Points of Interest
The Thrill Seekers Zone is for those seeking a more adrenaline-fueled experience, with rides such as the Pharaoh’s Curse, the Power Surge, and Coney Drop. Each zone caters to a different audience and provides a unique set of experiences for visitors, ensuring there is something for everyone at Luna Park Melbourne.
It is also a working museum centerpiece of Luna Park and boasts 68 horses, each of which is unique and has a name, along with 2 chariots. With its bright and colourful horses, soft and playful music, and gentle motion, the Carousel is a classic ride that provides a fun and exciting experience for kids.
The ride is smooth and suitable for younger children, making it a great option for families. With its exciting, imaginative design and gentle experience, the Red Baron is a must-visit ride for kids at Luna Park Melbourne.
The ride features beautiful elephants with big ears that fly up and down in a gentle circular motion. The Arabian Merry is a gentle ride, making it suitable for younger children, while still offering a thrilling experience.
The Power Surge is a great option for those seeking a more intense thrill, but it's not for the faint of heart. The ride's fast pace and sudden movements will have you hanging on tight and screaming with excitement.
The combination of height and speed makes the Supernova a must-visit for adrenaline junkies. The experience of this ride becomes all the more glorious at night when thousands of lights create a breathtaking experience here.
The ride's high speed, combined with its sudden movements, creates an intense experience that is sure to get your heart racing. The ride's unique design, featuring an ancient Egyptian theme, adds to the excitement, making it a must-visit attraction for thrill-seekers.
The Sky Rider is a gentle ride that is suitable for families with young children. The ride's smooth and steady pace, combined with its impressive height, creates a unique and unforgettable experience that is sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.
The ride can go up to a speed of 60 kilometres per hour and offers amazing views of Port Phillip Bay. The wooden track of this ride also has hair-bending dips and turns, making it a great ride to enjoy with your family.
3. Moon Balloons: Moon Balloons is yet another top family ride that you can enjoy with the Luna Park Melbourne tickets. A smaller version of a classic Ferris Wheel, this ride is perfect for those travelling with their little ones.
As you are lifted into the sky, you can sit comfortably inside your balloon and soak in serene views of the entire Luna Park. Moon Balloons is a perfect option for families looking for a fun and relaxing activity, and its timeless appeal makes it a popular choice among visitors of all ages.
Plan Your Visit
Know Before You Go
- Luna Park Melbourne offers several amenities to visitors, including free Wi-Fi, washrooms, snack stalls as well as a café
- It is always best to check the park’s operating hours before your visit since they may change depending on the season and special events
- Some rides have height restrictions, so be sure to check beforehand if your children are able to ride
- There is no specific dress code, but it is recommended to dress comfortably and wear appropriate shoes for the rides at Luna Park
How To Reach
1. By Taxi: You can avail a taxi from different parts of the city to get to Acland Street, near the Carlisle Street intersection, outside The Vineyard, which is located merely 350 metres from Luna Park Melbourne.
2. By Tram: You can avail a ride on Tram 16, Tram 3a (on the weekends) or Tram 96, and get off at Stop No. 138, which is known as the Luna Park or The Esplanade stop, located around 70 metres, or a one-minute walk from Luna Park Melbourne.
3. By Train: You can also take a train ride on the Sandringham Line and get off at the Balaclava Station, 1 km away from the Luna Park attraction.
4. By Bus: Several buses also ply to Luna Park regularly. In Addition to buses on Route 246 and Route 600, 922 and 923, you can also avail a ride on a bus on route 606 or 623 to get off at St. Kilda/ The Espalanade 138 stop, which is located around 67 metres from Luna Park.