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Luna Park is going Luna Dark from Friday 27th October through to Tuesday 31st October 2017 in celebration of Halloween. For five terrifying nights, and two spine-chilling days, entry into Luna Park will require a ticket and only the bravest of the brave dare venture through that smiley mouth because things are getting scary.
It's fright night with that extra special twist when you enter Luna Park for the Luna Dark Halloween festival. Costumed staff and roving entertainers have been instructed to scare the living daylights out of you, so beware. Costumes are firmly encouraged for everyone attending and what a spectacle it is sure to be. Can you imagine carriages containing things like the zombies, ghosts, scary clowns, undead pirates and vampires enjoying all the thrills and spills the Luna Park rides have to offer.
There will be two Luna Dark day sessions on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th October, in addition to the night sessions, and adults are being admitted at kid's prices. Tickets to the Luna Dark sessions are $39.95 for people aged four years and over. Each ticket entitles the bearer to unlimited rides. Toddlers under 3 years are admitted free with a paying adult. The same ticket price applies to the day session, with a family ticket also available on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm for $135, accommodating a family of 4 being a combination of either 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children. Tickets can be purchased through the Luna Dark website following the link here.