Luna Park SydneyCurrently Closed
- Address: 1 Olympic Dr, Milsons Point NSW 2061, Australia, Sydney
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-299226644
- Ticket Price: 46 AUD
- Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
- Tags: Amusement Park, Theme Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Train Ride, Rides
Luna Park Sydney - Review
The Luna Park is a well known and much visited recreational park in Sydney. It is situated upon the north coast of the Sydney Harbour. It is highly modernised and equipped with various recreational features. The arrangement and distribution of the various units of the Luna Park starts with the big smiling face replica known as The Face, placed at the entrance. This is followed by the widest stretch of amusement-known as the Midway. The other featuring complexes of the Park are the famous Crystal Palace, the fun filled Big Top, the vibrant Coney Island, and the amusing Maloney’s Corner.
These are the Rotor which underwent renovation, the Carousel of the Racing Horses and Commander Baldocks Galloping Horses, the Skylab Ferris Wheel, White Mouse, Tango Train, Dodgem City, Tumblebug, Ranger, Spider, and plenty of other rides for children. Because of its vast domain of splendour, amusements and colour, the Luna Park is an extremely grand tourist attraction in Sydney.
Luna Park Sydney Ticket Prices
- Ticket prices vary according to the height.
- Height 130 cm+: $45.95
- Height 106- 129 cm: $35.95
- Height 85-105 cm: $25.105
Luna Park Sydney Opening and Closing Hours
- Luna Park remains closed on Tuesday, Wenesday and Thursday
- There are different operating hours for different days.
- Fridays: 11am-11pm
- Saturdays: 10am-11pm
- Sundays: 10am- 6 pm
- Monday: 11am-4pm
How To reach Luna Park Sydney by Public Transport
- Many North shore buses will take you to North Sydney Station which is close by.
Restaurants Near Luna Park Sydney
- Fish ‘n’ Sips
- The Lighthouse Cafe
- Streets Scoops Icecream Parlour
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Things to Know Before Visiting Luna Park Sydney
45.05% of people who visit Sydney include Luna Park Sydney in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
45.41% of people start their Luna Park Sydney visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Luna Park Sydney
83.02% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Luna Park Sydney
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A small place for fun and hangout with small kids. The entry is free, the fee is only for rides, they don't have very many rides though the unlimited ticket is A$55 for yellow (tallest size) pass and above (as per height) and two rides are for A$22, so it's worth taking unlimited pass. The parents can go free if kids are on yellow line, else you will have to accompany the kids on rides and take a discounted accompany pass as well. I feel, with change of time, they should improve and enhance the park because this is the only theme park in entire Sydney.
Great fun for the family. Best ages for kids would be 5-15years old. Definitely suggest buying the unlimited rides passes or the annual pass if you're a Sydney local. Pack a lunch and have a picnic in the picnic area is a great way to save on good. All the staff were friendly and enthusiastic.
We loved visiting Luna Park by ferry from Circular Quay. Beautiful travelling there after 6pm and during the day with beautiful blue skies. We got off at Milsons Point I think and walked under the harbour bridge to Luna Park. Beautiful walk taking in the magnificent harbour, views of the city, opera house, The Rocks, nature and gardens. Kids went on rides and I wandered around enjoying the atmosphere. Night time was beautiful with all the coloured lights and the view of lights across the harbour. No entry fee you only pay for the rides.
The Luna Park is fun but too expensive for my liking! My daughter which is 8 years old paid $55 dollars for a day of unlimited rides, same cost as an adult. And to accompany my youngest daughter I paid other $50 (25+25), and the rides for the little ones are limited. Not to mention the parking that is very expensive too, around $30 for 3 hours. And other money for the games, so a day out for a family can easily amount to $200+, I find it a bit too much.
What I loved the most about this amusement park is its view over Sydney´s skyline, which is simply astonishing! Having a passion for city skylines, I couldn't miss the opportunity to check out this place. Skyscrapers, the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, palm trees, the reflection of the lights on the water, everything combined together makes the panorama an incredibly nice experience, especially at night. Even though the entrance of the park freaks me out a bit (with this crazy clown face) I have to say, it's a funny experience, especially for families. The park´s rides are quite average though, nothing special. As I said, in my opinion, what makes this place great it's the view. Perfect for those who want to have Sydney´s perfect postcard picture.