Top 3 amusement parks in Sydney


Luna Park Sydney first opened on 4 October 1935 on the site of the Sydney Harbour Bridge workshops.The original park was a seaside style amusement park with whimsical, Art Deco architecture. Over the years the Park was updated and changed, with rides, attractions and facilities removed and added to ensure the Park catered for the audience of the day, while still maintaining the Park’s original atmosphere and traditional style.
In 1999 Luna Park Sydney Pty Ltd restored the Park’s much loved heritage icons, rides and its original character, along with brand new state-of-the art venues, facilities, rides and attractions, creating a dynamic, unique and exciting Luna Park.The versatile venues at Luna Park can accommodate functions of varying sizes and scope – from small, intimate cocktail gatherings of 30 people through to sit-down banquets of 1,300 guests, as well as large-scale exhibition and conferencing services.Luna Park is your conventional, down-to-earth relaxing theme park that is suitable for all ages. The carnival atmosphere brings charm to the longest running amusement park in Sydney. Enjoy unlimited rides with just an admission ticket, the park also offers great, uninterrupted views of the waters over the Sydney Harbour.


Wet’n’Wild Sydney features several water slide attractions; a large wave pool; a children’s area; food, beverage and retail outlets; and a Surf Life Saving Club. The park features four water slide towers, each featuring a collection of slides grouped by the level of thrill. The park is centred around a large wave pool known as The Beach. The Beach was designed by an Australian company and is capable of producing (non surfable) waves of up to 2.3 metres. Wet’n’Wild Sydney features amazing world first attractions, interactive ride technology and takes fun to a whole new level for the entire family and the water park features over 40 slides.


Cables Aqua Park consists of a bunch of inflatable slides, jumping pillows, runways, volleyball court and climbing structures, kids, teens and big kids of all ages can enjoy clambering, climbing, sliding and bouncing about. It’s actually quite strenuous stuff.The course is quite extensive and covers a good section of the lake. The water is fresh, so no chlorine or sore eyes to worry about and is mostly nice and clear. All the obstacles and structures are placed so participants can follow a route, or if they prefer they can just stay put and spend more time at one favourite structure. Participants must be at least 6 years of age and for the younger ones there is a designated area on the left where the inflatables are smaller in size, if the bigger ones seem a little daunting.

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