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Getting to Mona


From $28–$60 return trip (same-day travel only)

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Mona is located on the banks of the River Derwent in Berriedale, eleven kilometres north of Hobart—approximately twenty-five minutes by water, or twenty minutes by road.

Sail here by high-speed, camouflaged ferry. It travels regularly between Hobart and Mona, departing Hobart from Brooke Street Pier on the waterfront.

There are 99 steps upon arrival at Mona. There’s an accessible entrance via tunnel if you need it. Just make yourself known to staff onboard. But David says you have to take the stairs if you’re able.

Ferry terminal parking
If you're driving to our ferry terminal at Brooke Street Pier, we recommend parking in the multi-storey car parks in Argyle Street, Centrepoint or Market Place, or in the Dunn Place off-street car park. These will give you 3 or more hours of parking. We think you'll need it.
A list of Hobart car parks is available here.
Accessible parking spaces close to Brooke Street Pier can be found along Franklin Wharf, Salamanca Place and Castray Esplanade.
There’s a drop-off area directly in front of Brooke Street Pier.

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