The Powerhouse acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the ancestral homelands upon which our museums are situated. We respect their Elders, past, present and future and recognise their continuous connection to Country.
Luna Park is an amusement park that has been a site of recreation and leisure on Sydney's north harbourside since 1935. With its spectacular location and views, it 's a key element of Sydney's identity.
The Museum's collection includes photographs by David Mist, tickets and advertising material and displays from Luna Park created by Leigh Hobbs including the figures of Larrie and Lizzie Luna made in the 1970s for the parks reopening.
Sydney's Luna Park had its origins at Glenelg in …