655 Main Road, Berriedale


Museum of Old and New Art, created by David Walsh.


Most of Mona is accessible, with some limitations. Staff can help you navigate.

We recommend catching the ferry to Mona. There is an accessible entrance via tunnel if you need it. If this is you, make yourself known to staff on the ferry. The ferry departs Hobart from Brooke Street Pier (accessible via lift and ramp entrance).

If driving to Mona, accessible parking spots are located in the main car park, approximately 300m from the museum entrance. Go to the top of the driveway, turn left and look for the signs. Alternatively, get dropped off at the bus stop at the top of the drive, approximately 200m from the museum entrance.

The Museum Box Office and Information Desk have hearing loops available.

Refer to the O device or ask staff to point you in the direction of accessible bathrooms—there are four in the museum, and two in other buildings on site.

If you need somewhere quiet for a break, try the parent and carer room on B3. You are also welcome to leave the museum and re-enter subject to capacity. Speak to gallery staff if you need assistance.

If you still have questions, contact Bookings & Enquiries on or +61 (3) 6277 9978. View detailed information about accessibility at Mona.

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