Melbourne's Luna Park is a historic amusement park located on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay in St Kilda, Victoria, an inner suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It opened on 13 December 1912 and has been operating almost continuously ever since.
This was the first of the four Luna Parks that were built in Australia, of which only Melbourne and Luna Park Sydney are still operating. The other two, now defunct, Luna Parks were at Glenelg in South Australia (19301934) and at Redcliffe in Queensland (19441966).
Full list of rides:
- Roller coasters
- Silly Serpent
- Scenic Railway - built in 1911, the Scenic Railway is the oldest continually-operating roller coaster in the world, and one of only 2 in existence requiring a brakesman to stand in the middle of the train. For these reasons, it is regarded as an ACE Coaster Classic. While the Scenic Railway is the oldest roller coaster in continuous operation, Leap the Dips at Lakemont Park, Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States is the oldest roller coaster in the world that is currently operating.
- Metropolis - a Galaxi roller coaster (Mad Mouse)
- Sky Rider ferris wheel built 1971
- Twin Dragon - a Japanese built Pirate ship type ride
- Red Baron built 2001
- The Ghost Train - a ghost train which retains its 1936 tracks
- G-Force built 1983
- Holodeck - a space themed simulator ride
- Amazing Mirror Maze
- Street Legal Dodgems built 2000 - a Dodgem cars pavilion
- The Enterprise built 1979 - popular HUSS Enterprise ride
- Coney Island Top Drop built 2010
- Arabian Merry
- Magical Carousel - a heritage Carousel built in 1913 by the renowned Philadelphia Toboggan Company in the United States.
- Spider built 1977
- Pharaoh's Curse - a Japanese made Kamikaze-style double-arm ranger (Scissors)
- Circus of Screams
- Luna Freeze
- The Power Surge