Sydney: Luna Park


Luna Park. Image Courtesy: City of Sydney Council website

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Luna Park Sydney is a heritage-listed amusement park on the northern shore of Sydney Harbour. The park was constructed during 1935 and is located approximately 600 metres from the northern approaches of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

You can ride on the Tango Train or the nostalgic favourite, the beautifully restored Ferris Wheel. Enjoy carnival favourites such as hot dogs, fairy floss, ice-cream and more. Salads, sandwiches, burgers and rotisserie chicken are available from the New Helter Skelter Café. You can also visit The Deck with spectacular Harbour views for a meal or a drink.


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