LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS ARE COMING

Lunar New Year is a truly dazzling celebration observed by a number of cultures, and Luna Park Sydney is thrilled to be part of the 2023 festivities!

Come down to our iconic Park on Saturday the 21st of January as we celebrate the Chinese year of the Rabbit and the Vietnamese year of the Cat with traditional food and entertainment, complemented by beautiful Park decor. 

 

OUR TANTALISING LUNAR NEW YEAR MENU

Our limited-time Lunar New Year menu offers a taste of something new at the Park! We are offering 4 special menu items so you can elevate your Park experience as you engage in long-held traditions complemented by flavourful cuisine. 

What's on offer?

·         Kung Pao Chicken Wings

·         Szechuan Salt and Pepper Squid

·         Peking Duck Spring Rolls

·         Blood Orange Sorbet (Served with a red cone!)

SEE THE LION PERFORM!

Witness the spectacular that is a traditional Lion dance at 2pm! This performance will dance it's way down the Midway to the Face, moving to the powerful rhythm of drums and cymbals, performing alongside the colourful lion. The lion's dance is thought to chase away evil spirits and bring good fortunate to the coming year. The captivating display goes for 20 minutes and concludes with the lion gobbling up a head of lettuce to find the money inside, tossing aside each leaf in a lively fashion to spread prosperity and wealth to onlookers. Come visit our park to witness this high-energy lion performance and immerse yourself in the traditions associated with Lunar New Year. 

 

YEAR OF THE RABBIT

Our Chinese new year Rabbit will be out and about handing out fortune cookies to all of our park goers – what will your fortune be? 

Rabbit Appearances:

11:30 - 12:00

12:30 - 1:00

1:30 - 2:00

2:30 to 3:00

3:30 - 4:00

Book early and save – tickets from just $34* for unlimited rides, and entry to the park is FREE if you don’t want to go on rides!

*Standards terms and dynamic pricing applies

 

We hope to see you on the 21st to celebrate Lunar New Year. Gong hei fat choy! Wishing you great happiness and prosperity!