655 Main Rd, Berriedale
Moorilla was one of Tasmania’s first wineries – opened in 1958 by Claudio Alcorso, an Italian immigrant who, “during WWII was incarcerated by the Australian government an alien enemy.”
In 1995, Moorilla was purchased by David Walsh, with the intent of using the grounds for an art warehouse.
He accomplished this vision when he opened The Museum of Modern & New Art, within the grounds of the Moorallia vineyard.
A visit to Moorilla is easily paired with a visit to MONA. You will need to book a separate ticket to both.