Opened in 1912, Luna Park is the most identifiable landmark of St. Kilda with generations of children walking wide eyed ... More
Opened in 1912, Luna Park is the most identifiable landmark of St. Kilda with generations of children walking wide eyed through the broad clown's mouth entrance. Although threatened by developers on numerous occasions, it has miraculously remained intact. The charm of Luna Park is its old world character. No comparison can be made to the special effects laden amusement parks around the world. Luna Park relies on spectacular views from the Scenic Railway, the glamour of its historic carousel, and the fact that children still love eating fairy floss! Hours vary seasonally, do check website for further details.
The world class Melbourne Aquarium is a fascinating journey into subspace. Ground level houses coral atolls, shadow dwellers and natural
born killers from around the world. On level one is the less scary billabong and mangrove swamp, where hands ...
Albert Park is one of the most popular inner city beaches for swimming and sunbathing. Just 20 minutes by public
transport from the city center, it is a narrow strip of sand easing gently into Port Phillip Bay's shallow ...
Built with loving detail by Colin and Nancy Campbell, this 20 acre property is worth seeing and is sure to
delight Thomas the Tank Engine fans of any age. Riding on little trains, you pass through an ever changing ...
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