Luna Park

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Luna Park is a St Kilda landmark and even if you don’t go inside the park it is essential to take a photo with the huge laughing face greeting visitors to this small amusement park at St Kilda Beach.

Luna Park is really geared towards families with kids 4–15 years, but adults can also enjoy the attractions. Rides include the Scenic Railway (the world’s oldest continuously operating roller coaster) as well as a Ferris wheel and several newer “jaw dropping, eye ball popping, lose your lunch super thrill rides” like the Enterprise, Power Surge and the Pharaoh’s Curse.


Our address

Address:
Lower Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182
Trams 3a, 16, 79, 96 (stop: Acland Street/Carlisle Street)
Telephone (03) 9525 5033
Website www.lunapark.com.au
Admission $5 single ride ticket $10.95 unlimited ride ticket $49.95
    Open 11am–11pm daily

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  • Andy, 02 Feb 2019


    Awesome fun!

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  • Adam, 20 Jan 2018


    The new pirate themed water ride is great.

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  • Cande, 22 Mar 2017


    Imperdible subirse a la montaña rusa

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  • Joanna, 23 Jan 2017


    Interesting to see due to vintage features but in comparison with similar places around the world, this one is immensely overpriced.

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  • Venoth, 25 Sep 2016


    An amazing place that kids would love. Come early to avoid the long queues. A fantastic theme park.

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  • Pedro, 05 Apr 2016


    For the kiddies mostly but the roller coaster is a must at sunset on a warm afternoon.

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  • Aurora, 06 Jan 2016


    Montagnes russes old-school.

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  • Robert, 01 Jan 2016


    Come early or late on school holidays during the summer. Admission lines can get long.

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  • k a t *✲゚*, 04 Apr 2015


    Good photo ops, very old-school 👌 Tickets are a bit pricey.

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  • citizenziggy, 23 Mar 2015


    much bigger than I thought it would be. great for punk-ass kids and children =)

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  • Tyron, 07 Mar 2015


    A very historic and cool place. Check it out.

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  • Juan, 15 Feb 2015


    😃 Very fun!

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  • Dilek Dee, 25 Jan 2015


    $11 for a ghost ride ticket , sometimes I'm getting more scared on a public bus! Shame on them!

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  • Allyssa, 04 Jan 2015


    It's alright but rides a little pricey

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  • Quentin, 24 Nov 2014


    Free entry, nice and fun amusement theme park !

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  • Yvonne, 21 Nov 2014


    A nice place for children.

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  • Sandun, 02 Jul 2014


    Scenic railway is really worth a try.

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  • Elise, 24 Apr 2014


    Run down fun fair with character.

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  • Kun-Han, 04 Apr 2014


    Only open in weekends

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  • Stephen, 10 Jan 2014


    If you go on The Great Scenic Railway, make sure your phone is well in your pocket. It will get shaken out.

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  • Damien, 18 Nov 2013


    The line for the roller coaster takes ages. So it's your choice if you want to go on it. But it has good food and stuff. Go on the hangover it's great I love it that's like the best one trust me!!✌️

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  • Carlee, 18 Aug 2013


    The Scary Circus 3D Maze is seriously bloody scary. Sign says 7 years and over but it should be 10-12 and over. One of the performers tells you "you're all going to get killed by a clown".

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  • Leanne, 11 Aug 2013


    If with children. Check how tall they are. Depending on what types of rides they like, adults ride free on some (not many though)

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  • Chris, 16 May 2013


    The oldest theme park in the southern hemisphere. And it has a ghost train.

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  • Hirotaka, 31 Mar 2013


    Haha bumpers car stuck 4 wide into a corner

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  • meetoo.com.au, 30 Aug 2012


    Entry is FREE. This is a Melbourne icon, and always fun to visit.

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  • Ross, 26 Aug 2012


    Ride the world's oldest continually-operating rollercoaster.

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  • Dimitri, 17 Mar 2012


    Love the old school roller coaster with the operator standing up in between the carriages operating the hand brake!

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  • Marilyn, 05 Jan 2012


    Ghost train is terrible. Not thrilling but the photos at the end is funny.

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  • Pino, 07 Dec 2011


    The roller coaster is scary... But this place is so much fun!

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