Luna Park Information
|From the moment you step inside Mr Moon’s giant mouth, you are exposed to a world full of carnival flair,
from the rides that send you sky-high, to historical carousel rides,
Melbourne’s Luna Park has been the face of fun in St Kilda for generations.
Overlooking the famous Port Phillip Bay, this historic park has been a destination for Melbourne families for the past century. With 2012 celebrating 100 years of fun-filled adventures, Luna Park continues to surge forward with a generous mix of heritage listed attractions and brand new thrill rides to satisfy all thrill seekers.
The most famous of the Park’s attractions is its Scenic Railway Roller Coaster, a large wooden coaster that projects its passengers, at high speed, around the outside of the entire Park. It boasts the title of being the oldest continually operating wooden roller coaster in the world and the only one of its kind with a standing brakeman in control aboard its moving carriages. This world famous roller coaster will not only provide you with heart-stopping dips and turns, but also the most stunning views of Port Phillip Bay St. Kilda has to offer.
Luna Park offers a range of attractions for all ages from mini roller coasters such as the Silly Serpent, to nail biting thrill rides such as the Pharaoh’s Curse and Enterprise. A day at Luna Park cannot be missed when visiting Melbourne, no matter your age.
Check out the opening hours below so you don’t miss out on any FUN!
Luna Park Melbourne is open weekends, school holidays and public holidays from 11am!
Check our calendars below and start planning an amazing day out at Melbourne’s ultimate destination for fun – Luna Park!
|Melbourne’s Luna Park is located in the heart of St. Kilda. The Park is a short stroll from St. Kilda Beach, cosmopolitan Acland and Fitzroy Streets and the stunning St. Kilda Botanical Gardens.Plenty of council metered parking is available in close proximity to Luna Park in Beaconsfield Parade, Shakespeare Grove and Cavell Street at $4.50 per hour or $10.80 all day (subject to change).|
18 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda, VIC 3182
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Getting here by Public Transport
|Tram Services Use TramTracker to easily plan your trip home by getting real time scheduling direct to your mobile. For more information, go to Yarra Trams and plan your trip using TramTracker.|
Tram No.96 – St Kilda beach via Crown Casino and Spencer Street Station. This tram stops directly in front of Luna Park
Tram No.16 – Now runs Melb Uni to Kew via Swanston St, St Kilda & Malvern. This trams stops directly in front of Luna Park.
Tram No.3 – East Malvern tram. From East Malvern to St Kilda Rd via Balaclava Rd, then change at stop 30 (St Kilda Junction) to the number 16 tram which will take you directly to Luna Park.
Tram No.67 – Carnegie tram via St Kilda Rd, then change at stop 30 (St Kilda Junction) to the number 16 tram which will take you directly to Luna Park.
Tram No.79 – From Richmond. This tram stops directly in front of Luna Park.
Local Bus Services
246 Latrobe Uni – Clifton Hill – St Kilda – Elsternwick (via Barkly St)
600/922/923 Southland – Sandringham – St Kilda (via Barkly St)
606 Luna Park Interchange – Port Melbourne (to the door, runs peak hour ONLY)
623 Luna Park Interchange – Chadstone – Glen Waverley (to the door)
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Food, Drinks and Merchandise
|MerchandiseOur merchandise shop holds everything you need to remember your amazing day spent at the Park. From little goodies and sweet treats to a wide collection of Park memorabilia – we have something for every member of your family. Located at the entrance of the Park, don’t leave without buying a very Lunie memento after your next visit.
Merchandise available -
Charities and Donations
You can contact Luna Park on the details below or alternatively fill in the form.
18 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182
PO Box 1083, St Kilda South VIC 3182
Phone:03 9525 5033
Fax: 03 9534 5764