Luna Park Sydney
Located on the shore next to the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is Sydney’s much-loved Luna Park. Luna Park was first developed by Herman Phillips and based on the Luna Park located at Coney Island, New York. It’s design also mimicked earlier editions of Melbourne’s Luna Park (1912) and Adelaide’s Luna Park (1930). Over the years Luna Park has had a tumultuous history of closures, renovations, protests, brawls and tragedies however it was not until 2010 that the park found stability when listed as a heritage site. Luna Park is now a superbly restored 1930’s amusement park and a favourite feature of the Sydney harbor line. Feeling courageous? Why not take a crazy ride on the Tango train or jump on the forty metre high Ferris Wheel to enjoy breathtaking views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Supporting the community
At MAD Products our business is all about locally made iconic bespoke products and giving back socially. All of our range is designed and made in Melbourne, Australia. We are stoked to have found a local Fitzroy manufacturer for our cards, who employs people with a disability. Our cards and microfibre wipes are printed and packaged by a combination of skilled and special needs workers.