Venue and Location
Luna Park Sydney
1 Olympic Drive
Milsons Point NSW 2061
Luna Park Sydney is a superbly restored 1930's amusement park located in Milsons Point, just under the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It's incredibly easy to walk from the centre of Sydney and the harbour shore via the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Luna Park first opened in 1935 and has since become an outstanding and important feature of Sydney's Harbour foreshore. Located near the northern pylon of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Face and Towers of Luna Park have become iconic to the people of Sydney, and the Park itself synonymous with fun.
The Congress facilities at Luna Park offer exceptional views of Sydney Harbour, Lavender Bay and Balmain combined with the magical Harbourside surrounds and this iconic setting - making this an exciting and innovative venue for the Congress.
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