September marks the beginning of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and with Luna Park Sydney being an iconic destination for children for so many years, we are proud to be supporting the research at Children’s Cancer Institute throughout the Month.


Over the month of September, the Park will be showing its support for this important cause, in a number of different ways.

Ferris Wheel Goes Gold -  as the colour for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the Park will be lighting up its iconic Ferris Wheel every day in September.

Customer Donations – The Park will be raising money both in Park and online, encouraging all customers to donate $2 to Children’s Cancer Institute at either the Front Ticket Box or seamlessly integrate a donation with their online ticket purchase.

About Childrens Cancer Institute

Children’s Cancer Institute believe that a life should be long. That every child should have the chance to grow up, chase their dreams and reach their potential.

But cancer cuts life short for hundreds of children every year, before they’ve even had a chance to make their mark.

The Institute is the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to childhood cancer, working everyday to find safer and more effective treatments so that every child with cancer can not only survive, but go on to live a long and healthy life.

Support their vital research today. Together we can and will cure all children of cancer. It’s not if, it’s when.


More About Childrens Cancer Awareness Month

Children's Cancer Awareness Month, serves as a reminder of the urgent need for heightened awareness, research, and support for children and families of children battling cancer worldwide. This month-long initiative aims to shed light on the unique challenges faced by young cancer patients and their families, while fostering a global commitment to advancing treatments and improving the quality of life for these courageous young fighters. Through advocacy, education, and fundraising efforts, the campaign strives to make significant strides in the fight against childhood cancer.