Mona Pavilions

Name of hotel

Mona Pavilions


Year opened

Four opened in 2009, four opened in 2011.



The hotel is located on a peninsula and all pavilions have water views of the River Derwent. Mona is located just north of Hobart, approximately 25 minutes by ferry.


Walking distance to:

As the Pavilions are located on site at Mona, guests have free entry to the museum. 


Size and style:

All contemporary pavilions are named after Australian artists (Charles, Arthur, Sidney and Brett) and architects (Roy, Robin, Walter and Esmond). Each pavilion features artworks from the Mona collection. 


On site drinking and dining facilities:

Source Restaurant: seasonal local produce presented by executive chef Vince Trim. The Source Restaurant’s wine list features more than ten thousand bottles from around the world. Breakfast in The Source restaurant is included for Pavilion guests.

Wine Bar: serves seasonal treats, share plates, breads and pastries during the day and opens for dinner on Wednesday and Thursday evenings when guests can sample The Golden Hour – a communal dining experience with a 3-course set menu.
Museum Café: coffee, lunch and treats are available at the Café, located at the Museum’s entrance.
Cellar Door: tastings of the full range of Moorilla wine and Moo Brew beer are available at the Cellar Door.


On-site facilities:


Yes, complimentary parking.




Yes - an infinity pool and sauna. 





Yes, complimentary.

Turndown service


24 hour reception


24 hour room service

No - room service is from 6pm to 8pm daily. 

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Weather to go

Summer in Tasmania is between December to February, with temperatures between 12 and 21 degrees Celsius and the occasional spike into the 30s. Autumn is a good alternative to the busy summer season, running from March to May, with temperatures ranging from 9 to 17 degrees. The weather is generally calm and sunny, providing an ideal climate for touring and walking. Between June and August Tasmania experiences its coldest temperatures and highest snowfall. 


Best places to stay

Known for its rugged wilderness and remarkable parks and reserves, Tasmania is a favourite among travellers looking to immerse themselves in nature. Secluded lodges and isolated eco-retreats are common outside the capital, while Hobart offers a a modest selection of luxury and design hotel options, seeped in the local history of the area. To ensure you experience the very best on offer on your visit the writers at Luxury Travel magazine have compiled their independent list of the best hotels to stay in Tasmania. See the full list of the best places to stay in Tasmania here.

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