Getting Here Accessibility | Luna Park Sydney

Getting Here Accessibility

GETTING HERE

Accessibility

Luna Park prides itself on being an attraction for everyone.

All our promenades and venues are wheelchair accessible and the friendly Luna Park team are always on hand to help with any of your special needs or requirements. Service animals are permitted within Luna Park Sydney (domestic animals are prohibited).

If making a booking for a show or concert and requiring special assistance or more information on accessibility to any of Luna Park’s many attractions, please contact Luna Park Guest Relations on +61 2 9922 6644 for more advice and assistance.

For ride accessibility information, please view the Ride Access Guide.

In 2015 Luna Park Sydney was recognised as Runner Up for the Accessibility Award at the Better Business Awards 2015.

Better Business Awards 2015 Runner Up

  • GETTING HERE

    By Ferry

    Milsons Point Wharf will be temporarily closed from 27 April 2017 for approximately 6 months, as the wharf is expanded as a part of the Transport Access Program. During the temporary closure ferry services will operate to Jeffrey Street Wharf, Kirribilli, a short walk under the Harbour Bridge from Luna Park Sydney.

    Please note that Jeffrey Street Wharf is not wheelchair accessible. Guests requiring wheelchair access should consider using train or bus services to access Luna Park Sydney during this time, or alighting at McMahons Point Wharf.

    Premier cruise company Captain Cook Cruises also operates to Luna Park, with a choice of ferries from Circular Quay or a 24 Hour Hop On Hop Off Harbour Explorer, visiting up to 9 must-see destinations, including Luna Park Sydney.

    By Train

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    By Train

    Milsons Point train station on the north side of the Harbour is the closest to Luna Park.

    Elevated off the ground and the busy freeways to the Harbour Bridge and parklands of Kirribilli (home to the Australian prime minister, no less), it offers beautiful views north and south, sitting between the bustle of North Sydney CBD and the DBS (Deep Blue Sea).

    Travelling north Milsons Point Station is the first stop after Wynyard station in the city. Travelling south it’s immediately after North Sydney station. Milsons Point station can be found on both the ‘Northern Line’ and ‘North Shore and Western Line’.

    From the station, Luna Park is an easy five minute stroll downhill towards the Harbour.

     

    Accommodation

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    By Bus

    Sydney buses run regularly and reliably. Many North Shore bus routes pass the nearby North Sydney Station and/or terminate at Milsons Point (just a five minute stroll from Luna Park) so they’re a fast, easy and picturesque way to get to Luna Park.

    Private buses are regular visitors too. Coaches may drop off and pick up passengers at North Sydney Pool at the bottom of Alfred St South and Olympic Drive. Coach parking is available at Henry Lawson Avenue, located at the end of nearby Blues Point Road.

     

    By Ferry

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    By Car

    Wondering where to park when you visit? Luna Park has its own car park!

    Here you’ll find 389 space secure spaces, available to guests during Park opening hours.

    Take the easy option and drive right on into the fun. Entry to the car park is via Paul Street, just off Alfred St South, Milsons Point.

    The following rates apply:

    • 0-1 hour  $9  
    • 1-2 hours  $16  
    • 2-3 hours  $23  
    • 3-4 hours  $29  
    • 4 hours +  $35  

    The fees above apply per 24 hour period. Maximum vehicle height is 1.9 metres. Hours of operation are 7am to 3am (No vehicle entry after midnight - exit only between midnight & 3am).  

    By Bus

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