UPDATE: We had hundreds of entries to our Luna Park competition, but in the end, there could only be two winners.
Congratulations to Hollie Collins and Leah Phelan, who have each won a family pass to Luna Park!
They’ll be able to enjoy unlimited rides one day this January, including the limited-time Pirate’s Revenge aquatic rollercoaster.
EARLIER: LOOKING for something to do during the school holidays?
How about a trip to Melbourne’s Luna Park!
The Bendigo Advertiser has two family passes for unlimited rides to give away.
The passes are valued at $149.95 each, and can be used by two adults and two children aged 4-12, or one adult and three children aged 4-12.
Simply fill out the form below for your chance to win!
The winners will be announced on January 15.
Just for the summer school holidays, Luna Park has incorporated water activities into the fun.
A new aquatic coaster will operate until January 29.
Pirate’s Revenge is open to thrill seekers and features a whopping 16-metre slippery slope through plumes of refreshingly-cold gushing spray.
People can get wet as they hop on-board the floating log – but be warned, this ride is only for the brave-hearted.
It features life-sized pirates, an array of hungry crocodiles and a heart-stopping shark encounter.
If people prefer to stay dry, they can try The Great Scenic Railway – the world’s oldest-operating wooden roller coaster.
It turned 105 on December 13.
Luna Park is open every day of the school holidays from 11am.
People can visit www.lunapark.com.au for more information.