A group of people huddle around a fire-pit at Winter Feast. Red string lights scatter the background.



Access our interactive map here. Our Winter Feast interactive stallholders map can be found here, or download a print version here.

Ferry to Mona

Mona’s ferries travel between Brooke Street Pier (on the Hobart waterfront) and Mona every half hour or so, which you can book here. There are 99 steps upon arrival at Mona, and an accessible entrance via the tunnel if you need it—just make yourself known to staff onboard.


We’re offering free car parking at the Regatta Grounds, off McVilly Drive, during Winter Feast. For more car parks around the city see here.


Beam operates 24/7, you’ll find their purple e-scooters artfully scattered throughout Hobart. You’ll need your phone to connect to the Beam app to ride. Scooters are not permitted to be taken into any event sites, so please use the designated scooter parking areas to help keep footpaths clear.

Road Closures

To enhance pedestrian safety, a number of strategic road closures will be in place throughout the month of June.

Castray Esplanade
Wed 5—Wed 26 June (5am-5pm)
From Morrison Street to the rear of Princes Wharf.

Morrison Street
Thu 13, Fri 14 + Thu 20, Fri 21 June (6pm-1am)
Sat 15, Sun 16 + Sat 22, Sun 23 June (3pm-1am)
From Murray Street to Salamanca Place.

Sandy Bay
Fri 21 June (5am-9am)
There will be some traffic management in place for the Nude Solstice Swim on Sandy Bay Road, Beach Road and Long Point Road.


All of our events are cashless, so make sure to bring your card. This applies to all transactions made at our box offices and festival bars.

Lost Property

If you lose something, contact the public hotline on 0447999669 or email feast@darklab.net.au. Please include your full name, a contact phone number and as many details as possible about the item.


Most events are non-smoking. Winter Feast and Night Shift have designated smoking areas. Look for the signs.

Paint The Town Red

Each year, in partnership with Destination Southern Tasmania, we ask local businesses to 'paint the town red' and give interlopers a warm welcome. See the full list of participants here.


See our partners here.

  1. Ticketing


    All ticketed events are now sold out, apart from Winter Feast. Buy your Season Pass here, available until Friday 21 June. You can also buy single day entry tickets on the door.

    Receiving Tickets

    Shortly after ticket purchase, you’ll receive an email containing your digital ticket link. This link contains all your tickets for Dark Mofo and Mona. Treat this link as your ticket—don’t share it around. If you lose your link, you can request a new one here. To prevent scalping, your digital ticket QR codes will become available 12 hours prior to each event.

    Check the fine print on your ticket for more information. If you're having issues accessing your ticket, please contact Bookings & Enquiries on tickets@mona.net.au or +61 (3) 6277 9978.


    No refunds or exchanges, unless applicable under Australian Consumer Law. Please see our Terms + Conditions for more information.


    Due to reduced festival resources, our resales service will not be offered this year. If you can no longer attend The Mona Gala or Night Shift, we suggest you gift your ticket to a friend. Winter Feast Season Passes may not be resold on any platform.


    There is no general waitlist. Waitlists for specific sold out events may show up on individual event pages, so keep your eyes peeled. Subscribe for updates on any ticket releases.


    If you are selling tickets at a premium, we will cancel your order. If you purchase a ticket from a third party, we can’t guarantee that the ticket will be valid, and you also lose all consumer rights—including the right to a refund (even if you have a valid reason). All tickets have a unique barcode that can only be used once (and can be cancelled by the powers that be, should you not play ball).

    Pass Outs + Lockouts

    Pass outs are available for some events, and will be clearly marked on your ticket. If you require a pass out, get a wristband or stamp from event staff before leaving the venue. Re-entry to all events is subject to capacity.

    Booking Fees

    A $6 booking fee applies to each transaction, unless you only grab a Nude Solstice Swim ticket, or purchase tickets on the door (at the advertised door price).

  2. Accessibility

    Venue Accessibility

    Most of our venues are wheelchair accessible, with some exceptions or limitations. Check out the venue map for more detailed accessibility information.

    If you have questions, need further information, or have any advice or feedback on accessibility, please contact Bookings & Enquiries at tickets@mona.net.au or +61 (3) 6277 9978.

