The Luna Park is an amusement park that has celebrated its 100th year in 2012. It has become a popular spot to visit during the weekend for most families in Melbourne. It offers a variety of entertainment for both young and old. Once you enter the park through the giant mouth of Mr. Moon, you will be exposed to a lot of excitement and fun.
When you visit Melbourne with your kids quite naturally, you will visit this amusement park in an evening. It offers various kinds of entertainment options including rides in carousels and sky high roller coasters. The following are some of the entertainment options for you to choose.
Made out of plastic these slippery bubbles of giant size allow kids to walk on water. On your way they could bump against others and have fun without getting wet. They are perfect for energetic kids to enjoy riding on water.
This is a giant spider that has six legs like any other spider but the difference is that it has two carriages at the end of each leg. Two guests can sit in each of the carriages and once seated they will fly high and dip low while going through a circular motion. If you are one of them you need to hold on tight.
This is a sea craft but here it will hoist you up and will dip you down. The craft is able to accommodate 40 guests and your rocking Ã¢ÂÂvoyageÃ¢ÂÂ will last for 2 minutes. You must ride it to enjoy the experience.
When you are content with thrill rides you can get into one of these carriages in order to take a gentler one. It will take you to such heights that you will be able to get a birdÃ¢ÂÂs eye view of the whole neighbourhood. Quite naturally, you will enjoy this ride.
This is the world famous roller coaster of Luna Park. It will take you to unbelievable heights and will drop you to heart stopping depths. Take a ride on it and you will experience a great roller coaster ride.
Luna Park is open only during weekends and public holidays. Usually, they open at 11.00am and close at 6.00pm. However, the hours they open do fluctuate very often. Therefore, you need to check with their website for the opening and closing time before you visit.
A family ticket for one individual of over 13 years and three kids between the ages of 4 and 12 years will cost $138.95 during off peak times and $145.95 during peak trading times. For rides, additional $39.05 for those who are over 13 years and $30.55 for children aged between 4 and 12 need to be paid. For kids below 4 years, it is $13.55 during off peak days.
Located in St. Kilda overlooking the Port Philip Bay, Luna Park is easy to access. You can take a ride of twenty minutes by tram from Melbourne. There are train services as well as buses for one to reach there. However, it is recommended that you use a minibus service to get there for group travels.
We can arrange transport for groups of any size to the Luna Park, please call or send us an email for more information.