Yet you might be wise to read a few more reviews first.
      Written 18 March 2024
    • NorthStar702425
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Unique & Eclectic
      This place is brilliant. Make sure you download the app before you arrive—-it’s literally the only source of info about all that is inside. I tried to download it while still in the courtyard & it was going to take an hour.
      Written 17 March 2024
    • robyn11602021
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Absolutely Astonishing. A unique experience !
      I truly loved, loved, loved my visit to MONA in Hobart but I’m struggling to find the words to explain it. Why… well, let’s maybe begin with the fact that MONA isn’t meant to be “explained”, it’s meant to be “experienced”, & for hubby & I, it was 100% a worthwhile one. MONA was created & launched in 2011 by a guy called David Walsh, a bit of an eccentric risk taker. When he won a whole heap of money playing cards in casino’s all around the world, he used his money to create the most gob-smacking art gallery /restaurant / hospitality & entertainment complex for his fellow Tasmanians, the result so unique, & so “out-there”, it put Hobart well & truly on the world stage for modern art galleries. MONA is not going to be (or intended) to cater to everyone’s taste. The adjectives for this place are endless. It’s overwhelming, disturbing yet comforting in a weird way, bizarre, dark, mind boggling, quite shocking in some respects but it’s meant to be. Its definitely thought provoking & will make you smile, laugh, grimace, and be in awe all at the same time. AND, it’s CLEVER, .. sooooo, soooo CLEVER. Its willingness to completely disregard political correctness is truly a breath of fresh air. It will push your boundaries, lift your spirits and open your eyes to a really different & exciting perspective. Love it or hate it, there’s always going to be at least one piece that will leave forever changed. There’s a mix of old (ancient) & new modern “out-there” art (hence the museum name). However , there are also some pieces which are a bit on the R Rated side, so if you’re a family with little ones, you may have to consider & be selective with what they see & what they don’t. MONA is sensory overload “on steroids” & it starts with the fact that you begin your gallery journey three floors underground. In typical David Walsh style in totally throwing out the rule book, the gallery has minimal signage & deliberately quite confusing in its layout. Walsh purposely wanted visitors to let go of set pathways and just “.wander” to see where their curiosity took them. Walsh described MONA as his “lounge-room”, and he wanted to invite people into “his home” & into “his world”. AND, believe me, “his world” is a fascinating place. Walsh is a great believer in looking at humanity in a different way. All of it at MONA is simply MARVELLOUS, but the Pharos wing is something else”. I could write a book on this alone, but folks, just do yourself a favour and GO see it for yourself. Even just getting to the Pharos wing is an adventure in itself, let alone what’s in it. For both hubby & I, the highlight of MONA was this wing, lunch at the unbelievable Faros restaurant, (again totally unique with stuff on a plate like you’ve never seen before), and the amazing experience of artist James Turrell who has several totally “wild” experiences that can’t be explained in words. Visitors “can” get a map to help guide them through the museum, but Walsh created this audio “thing” called “THE O”. It’s basically a mobile “smart device”, comes with super cool headphones, originally designed to replace wall signage, but quickly became a major enhancement of the MONA experience. It has voice-over commentary & automatically picks up which artwork you’re standing in front of. Just press the O button & it will instantly tell you all about what you’re looking at. It does lots of other cool stuff too. As hubby is a retired art teacher of more 30 years experience, I’ve visited many art galleries both here in Australia & around the world, & the MONA “O” system is by far the best audio system that I’ve come across. The “O” is included as part of your MONA admission fee. The MONA grounds are spread over such a large area, there’s also lots of places to explore, eat, relax, & even stay on site in the Mona Pavilions. Then there’s the unique architecture, & holy moly, seriously WOAH. Only David Walsh’s creative imagination with world renowned Fender Katsalidis Architects created a world first three level subterranean building that is carved into the sandstone cliffs of the Berriedale peninsula right on the waterfront of the Derwent river. To say the MONA building is a stunning & remarkable engineering feat of epic proportions would be an understatement. It’s completely astonishing what they’ve done, & what they had to do to create this one of a kind building. Even the roof is completely removable to accommodate an entry point for large scale exhibit. Only Walsh could dream up & design a concept like that. The ticket price for entry into the MONA museum is $38 for adults, $32 concession & $15 for under 18’s. The best way to get to MONA is by the Mona Ferry (high speed catamaran) from the Brooke St Pier which a standard return fare is $28pp. If you feel like doing it in style, there’s also a “posh pit” price of $60pp which is a special sealed off section at the pointy end of the ferry which includes food & drinks. The ferry takes about 25 minutes to get to MONA. However… be warned …. if travelling by ferry, there’s a tough climb of 99 steps to climb from the ferry drop point to the museum entrance. If there’s anything at all to criticise about MONA, it would be that. Although there is “apparently” a tunnel entrance for anyone with mobility issues, Walsh’s theory is that IF you CAN climb, … then climb. He was man who was never into “shortcuts” and a man who right from the beginning, sets out to challenge you. In conclusion, I really believe that no visit to Tasmania and Hobart is complete without a visit to MONA. It is an extraordinary experience on so many levels, many of which I haven’t even had space to include in this review. Trust me, you won’t be sorry & I’m sure, like me, you’ll be thinking about it for long after you’ve left .. because MONA is a place that never truly leaves you. Let me leave you with a saying that is so true of David Walsh’s beliefs. “Art should comfort the disturbed, … and disturb the comfortable”. And that’s exactly what MONA does in such a wonderful way. Just GO !
