Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park Sydney opened on the 4th October 1935 and has been closed for renovation several times since. Today it is one of the oldest and largest amusement parks in the world.

Luna Park Sydney has more than 20 rides and lots of other amusements. Be aware that some of the rides closes temporarily due to maintenance. You can see which rides are open and closed on the parks’ official website.

Entry price and tickets

The entry prices in Luna Park Sydney range from $25 – $57 for the daily passes. Buying you tickets online will save your $2 – $4 per pass. There are three different passes: red, green and yellow. They are bases on the wearers height, so that small children pay less than higher children and of course also adults.

Annual passes are also available. They range from $109 for one year to $355 for 5 years. As with the daily passes the annual passes can be bought cheaper online.

They also have special deals on tickets like the “Mini money mondays” or “Twilight saver” tickets.

Opening hours

Luna Park Sydney is closed tuesdays to thursdays and open fridays to mondays. During shool holidays it is usually open all days. The same goes for december and january where it is open almost all days.

The opening hours are normally the following:

Weekday Opening hours
Mondays 11.00 – 16.00
Fridays and saturdays 11.00 – 22.00
Sundays 10.00 – 18.00

Contact information

Luna Park Sydney
1 Olympic Drive
Milsons Point NSW

Tel: +612 9033 7540


You can go to Luna Park Sydney by ferry, where you have to take the ferry to Milsons Point Wharf. You can learn more about the ferry route and timestables on the  NSW Transport website.

You can also go to to Luna Park Sydney with Captain Cook Cruises, which is a high-end cruise company.


Below you will find some images and a video of Luna Park Sydney.

Luna Park Sydney is one of the oldest funfairs in the world
Image credit: Steve Collis –


Luna Park Sydney with its' ferris wheel
Image credit: Annie Spratt –