Filmed at Luna Park, a Heritage Victoria registered Historic Amusement Park located on the beach in Port Phillip Bay in St Kilda, Victoria, an inner suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The park was opened on the 13th of December 1912 and has been operating continuously for the past 100 years....
Four local Melbourne Flatland riders Karl Hugues, Phillip Fruh, Andre Martin, and Chris Carver made it their playground for the afternoon and late into the night.......riding and reminiscing.
Lunapark.com.au or facebook.com/LunaParkMelbourne
Kill Them With Color - Haunted Carnival
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Michelle Raki at Luna Park
Shaun Jarvis at Freestyle Now for providing talent
Drew Dunlop and Matt Wood
CAMERA GEAR USED:
Canon Mark 3
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