Sydney Luna Park
Sydney Luna Park was officially opened in 1935. One of the main reasons why many people believe it has survived because of it's location on the Sydney Harbour.
Non School Holidays from end Spring Holidays to beginning Summer Holidays
Sunday 10am-6pm. Monday 11am-6pm. Friday 11am - 11pm, Saturday 10am-11pm. Tuesday to Thursday Park is closed. *Saturday 7 November only, 10am - 4pm.
Christmas/Summer School Holidays
Sunday to Thursday 10am-9pm. Friday & Saturday 10am-11pm
Autumn, Winter & Spring School Holidays
Sunday to Thursday 10am-6pm. Friday & Saturday 10am-11pm
Non School Holidays from end Summer Holidays to beginning Spring Holidays
Sunday 10am-6pm. Monday 11am-4pm. Friday & Saturday 11am-10pm. Tuesday to Thursday Park is closed.
Entry to Luna Park is FREE!
Enjoy the wandering around the magical 1930's amusement park, reminiscing your own childhood or simply sit back and relax,
while the kids will enjoy the Luna Park's many exciting amusements and attractions all day long!
For more information call Sydney Luna Park on: 02 9922 6644
Getting There: Luna Park located a short walk from Milsons Point train station. It is the first station on the main Northern line once crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge. From Central Station you pass through Town Hall and Wynard Stations and then across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Milsons Point Station. From Circular Quay or Darling Harbour which stops at Milsons Point (Luna Park) wharf you can also catch a ferry. Luna Park also has parking facilities for around 389 cars (parking fees apply).