      Written 13 March 2024
    • btsouza
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Hobart Must Not Mentioned by Cruise Ships
      Hands-down, one of the finest museums and art collections in the world, possibly only second to the Louvre in Paris. This needs to be at the top of everyone’s list when visiting Hobart/Tasmania. Take the ferry from the Hobart waterfront and give yourself at least four hours to explore…book lunch at one of the restaurants and enjoy amazing waterfront views. Quick Note: for whatever reason, visiting cruise ships don’t offer MONA as a shore excursion…I suspect due to the typical older demographics of cruises that some of the art would be too risqué for people and perhaps the cruise lines don’t want negative excursion reviews? Anyway, if you’re visiting on a cruise the water ferry is an easy 10 min walk from the docked ship(s). TIP: if Tasmania is the ship’s first Australian port of call, you’ll get caught up is disembarkation delays with the government checks…suggest you book the water ferry no earlier than 10:15 am have your tour start at 11 am. If you miss the water ferry just take an Uber, it’s only a 20 min ride. Build yourself plenty of time to get back to the waterfront - since MONA tours aren’t sanctioned by the cruise ships they will not wait for you.
      Written 11 March 2024
    • jbushman2017
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Thought Provoking, Must See
      This museum is why people come to Hobart. It is World Class and singularly unique in the collection it has and the way the collection is presented. I have visited just about all the great museums in the world but none have made me reexamine my ideas about what is art, how arts speaks to us, what does it mean to perceive something, like this museum. I spent a month in Australia some years ago and even now, it was the visit to this museum that I recount the most to my friends. I revisited the museum in February of this year for a second time and am still enthralled. The founder of this museum has done two things which are unlike the collections of other museums. First, since the primary themes that run through humans lives are thoughts about life, sex and death, the founder offers a collection around these themes that include very contemporary art objects/installations. Secondly the museum does this not by providing a chronological collection, but instead the viewer is encouraged to view the collection anyway they wish. Art pieces are juxtaposed to each other, for example there is an ancient Egyptian figurine here next to a modern statue. I think the goal of the founder was to provide art installations that are provocative and thought provoking. Other reviewers have commented that the collection has sexual things in it and it is true. But to be disgusted about what is displayed speaks to the values viewers bring to a museum. Why should images of sex be seen as disgusting? Everything in this museum is designed to evoke a reaction from the viewer and stimulate them to think. If you are museum lover and are open to new ideas, you must come here. Please note that the ferry in downtown Hobart provides passage to and from the museum and admission tickets to the museum tend to be sold with ferry tickets as well. The ferry/boat docks at the main pier in Hobart and takes 30 minutes to zip up the river to the museum. There are a couple eateries on the property and many outdoor exhibits you need to see as well. When viewing the collection you want to start on the ground floor (which has a full bar and snacks for sale) and Walk upwards to the exit. The museum is housed in an old quarry with rock walls exposed as you move through the museum.
