Congrats to those of you who figured out Andrew’s first clue yesterday! Reader Justin was the first to comment correctly. Here’s the complete answer:
Entrance gates to Luna Park, 18 Lower Esplanade, St. Kilda, Victoria.
Opened in December 1912, Luna Park was modeled after New York’s Coney Island and built by American entrepreneur J.D. Williams–the same man who made Charlie Chaplin famous. Nearly a century later, its wooden roller coaster, blinking lights, and old-time funhouse atmosphere brighten the Melbourne suburb of St. Kilda.
And now for the next clue:
December 2, 2010
My favorite Australian band showed me around, taking me into the cool parts of town. A line from their song inscribed on a bench–or perhaps this time, it’s the other way round? What street is this and who are these two guys?
- Nat Geo Expeditions