March 27th 2012 09:00
Luna Parks were made for Australia. One is in Melbourne, Another Sydney, South Australia (1930 - 1934), and Queensland (1944 - 1966). The St Kilda one in Melbourne was developed by an American. His name was JD Williams. He died in the 1950s. Before WWI the park was a great success. However then it closed for the duration of WWI. It has undergone many changes - some rides were demolished because they were unsafe, and others were destroyed during a fire. However it has lived throughout the ages and is now protected by the National Trust of Australia and is registered on the Victorian Heritage Register.
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