Beach & Outdoors

LET THE FUN BEGIN AT MELBOURNE’S LUNA PARK!

We’re thrilled to welcome you back for Victorian Winter School Holidays, as we control guest numbers and introduce new procedures to help keep everyone safe and distanced.

It really is time to turn off those screens and get lively with the family or a few mates ‘just for fun’.

During our initial re-opening phase we will run two 3-hour ‘Spin & Grin Sessions’ daily from 27 June – 12 July 2020 that will require everyone to purchase an online ticket before visiting. Each session will feel like you have the Park almost to yourself, with numbers reduced to around one quarter of our usual crowd. The queues won’t be too long, but you will need to stick to a few rules like keeping your distance from others and practicing hand hygiene before going on rides.

Not too much to ask for the chance to spin and grin for 180 minutes of full-on-fun!

Reduced price session tickets will be $15 for toddlers 0-3 years and $35 for 4 years – adult. These discounted tickets will go on sale Thursday 25 June releasing session availability until 31 July 2020, by which time further sessions will be assessed and released.

Popular sessions may sell out due to capacity limits, so we ask for the community’s patience and understanding while we work through major changes to our operation.

Ticket sales from Thursday 25 June:

Toddlers 0-3yrs: $15,

4+years – Adult: $35

No ticket box sales. Tickets only at available on the Luna Park website.

Extended terms and conditions can be viewed at the Luna Park website.

Session times 11am – 2pm and 3pm – 6pm daily during school holidays, and weekends until 31 July.

The Wonderful Two

On 2nd February 2019, Melbourne was bewildered by the unveiling of The Wonderful Two, which offers a symbol of hope and education that future generations can do better.

The sculpture depicts Najin and Fatu connected in the middle, with their heads facing opposite directions. Both rhinos are trying to pull each other the opposite way to safety. It seems their fate is stuck in place and time with only two left on earth, and no simple direction to freedom.

We want The Wonderful Two to celebrate all of the amazing people and organizations that drive positive change in wildlife conservation. The sculpture is aligned with the hashtag #LoveTheLast.

Visitors are asked to take a photo with the artwork and share it with the hashtag #LoveTheLast, jump starting efforts to spread critical awareness. Donations to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya will assist Najin and Fatu to live out their much-deserved final days in peace.

On until 30 April 2019 at Republica, St Kilda Sea Baths.

Click here for more information.

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