Luna Park Sydney

Entrance to Luna Park
 Milsons Point, north shore, Sydney Harbour.

Luna Park is a Sydney icon, especially this entrance which was designed by the Sydney artist Martin Sharp and can be seen from across the harbour at the Opera House.

Luna Park is a name shared by dozens of currently operating and defunct amusement parks that have opened on every continent except Antarctica since 1903. The first one to use the name was in Coney Island, New York.
This one, pictured, in Sydney opened in 1935 and is still running today even though at one stage it was closed due to protests of local residents at Milsons Point.

Martin Sharp was instrumental in forming the Friends of Luna Park to lobby the State Government and remind all Sydneysiders of what they would lose if the park was lost.


  1. Great photo - love the colour scheme of the face

  2. Yes, the colour scheme is totally amazing

  3. You've captured the colours beautifully.


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