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Luna Park, St. Kilda

Listed under Theme Parks in Melbourne, Australia.

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On St. Kilda's prom, this was the first Luna Park, the one in Sydney came after. Its slightly sinister open mouthed entrance has been welcoming people in since 1912, towards the Scenic Railway, the world's oldest continually operating roller coaster, a carousel built in 1913 and other old skool attractions like a ghost train and dodgems.

Apparently this Luna Park is more popular than the Sydney one, but you might want to talk to Sydneysiders about that one. It does have a prime position on the waterfront and sand though.

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