How to get from Battery Point to MONA
MONA (museum of old & new art) is David Walsh’s masterpiece and a must-see when in Hobart. It’s around 11km north of our location but easily accessible from by ferry or bus from Brooke Street Pier, just a short walk from the Grand Old Duke. Car hire is not necessary.
Allow at least a half day to roam the museum and exhibition plus extra for breakfast or lunch at the Source restaurant, drinks down in the Void Bar or relaxing on the lawn. Take your time and soak up this truly unique experience.
Here’s some basic info to help get you there.
MONA MUSEUM HOURS
Museum only price varies seasonally but expect to pay $20-28 for adults or $15-$20 for concessions. Tasmanians and under 18s free.
Buy tickets here.
Transport is additional.
We definitely recommend the Ferry! Relax, order a drink and sit on a sheep. You’ll get a bonus tour of the Derwent River on your way. The journey takes around 25 minutes. $22 per person return or one-way from Brooke Street Pier on the Hobart waterfront. Book tickets online or from the ticket office inside the Pier.
*There are 99 steps from the ferry terminal to the museum entrance. To avoid the stairs, take the bus.
Phone +61 (3) 6277 9978
BY BUS: MONA ROMA
$22 per person return or one-way from Brooke Street Pier on the Hobart waterfront. Book tickets online or from the ticket office inside the Pier.
$22 per person return or one way from Brooke Street Pier
Address: Mona, 655 Main Road, Berriedale, Tasmania.
Drive yourself and park onsite. Allow around 20 minutes from Battery Point.
Prices vary. Phone 131 008.
Rent a bike from Brooke Street Pier or MONA itself for around $20. You can follow the bike path all the way to the museum.
For up-to-date information, please visit the website – https://mona.net.au