How to Get Here

Luna Park Sydney is located at Milsons Point, under the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is a convenient location for you and your guests to get to by train, ferry, bus or car ensuring a stress free journey to and from your wedding.

Luna Park Sydney also has its very own onsite car park with 389 secure parking spaces available to guests. Please enquire with us to find out more information and help you plan your trip. Public transport timetables are also available by visiting or calling 131 500.


If you do choose to drive entry to the car park is via Paul Street, just off Alfred St South, Milsons Point and rates vary between $10 - $39 for hourly increments, capped at 4+ hours. These fees are for up to a 24 hour period, with hours of operation are 7am to 3am (No vehicle entry after midnight - exit only between midnight & 3am) and maximum vehicle height is 1.9 metres within the car park.


Catching a Sydney Ferry to Luna Park is the most picturesque and fun way to arrive. These beautifully crafted vessels have shuttled Sydneysiders around the Harbour since it’s earliest beginnings and they remain the perfect mode of transportation when you need to get across the Harbour to access the city’s bays, ports and wharves. There are regular Luna Park services to and from Circular Quay on the following routes: Darling Harbour/East Balmain, Woolwich/Balmain and Parramatta. Simply jump on at Wharf 5 (Mon-Fri) and Wharf 4 (Sat, Sun, Public Holidays)


Milsons Point train station on the north side of the Harbour is the closest to Luna Park, just a short five minute stroll from the entrance of the Park. Travelling north Milsons Point Station is only one stop from the CBD on T1: the North Shore, Northern and Western Line.

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