Luna Park Sydney is a superbly restored 1930’s amusement park where everyone goes… just for fun!
Luna Park first opened in 1935 and has since become an outstanding and important feature of Sydney’s Harbour 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 Park itself synonymous with fun.
In 2004, Luna Park reopened under new management. Since then over one million people have walked through the iconic Face each year. Just about every Sydneysider and visitor has their own fond memories of Luna Park. Perhaps you have a fond memory or experience of Luna Park? Share your memories
Luna Park Sydney is much more than an amusement park. It’s an entertainment precinct where you can see shows and concerts in the Big Top, or enjoy an intimate meal with spectacular Harbour views at The Deck Sydney. You can throw a party for the kids, have your dream wedding, or even host a gala event for up to 2,000 in one the state of the art Crystal Palace Venues.
Luna Park Sydney approaches the operation of all function and event venues, including the amusement park, with sustainable ideals in mind. View the Luna Park Sydney Sustainability Vision.
Want to know more about the history of Luna Park? Check out the historical time line, or purchase a copy of the book ‘Luna Park Just for Fun’ by Sam Marshall , or DVD ‘Spirits of the Carnival’ from the Luna Park Merchandise Shop.
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