When was the last time you took a trip to Luna Park?
I have such fond memories of visiting Luna Park with my family as a child.
In particular, one glorious ride upon the Graviton. My cousin and I decided to board, right after we had eaten lunch. Needless to say this was a terrible idea, and the contents of my cousins stomach enjoyed a free ride around and around. Thankfully, the Graviton no longer exists.
However, all of the traditional favourites are still there; the Scenic Railway, The Carousel, Ferris Wheel, Ghost Train and Dodgem Cars.
Along with Arcade and every-player-wins carnival games.
There are plenty of rides that toddlers can enjoy. Such as Arabian Merry, Red Baron and the Silly Serpent. The best part - parents can accompany their children for free on most of these rides.
Luna Park is also not as expensive as you may think. Unlimited ride passes for kids under 4 are $16.50. They also offer RACV discounts.
Adult unlimited ride passes are a bit more expensive, but if you google Luna Park, you can find Scoopon vouchers for around $29.
Luna Park is open every day during School Holidays, so why not re-visit your childhood?
Where: 18 Lower Esplanade St Kilda VIC 3182
When: Every day during school holidays - weekends during non-school holiday periods.
Price: Single rides from $4.95