The Museum of Old and New Art has launched a two-day tourism experience which involves a private dinner with its creator David Walsh at a cost of $50,000 per person.
The experience is part of a wider tourism campaign by Cultural Attractions of Australia which sets to promote the country's iconic arts and cultural heritage scene.
The new two-day MONA experience includes dinner at the Source Restaurant accompanied by wine from Mr Walsh's private collection as well as breakfast and lunch at the Faro bar and restaurant.
Patrons will be flown by private jet from anywhere in Australia to MONA and bed down in its five-star, on-site luxury accommodation.
The package includes a guided tour of the museum by the head curator and a VIP tour of the Moorilla Winery with the winemaker.
For $375 a head, the museum has on offer a Rockstar Afternoon experience which includes a lunch prepared by Faro's "rockstar head chef" Vince Trim.
This would be followed by exclusive access to James Turrell's exhibition Seen Unseen/Weight of Darkness.
And for $1500 a head, the museum has offered access to more of Turrell's works, a degustation dinner at Faros, overnight accommodation, and breakfast at The Source.
An unique experience at the Port Arthur Historical Site is another of the 22 nationwide iconic experiences.
Visitors who want to pay $900 a head for the experience will be put in the shoes of notable Port Arthur individuals and eat, sleep and live how they did by going behind bars.
Dinner will be provided by the site's head chef in the evening.