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Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park Sydney

4.6/559 Reviews
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"Amusement Park"
2.2km from city centre
"Play the carousel in LUNA PARK and watch the super beautiful sunset LUNA PARK, or Luna Park, is located on the water of Sydney Harbour, next to the pier Recommended The area is not large, but small and complete. All the items in a park are characterized by indoor games and harbor amusement, that is, there are thrilling amusement facilities and also equipped with items that the youngest child can play. In addition to the convenient transportation, it is really cost-effective to take the baby to play and date (isn’t there a classic saying: if she is not deeply involved in the world, take her to see the prosperity of the world; if she has gone through the vicissitudes of life, take her to take a spin Trojan) While enjoying the fun, you can also enjoy the spectacular scenery of Sydney Harbour. No matter day or night, especially when the sun sets, the setting sun sets off the Ferris wheel in the park, which is so beautiful The entrance to Luna Park is the pier. Walking more than a hundred meters in, it is the best photo spot in the same frame as the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge (we found it by accident, little luck) Detailed address: Olympic Dr Milsons Point Traffic strategy: Ferry-take the F4 Darling Harbour line or the F3 Parramatta River line from Circular Quay Train-Take T1: North Shore, Northern and Western train lines to Milsons Point Station and walk for five minutes On foot-If you are in the central business district, you can walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Luna Park from the pedestrian walkway without transportation fees. You can also enjoy the charming scenery of the Sydney Opera House along the way. ⏰Opening hours: Please refer to the official website for the opening hours because they are not fixed. When I went there, the rides were not open from Monday to Wednesday or Thursday, but from the end of December to the end of January it seemed to be open every day, it happened to be summer in Australia. Tickets: Entrance to Luna Park is completely free, if you want to play, you have to pay~ Online adult 229 yuan, children 187 yuan Luna park's official website is over 130cm tall (all divided by height so cute) 53 Australian dollars, 106-129cm43 Australian dollars, 85-105cm23 Australian dollars Estimated duration: half a day Practical tips 1⃣️If you go to play in summer, take sun protection measures ❗Don’t forget sunglasses❗ 2⃣️It is recommended to go around 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and you can still see the sunset, and then have a meal in a nearby restaurant. When the night falls, the lights will turn on and it will be a good view"