Sydney's Luna Park is a heritage-listed historical amusement park, which opened in 1935. Based on the enormous smiling faces at Luna Park St Kilda and Steeplechase Park in the United States, Luna Park's 9 metre wide smiling Face, as well as its flanking towers, have presided over the main entrance for almost all of the park's 70-year history.
Rides include Wild Mouse Originally built on site in 1962. It takes you 15 metres above ground while hurling along a 400 metre track in 61 seconds!; Coney Island Australia's only authentic 1930s fun house takes everyone back to their childhood; Dodgems; Tumble Bug Throw your hands in the air as this ride takes you up then down and around and around; Ranger A futuristic pirate ship, this vessel rocks forwards and backwards, stops upside down and even does a complete 360 degree spin;Flying Saucer Spin horizontally faster and faster before soaring 18 metres high in the sky; Ferris Wheel ; Tango Train Its disco theme and bright lights will thrill you as you're taken to top speed - forwards then backwards; Carousel and many other rides.
Please check http://www.lunaparksydney.com/opening-hours for current opening hours.
Entry to the Park is free. All rides have height requirements. Tickets are priced and sold according to your height (measured with shoes on). Please check http://www.lunaparksydney.com/buy-tickets for further details.