      Written 9 March 2024
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    Mitchell J
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    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Loved the Mona and the ferry but it is grossly overpriced. You are better purchasing everything individually. The vineyard tour is not worth it they just do a 5 min walk through a row of the vines. Would definitely recommend going to Mona but do not buy this package.
    Written 30 December 2022
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    Kevin J
    Brisbane, Australia50 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Apr 2022
    Wonderful architecture within the MONA building. This was a wonderful day out and a must see when visiting Hobart. The "art" can be very confronting but it is very unique in what you would see anywhere else in Australia, let alone the world. But the whole environment is very unique in the way it has been presented. Outside the museum, you are presented with a wonderful outdoor environment, suitable for families with young children. Live music was happening on our visit. The food was excellent, even though you will find no beef or chicken being served, And Tassie wine is very good. Our visit included a 'vine tour' of the Morilla Estate, including wine tasting. In the end it was a day well worth the cost.
    Written 19 April 2022
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    Philip M
    Denver, Colorado10 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is like fine dining at an expensive restaurant. Beautiful presentation a lot of wonderful details. BUT, the meal (art) sucks and the chef (artists/curator) is angry you do not get it. Or says you can’t appreciate fine dining (art). I am going to say it; Bad is Bad. Don’t waste your money, Tasmania has some great places check those out.
    The good: staff, clean, well maintained, restaurants are nice, fast ferry ride.
    The bad: most of, not all, the art is from a negative prospective. Needs balance.
    Written 24 November 2022
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    Shannon
    2 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2023 • Family
    I can appreciate art however unless you are really, really into modern art, don’t waste your time. We left Hobart on the ferry which was a nice trip however the museum was not easy to navigate and very dark. If your time is limited then don’t waste your time. I just didn’t get it.
    Written 1 November 2023
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    LKA
    Brisbane, Australia11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    So much more than I expected. This place is amazing. I was really surprised as I normally hate modern art. Where other places dip there toe in the water of modern art, MONA goes running in butt naked! And it works. It is crazy amazing. I felt like I was on an eccentric billionaires island. Really worth a visit. It takes a whole day. The wine / beer tasting was also a great addition.
    Written 6 February 2023
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    Jayne M
    Brisbane, Australia10 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nov 2023 • Friends
    Ferry to Mona was fantastic. Mona was good, but having read the reviews prior I knew what was expected. The adult themed room would be a bit much for some, however there were warning signs that should be noted. The Source Restaurant was divine another level good. and the food - just on a Moorilla Wine Tasting was fantastic. Jess, our guide was fun, informative and engaging. The grounds and tour was very good and Jess made educational in a fun way. The wine was delicious. The end of the day was relaxing in the bean bags on the lawn sipping our wine away. All in all a good package, but I was disappointed in The Void bar. It was simple and certainly did not live up to the hype.
    Written 9 November 2023
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    Laura S
    Carlsbad, CA63 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Feb 2023
    The MONA is an unforgettable experience. The facilities are over the top beautiful. The exhibits are fun, especially the House of Mirrors! You are surprised, shocked, and tickled with humor around every corner. The wine tasting is not to be missed.
    Written 21 February 2023
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    Joy M
    2 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    The ferry ride was good. The museum structure is amazing. The side stone walls and the tunnel stone is beautiful. The open air area on the roof is amazing. The smell of the food, the music excellent. The modern art very different from others I have been to.
    Written 12 January 2023
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    Lara and Warwick
    Christchurch, New Zealand3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Oct 2023 • Couples
    If you are visiting Hobart, allocate a day for experiencing MONA. It's the perfect destination for all hearts creative, curious, and fascinated by architecture. A highlight for me was hearing staff insights about the man behind the vision...As intriguing as the location! Go, go, go!
    Written 28 November 2023
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    Michael W
    Gold Coast, Australia6 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    May 2022 • Couples
    It used to be amazing.
    Not any more.
    I had been told by many family and friends how wonderful MONA is and that I must go.
    Much of the exhibits are of gross sexual abuse and mutilation, especially of children and more that I do not want describe.
    This is not art.
    So sad.
    A disgusting waste of time and money.

    The physical structure of MONA is beautiful and strongly architectural - more than worthy as the home of a world famous museum - a truly amazing faculty for the presentation of great art.
    The grounds are beautiful, creative and immaculately maintained - well worth visiting and spending time in.
    Written 1 May 2022
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