With its iconic skyline, world-famous landmarks, and picturesque waterfront, Sydney is photogenic from all angles. Whether you want to see it from the skies, the tallest building, or from the water, here's where to find the best views in Sydney.
Luna Park Sydney
1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point, New South Wales, 2061
Take on popular attractions such as the dizzying Spider, Wonky Walk fun house, classic carousel, and giant ferris wheel. Or, try your hand at midway games for an additional fee. Multiple dining options are offered inside the park, from sweet treat vendors and casual cafés to bars and full-menu restaurants.
Admission to Luna Park is free, but unlimited ride passes are required to enjoy the attractions. Passes can be purchased in advance or at the gate and are based on height, as not all rides are suitable for young children.
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Don't miss this one it's a lot of fun and an exciting adventure on they beautiful Sydney Harbour ... Okay for old and young ...we absolutely loved the twists and turns as we jetted around the harbour
Pauline_R, Jan 2022
Things to Know Before You Go
Enclosed shoes are required for many attractions, so it’s best to avoid wearing flip-flops or sandals.
Outside food is allowed, and picnic areas are scattered throughout the park.
ATMs and lockers are available at multiple locations.
The park is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. All rides require wheelchair users to transfer out of their wheelchairs.
How to Get There
Luna Park is located at Milson’s Point on the northern shore of Sydney Harbour, near Lavender Bay. The park is a short walk from Milson’s Point train station and the ferry landing. City buses 269, M20, and M40 all stop nearby. If driving, paid on-site parking is available in a large lot.
When to Get There
Park opening hours vary by season and day. Visit in the evening for an impressive view of Sydney Harbour and the neon-lit midway.
Big Top Sydney at Luna Park
Housed inside Luna Park, Big Top Sydney brings live entertainment to the shores of Sydney Harbour. Built in 2004, the 3,000-seat venue is a popular stop for Australian and international touring bands. It also hosts traditional circus acts, music festivals, comedy nights, and theater performances. Check out the Big Top Sydney website for event lineups.
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