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Luna Park Sydney announces temporary closure
Luna Park Sydney has advised today that it will close temporarily and until further notice because of the Coronavirus crisis.
The closure of the popular historic amusement park and events venue is effective immediately.
A statement from Luna Park Sydney advised "in line with the Federal Government’s national response to COVID-19, Luna Park Sydney has ceased operations temporarily and is currently closed to the public.
“The closure will not affect functions to be held at venues at the Park that cater for fewer than 100 patrons, as stipulated by the Government.
“We will keep the community informed with up-to-date information via social media and on our website."
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