Luna Park is an historic amusement park seen in the fourth episode of season two of the TV series.
Located in St Kilda (Melbourne, Australia) is has stood as a symbol of fun and entertainment since its opening in 1912.
Its iconic entrance featuring the beaming face of “Mr. Moon” welcomes visitors to a world of timeless amusement. The park boasts a mix of classic and contemporary rides, including the historic Scenic Railway, which holds the distinction of being the world’s oldest continually operating roller coaster.
Luna Park offers breathtaking views of Port Phillip Bay, adding to the allure of this beloved destination.
While retaining its historic charm, the park has seen updates and renovations to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.
With live entertainment, family-friendly activities, and a rich history, Luna Park remains a vibrant cultural icon, drawing both locals and tourists seeking a dose of nostalgic joy.
As Phryne and Jack prepare to enter Luna Park we see the the Palais Theatre behind them.
Drag the Google image for a view of the Palais Theatre next door.
The art deco styled Palais Theatre was formerly a cinema and is now a concert venue. It has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment.