Next we went to a site to amuse children, and that was the Luna park of Sydney. Established in the 1930s, Luna Park is a popular, harbor-sided fun and amusement park, which still restrain the conventional midway exciting games and thrilling rides. The best part is that the Park is open all the year-round; usually at weekends, but all days during vacation time. Entry to this amazing park is absolutely free. One has to pay only if want to enjoy the rides, and the finest way to experience these rides is by opting to an unlimited rides pass.
I had screened out the website of this place, and bought my tickets online that saved on time and money. We were now all set (especially the kids) to enjoy the magic at Luna Park.
The attraction was located next to the Sydney Harbor bridge, and we being close by, it didn’t take us long to reach there. There we saw a long queue of people at the ticket office, and I thanked myself for booking tickets online.
We walked further in to the park and were observing the beautiful surroundings, but Akash and Adarsh were keen to join other kids on the rides. There were numerous rides suitable for every age group-for the young and old, dodgems, carousel, Ferris wheel, roller coaster, swinging chairs and many more. We also joined the kids and started with the Ferris wheel. It was amazing and the view was fantabulous.
While the kids were having fun at those attractions, me and my wife sat at the benches and clicked numerous pictures.
It was such a delightful moments to see kids laughing and waving at us whenever we catch eyes. Indeed, these are the little precious moments that we should cherish…That is the reason I love spending vacations with family!
The park was flooded with people as it was the time of holidays, so the kids also had to wait for a few minutes for some of the rides.
When the kids had enough, we enjoyed some food from the nearby food outlets.
The place had a charisma to it, and we enjoyed it thoroughly.