Not only does Luna Park Sydney provide hours of fun for all ages, it is also a restored 1930s theme park with a magical early 20th century charm about it.

Situated on the glorious Sydney Harbour, the Park contains heart-racing rides and attractions including the Wild Mouse, an exhilarating roller coaster; the Tango Train, a disco themed forward and backward spinning ride, as well as the famous Ferris Wheel, the fabulously restored antique carousel and the refurbished 1930s fun house Coney Island which contains a heap of nostalgic rides such as the Giant Slides, Turkey Trot, Wonky Walk, Mirror Maze and Barrels of Fun.

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The street entertainment is just as fun as the rides, with free street shows all day and quirky Park characters walking around the Park meeting and greeting kids. There are a number of sideshow games as well where people can test their skills, such as on the Laughing Clowns, the Crazy Crooners and the Shooting Gallery.

As well as classic carnival food such as fairy floss and snow cones there are also a number of different places to eat like Fish ‘n’ Sips where guests can enjoy a glass of wine while they eat one of the delicious healthy options on offer like vegetarian noodles, fruit salads and grilled fish, the Lighthouse Café offers traditional carnival food such as hot dogs, pies and Pluto dogs, and Scoops Parlour has an ice-cream flavour for everyone!

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There’s something very magical about Luna Park Sydney – you should experience it for yourself.

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