    Sensory Information

    Some events may include low lighting, fire, wood smoke, strobe lighting, haze effects, sudden noises, and intense volume. Many events will have large crowds. Outdoor events are all-weather. Please check each event page for details; we’ve tried to provide as much information as possible to help you make the right decision for you. Please call +61 (3) 6277 9978 or email tickets@mona.net.au with any questions.

    Companion Cards

    We offer Companion Card tickets to all Dark Mofo events. To book Companion Card tickets, please contact Bookings & Enquiries at tickets@mona.net.au or +61 (3) 6277 9978. Please present your Companion Card on entry.

    Winter Feast Visual Story

    How to prepare for your visit and what to expect
    To help prepare for your Winter Feast experience, we have a visual story. You can download it here.

    Accessibility Services

    Accessible seating is available at Winter Feast, inside the wharf shed at each end of the building. Look out for tables with signs and grey chairs. Seats are sturdy, with straight backs; some have armrests. Beach wheelchairs are available for the Nude Solstice Swim through Surf Lifesaving Tasmania.

    Quiet Area

    A Quiet Area will be available at Winter Feast, to the left of the main entrance. Ask staff if you need directions.


    Many of our events, especially Winter Feast, require queueing for entry, food + drink. If queueing at venue entry is not accessible for you, please approach our front of house staff for assistance.

    Accessible Parking

    Accessible parking is available across Hobart, at or near most of our venues. The City of Hobart has more detailed information about inner city parking here.

    Assistance Animals

    Guide Dogs and Assistance Animals are welcome at all our venues and events. Some events include loud noises and lighting which may be unsuitable for some Guide Dogs and Assistance Animals—please check specific event details for more information.

    Plain Text Program

    You can download our plain text program in .docx or .pdf format.

    Sensory/Relaxed Sessions at Winter Feast with Young Leaders of Tasmania

    Young Leaders of Tasmania will be onsite at Winter Feast to assist in private, sensory-friendly sessions for people with disability and their families. These sessions are closed to the public and open only to registrants, for more information and to register please click here.

  3. City of Hobart Winter Feast


    The Feast is an outdoor event and Tasmanian weather is infamously unpredictable. Dress appropriately for rain, hail or shine, and the unsurprising winter chill. Shelter is not guaranteed and entry is always subject to capacity.


    Week One
    Thu 13–Sun 16 June

    Week Two
    Thu 20–Sun 23 June


    Grab your nightly entry ticket at the door from 4pm. The Feast is free after 9pm nightly, all day on Sunday 18 + Sunday 23 June and for under 16s accompanied by a parent or guardian.

    Season Pass

    The Season Pass grants you entry to every night of the Feast. Jump the queue or come and go as you please. Pass-outs are available with a Season Pass—just retrieve a stamp before exiting. If Season Passes sell out, don't panic. Nightly tickets are available on the door.

    Under 18s

    Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. After 9pm, children aged 16 and 17 must also be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Group numbers may be limited and unaccompanied minors will be required to show ID.

    Feast Map

    View our interactive Winter Feast map here, by clicking on stallholder numbers, or download a print version here.


    We do our best to prevent queueing issues, but queues happen to the best of us. When you get here, allow extra time to buy your tickets and enter the site, especially during peak times. Not a fan of queues? Jump them by purchasing a Season Pass.

    Pass Outs

    No pass outs for door sales—if you exit the venue, you will need to queue and purchase another ticket to re-enter.

    Zero Waste

    Gluttony without the guilt. Winter Feast strives to be a zero waste event, and this year we’re upscaling our reusable crockery program again. Food sourced indoors will be served in the usual compostable containers, but alfresco eats will now be plated on reusable metal crockery. Once you’ve taken your fill, your plates, bowls and utensils can be dropped off at the signed Plate + Scrape areas.

    Our reusable cup system is back, and includes all beer, wine and cider bought anywhere within the Feast. It’s a $6 deposit for the cup, $5 of which will be returned if you bring it to the Festival Bars or the cup return station as you exit the event. You can swap your cup for a fresh one or another kind at any time.

    We’ll have free water stations throughout the event as well—bring your favourite water bottle and make sure you stay hydrated during the revelry.

    Reusable plates, cups and cutlery provided in partnership with the Department of State Growth.

  4. Other Stuff


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    Berriedale, Tasmania, 7011

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