FOR A BETTER VIEWING EXPERIENCE MAKE IT LARGER
Every Sydney resident and visitor has their own fond memories of Luna Park. This nostalgic continuum is the overriding feature of the Park’s new life. Under the new development, Luna Park will retain its colourful 1930’s fun park personality, including the famous main entrance Face and Towers. The key rides and amusements which give Luna Park its heart and soul will be retained and supplemented with new attractions. Features to stay include Coney Island, the Wild Mouse, Dodgem Cars, Tumblebug, Rotor, Ferris Wheel and Tango. The Big Dipper was removed in July 2001 and found a new home at Queensland’s Dreamworld. A new children’s ride area and playground will also be developed to the north of Coney Island. With seating, shade cover and its own café/kiosk, this will be an attractive area for young families.
Luna Park first opened in 1935 and has since become a most outstanding and recognisable feature of Sydney Harbour’s northern foreshore. Located near the northern pylon of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Face and Towers of Luna Park have become iconic to the people of Sydney, and the venue itself synonymous
The Face that everybody recognises