Sydney and Melbourne peeps will be familiar with this facade of Luna Park amusement park. It might even have been featured on tourist brochures because it is such a historic landmark having been around/operated since 1912!
Because it's been around for so long, most of the rides are pretty old-school, too.
Don't expect the latest 360' roller coaster or thrill rides. It's got a rickety 'cruising' roller coaster, the usual bumper cars (which you're not supposed to bump into other people - you just go round and round! Beats me), and those octopus rides which you sit in a vessel and it goes up and down while rotating. That's pretty much it.
Unfortunately when I reached there it was already past 6pm, so it was pretty empty. So, no shots of happy kids. Here's one of the old man of Luna Park though. :D