Frequently asked questions

Where do we collect our school's ride passes?

Beyond the Thrills will issue your school's ride wristbands to you on the day. One of the teachers from your school needs to meet us (without students) to collect your wristbands at around 10.30-11am, prior to the rides starting.
We will be inside the front entrance to Luna Park Sydney (opposite the Ticket Office). Please do not go to the Ticket Office.Teachers should then go back outside Luna Park Sydney to distribute the ride wristbands to their students.

What transport options are there?

Luna Park Sydney is located at 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point, just under the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Please make your own transport arrangements:

TRAIN: Milson's Point Railway Station is 5-10 minutes walking distance down Alfred St.
BUS: Coaches may drop off and pick up passengers at North Sydney Pool at the bottom of Alfred St South and Olympic Drive. Coach parking is available at Henry Lawson Ave, which is located at the end of Blues Point Road.
FERRY: Ferry services run regularly from Circular Quay and Darling Harbour to the Milsons Point Wharf .
CAR: If any teachers need to come by car, Luna Park Sydney has its own car park with 389 spaces - fees apply - entry is via Paul Street, just off Alfred St South, Milsons Point.



What clothing/shoes should students wear?

Students should wear school sports uniform for comfort and easy identification. If not in school uniform, students should have an identifying tag on their clothing. Note: Students MUST wear closed in shoes to go on many of the rides.

What food and beverages are available?

Refreshment outlets will be open for the purchase of food and drinks.
Students may bring their own food and drink, but no glass or metal containers are allowed on the site.
Luna Park Sydney's Retail Vouchers - these can be used at any retail or food & beverage outlet at Luna Park Sydney. They are available through Beyond the Thrills and must be pre-orderd and paid for in advance ... see our 2022 Booking Form.

Does Luna Park Sydney accept cash?

Luna Park Sydney is currently a cashless venue, and so does not take cash payments.

Will there be other people present at Luna Park Sydney?

Luna Park Sydney will be open to the general public. Other schools or groups may be present on the day of your excursion.

What happens if there is poor weather?

Luna Park Sydney is usually open rain or shine. When the weather turns a little funny, it is often a bonus as the queues tend to shrink! A number of rides at Luna Park Sydney are under cover or indoors. These include the rides in Coney Island, Dodgems, Rotor, Tango, Carousel and Ferris Wheel.
If it is raining, it is best to bring wet eather gear. Luna Park Sydney sells rain ponchos for around $3 in their Merchandise Shop and in their photo booths (while stock is available).
If the weather is extremely inclement (lightning and/or high winds), Luna Park Sydney management reserves the right to temporarily suspend the rides or to close the park early for safety reasons.

Are there lockers at Luna Park Sydney?

Luna Park Sydney has a limited number of lockers available for your convenience. Cost is around $5.00 per 3 hours and $8.00 per 8 hours of use. These lockers can be found near the Carousel ride and under Coney Island.

Can I bring a bag or backpack to Luna Park Sydney?

Please minimise the bags or backpacks brought to the park. It is best that students do not bring bags or backpacks on the day at all. Bags, backpacks or other personal items are not to be left anywhere unattended, as per Luna Park Sydney's conditions of entry. Avoid bringing any valuables as they can easily be lost or stolen.
Note: Clothing pockets should not be used for any loose objects unless zipped up very securely ... as such objects can fall out while on a ride, which is dangerous for people below the ride.

What height restrictions apply for the rides at Luna Park Sydney?

Luna Park Sydney has some height restrictions on rides for the safety of riders.







What facilities are there for disabled people?

The restrooms at Luna Park Sydney have facilities that are accessible for wheelchairs.
The following document from Luna Park Sydney can be emailed to you on request after your school has booked in for an excursion through Beyond the Thrills: 'Rider Safety and Accessibility Guide'