Luna Park Sydney

Kids of all ages will love spending a day at Luna Park

Entrance to Luna Park at night
Entrance to Luna Park at night cc licensed photo by Nicki Mannix

Luna Park is an amusement Park, situated at Milsons Point, on the North Shore of the beautiful Sydney Harbour. It is readily accessible by a quick and scenic 5-minute ride on Sydney Ferries, or if preferred, by city bus or train.

This park is one of Australia's most familiar amusement parks. Since February 19th, 2010 it is listed on the State Heritage register. This assures the park is protected and can be appreciated for many years to come.

This fun and exciting amusement park first opened October 4th, 1935 and has been closed and restored a few times over the years. After all the years and changes the well-known entrance still shows off its popular smiling face and towers even though there have been several changes to them over the years — eight different faces in all, with the last one made in 1994 which was based on the 1950s version of Old King Cole and made out of polyurethane.

There is no cost to enter the park, which is great for parents that prefer to pay for their kids to go on the rides while they watch and enjoy the ambience of the park. Usually, the park is not too busy and queues for the rides are reasonable, allowing you to get plenty of rides in during your visit.

If you really want to save money while enjoying the excitement of the lively amusement park, you can pack your own picnic. There are plenty of picnic areas in and around Luna Park such as Lavender Green located at the back of the park, Watt Park with its exotic trees, picnic tables and heritage theme playground or underneath Harbour Bridge you will find Bradfield Park, but there are even more to choose from. It might be best to ask the staff which would be the best spot to picnic in on the day you arrive as sometimes the beautiful areas are reserved for special events.

If picnicking is not your thing, no worries. There are many outlets and restaurants for every mood and taste. Whether you are looking for a romantic meal or a group lunch, the Deck is perfect. It has a wide variety of both food and cocktails on the menu. Sit back, relax and soak up the spectacular panoramic views that spread out over Sydney harbour extending to the Harbour Bridge, Botanical Gardens, Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay.

Fish 'n' Sips is a great place to enjoy fresh beer batter dipped fish and chips, pizzas, sandwiches, salads and more while relaxing and sipping on a glass of wine or a cold beer with your sit down meal.

If you don't want to stop to eat and are still hungry, you are in luck as there are more than enough venues for you to sit down at or to grab a quick bite and go. Satisfy your hunger pains with old time carnival treats, such as sweet rolls, fairy floss (cotton candy), ice cream and more. Stop by the Coney Island Cafe for a quick snack like a Turkish roll, croissant, danish or a variety of muffins or at the Lighthouse Cafe, where you can pick up hot dogs, hamburgers, corn dogs, and meat pies.

Luna amusement park and Coney Island Funhouse have a wide selection of amusement rides: wild and crazy rides such as the The Wild Mouse Roller Coaster or the Hair Raiser for those seeking thrills, rides that toss, turn and bump you all about and mild or romantic rides with gorgeous views like the Ferris wheel or the Carousel with 1,640 twinkling lights. There is also a Mirror Maze, fast, slippery slides and many rides for the children to enjoy and get excited about. Keep in mind that there is a height restriction.

What is an amusement park without sideshow games? Luna park delivers in this area as well. There are lively and entertaining games where you can show off you skills and impress that special someone or keep the prizes you win all to yourself.

Facts For Your Visit


There is no fee to enter the park. You can purchase Day Passes for the rides. Prices are based on the height of the rider. You can also buy 2 for 1 ride passes that are valid on Saturday nights after 6pm. These must be purchased online from the Luna Park website linked below.

Category: Amusement Parks Venues & Event Spaces

Address: 1 Olympic Dr
Milsons Point New South Wales 2061

Phone: +61 2 9033 7676


Yelp Rating:
3 out of 5 3 Star Rating
Based on 43 Reviews.

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5 Star Rating I absolutely could not resist vising this iconic place! And honestly the front entrance totally reminds me of Attach on Titan and I just had to get a... Read More

Ariana K. Feb-27-2020

1 Star Rating The rainbow bubble gum icecream is so bad don't eat it, you will die. To everyone ate it rip:( Read More

Random P. Mar-04-2023

3 Star Rating If you grew up watching the Mary-Kate and Ashley movie Our Lips are Sealed, you'll immediately know of this theme park in Sydney, Australia. We went one... Read More

Niki B. Aug-13-2021

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Train or Ferry Line Nearest Station Walking Time
F3Milsons Point1 minute
T1Milsons Point6 minutes

How to get to Luna Park Sydney by Train or Ferry

It's easy to get to Luna Park. The easiest way from Central Sydney is to take the F3 Parramatta Ferry From Circular Quay Wharf 5 which stops adjacent to the entrance to Luna Park on Milsons Point.

You can download a Luna Park Ferries Timetable here or use our 'instant directions' feature above to find the next sailing.

From some locations it may be quicker or more convenient to take Sydney Trains line T1 to Milsons Point Station and walk down to the park entrance which takes about 6 minutes.

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