After a year of being cooped inside the whole family must be busting to get outside for some good old fashioned thrills. Sydney's famous harbourside wonderland Luna Park is ready and waiting to welcome visitors young and old, small or tall to experience a summer full of fun.
Luna Park has added nine whole new rides to its line-up, ensuring visitors of all ages will scream and giggle their way through the warmer months. The hype is strong for the soon-to-be-unveiled Big Dipper, the new ride that is set to be Australia’s tallest and fastest multi-launch rollercoaster. With 360-degree spins and top speeds of 72km per hour, the Big Dipper is a highly-anticipated thrill and joins three other rollercoasters at Luna Park that range from mild to wild. We covered the park's other exciting new rides in the winter school holidays and can't wait to experience them in the warmer months.
You can also knock out a portion of your gift-giving this year with Luna Park's Santa photos. Between December 4 and 24 you can get a snap with the bloke in the red suit himself and get a printed, framed or digital copy.
Start planning your New Year's Eve trip to Luna Park too. The jewel in summer's crown: the Harbour fireworks, can be experienced in an incomparably perfect way from the park. Keep your eyes peeled for NYE event details as it nears on the Luna Park website.
There are a variety of affordable pricing options at Luna Park this summer. An Unlimited Rides Day Pass starts at $34 for kids aged 13 and below or $44 for adults (14 years and over). Or why not lock in a whole year of fun with the $199 annual pass that gets you unlimited rides for the next twelve months. Find your best ticket option, book in and plan your visit here.