Luna Park Sydney sits on the edge of Sydney Harbour in Milson’s Point and has been welcoming families with its toothy grin since 1935.
Take in the amazing harbour views and Sydney skyline with a ride on the Ferris Wheel or if you are a thrill seeker jump on the Wild Mouse for 61 sensational seconds of pulse-pounding, nerve-shredding fun that dips you and zips you around a 400-metre ride circuit high above Luna Park and out over the Sydney Harbour waters before flinging you at terrifying speed back to terra firma.
Coney Island will take you back in time with an old school funhouse complete with mirror maze, slides and joy wheel.
For food on the go stop by the Coney Island Cafe or Lighthouse Cafe for fun park favourites like Turkish rolls, various muffins, meat pies, hot dogs and corn dogs.
A fun park isn’t a fun park without sideshow games. Try your luck on the laughing clowns, Knockems or Shooting Gallery to win yourself a prize.
Entry to the park is free however you will need to purchase tickets if you intend to go on the rides. There are many ticket options to choose from depending on your requirements.
Luna Park is located at Milsons Point, under the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It’s super easy to get to by train, ferry, bus or car. Entry to the car park is via Paul Street, just off Alfred St South, Milsons Point and is priced per hour from $10 for one hour to $39 for 4+ hours.
Located right next to the Ferry terminal, the city is a short distance where you can explore other city attractions.
With a backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge, North Sydney Olympic Pool has to the most stunning pool in Sydney and is perfect place to take a dip on those hot summer days.
Kirribilli is a short walking distance from Luna Park and many cafes and eateries can be found there when looking for sustenance.