Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2005 12:39 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Residents living around Sydney's iconic Luna Park will no longer be able to launch legal action against the amusement park based on noise complaints. New South Wales Tourism Minister Sandra Nori today outlined new laws to prevent legal action to close Luna Park as long as it does not breach acceptable noise levels.
Read more from The Courier-Mail.
But in all seriousness, the park has been so much quiter since Big Dipper was moved to Dreamworld
Luna park was here way before all those appartment blocks were built.
John- not sure where you are getting your info from, but Luna park is going great guns since the big dipper moved. Hell the park was rarely open when the big dipper was there. Its doing very nicely now. Open 364 days of the year, packed during all the holidays, puts on big dance parties in its Big top, put on the Aussie MTV awards, its here to stay now.
Shame its moved though, best view from a coaster anywhere.
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