Luna Park is a historic amusement park in St Kilda that has been operational since 1912

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Lake and Bay View Trike Tour

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Melbourne Helicopter Flight: 20-Minute Private Tour

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St Kilda Beach Precinct Trike Tour

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Melbourne Luna Park, Melbourne

Luna Park is a historic amusement park in St Kilda that has been operational since 1912.

Luna Park is a historic amusement park in St Kilda that has been operational since 1912. It has roller-coasters, carousels and several fun rides for kids.


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About Melbourne Luna Park

 18 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia

 +61 3 9525 5033

 www.lunapark.com.au

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