Luna Park Sydney is an Australian icon in a prime Sydney CBD waterfront location. It is on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour with full and uninterrupted views of Sydney icons – the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. Accessible within minutes from the very centre of the Sydney CBD by car, taxi, train, ferry and bus with a large, multi-level onsite car-park and public lifts.
Luna Park Sydney
1 Olympic Drive
Milsons Point NSW 2061
How to get to Luna Park Sydney
Getting there by ferry
Milsons Point Wharf is situated right in front of the iconic Luna Park Sydney face, please check the Transport NSW timetables for more details to plan your trip.
Premier cruise company Captain Cook Cruises also operates to Luna Park, with a choice of ferries from Circular Quay on a 24-hour Hop On Hop Off Harbour Explorer.
Getting there by train
Milsons Point station is the closest train station to Luna Park Sydney. Travelling north, Milsons Point Station is the first stop after Wynyard station in the CBD. Travelling south it is immediately after North Sydney Station.
Milsons Point Station can be found on both the ‘T1 North Shore & Western Line’ and 'T9 Northern Line'. From the station Luna Park Sydney is a 5 minute stroll downhill towards the water.
How to get there by bus
Sydney state transit bus routes frequently pass nearby North Sydney Station and/or terminate at Milsons Point (just a five minute stroll from Luna Park Sydney).
How to get there by car
Wondering where to park when you visit? Luna Park has its own car park! Here you will find 389 space secure spaces, available to guests during Park opening hours.
Entry to the car park is via Paul Street, just off Alfred St South, Milsons Point.
The following parking rates apply:
0-1 hour - $10
1-2 hours - $18
2-3 hours - $27
3-4 hours - $33
4 hours + - $39
The fees above apply per 24 hour period. Maximum vehicle height is 1.9 metres. Hours of operation are 7:00am to 3:00am (No vehicle entry after midnight - exit only between midnight & 3:00am).
Your journey to and from Sydney is easy, and there are a number of options available to make your stay even more enjoyable.
Complimentary Carer’s Pass for delegates attending the VBG Summit are available. This will give the Carer access to the summit, exhibition and sessions and allows parents/delegates nursing children to be provided with assistance. The pass does not include catering for carers. To request a pass please contact the Summit Secretariat; Kelvin Choi. There is no need to register online. Your Carer’s Pass can be collected at the registration desk upon arrival.
The currency of Australia is the Australian Dollar. All prices quoted in this brochure are in Australian Dollars (AUD) and include GST. To check the current exchange rate visit www.xe.com. Credit cards are accepted virtually everywhere and Traveller's Cheques are also widely accepted. International airports and major hotels provide money-changing facilities.