1 review of Luna Park in English
Luna Park opened in 1935 and is still going strong. Entry is free but rides cost you. Get the ferry to Milsons Point and walk through the big welcoming face hanging between two 35-metre models of the Chrysler Building in New York.
This is a great place for children, of course. Among the rides are: Wild Mouse (zoom along 400 metres of track in 61 seconds while 15 metres off the ground); the Ferris Wheel (takes you 40 metres up and gives you some of the best sights of Sydney you could possibly wish for); Coney Island is a section where you could enjoy all sorts of old-fashioned fun rides: four huge slides where you ride while sitting on sacking - and two evil-looking vertical drop affairs. Also available at Coney Island are the Wonkey Walk, the Barrel o’ Fun, the Turkey Trot and the Joy Wheel. Other Luna Park rides include the Flying Saucer, the Rotor and the Tango Train.
Right outside the entrance to Luna Park is a Public Swimming Pool if you need to cool off after some hair-rasing experiences.
Comment Be the first to comment on this review for Luna Park
Write your review of Luna Park
Places nearby Luna Park
Your bookmark has been removed
Your bookmark has been saved
Did you know?
You can access your bookmarks from our mobile apps!
From now on, we'll make sure you get updates about this place.