Enjoy the amazing thrill and astounding costal night lights while Skydiving over the Sunshine Coast Beaches from a massive 12,000 feet above sea level!
After your briefing you will enjoy a 15-20 minute flight over the beautiful Sunshine Coast to the jump altitude at 12,000ft with 45 seconds of adrenalin-pumping freefall, then 5-8 minutes serenely floating down under canopy to your soft BEACH landing!!! To conclude your experience you will receive a Terminal Velocity Survivor's Certificate!
You can put your mind at ease knowing you will be in the capable hands of very experienced, expert instructors - eight of which are National Skydiving Champions!
Make it a day out and share the excitement with family and friends on Caloundra's beaches. There are plenty of BBQ areas available.
You may have landed but your feet won't touch the ground for weeks!
Sunshine Coast - QLD
Gifting this experience.
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Maximum weight is 100 kgs. Minimum age is 14 years and as old as you are game! Under 18 requires a parent or guardian's signature.
Your jump includes a $25 APF Membership, Survivor Certificate, Beach Landing on one of Caloundras Award winning beaches, Courtesy bus back to our Skydiving centre from the beach.
No cancellations within 48hours, once the plane is airborne no refund is available.
If the weather is unsuitable for skydiving on your scheduled day, you will be able rebook for another suitable date.
Customers can be declined entry if under the influence of alcohol/drugs, if over 100kg or if you have a medical condition not suitable for skydiving.
Please allow 2 hours from arrival to complete your jump.
Shorts and T-shirt in summer.
Warmer comfortable clothes in winter and for your night jump.
Closed in shoes, no loose items e.g jewellery, hats etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q.Is skydiving safe? A. Safety always comes first, fun comes in a close second. Our instructors are APF accredited and highly experienced, our equipment is maintained to higher than recommended standards and all our crew abide by our stringent safety pro-forma. Skydiving is an extreme sport, and like any extreme sport there is a certain amount of risk involved. All incidents, as small as they may seem are reported to the Australian Parachute Federation. Last years statistics stated that 1 in 10,000 skydives resulted in accident or injury. Compared with the statistics for registered cars in reported accidents in NSW being 9.8% the most dangerous part of your day is going to be driving to the drop zone! Q. Is it normal to be nervous? A. Yes, it is absolutely normal to feel nervous. Jumping out of a perfectly good airplane is not something that normal people do every day. You are about to freefall towards Earth at speeds in excess of 220 kph from over 4.5 kilometres up, if your adrenaline isn’t pumping, then I think we had better check for a pulse! You will arrive nervous and maybe even a little scared, but by the time you leave you will be feeling ten foot tall and bullet proof! Q. What happens if I am afraid of heights? A. Believe it or not, a good percentage of skydivers and pilots are afraid of heights. From 12,000 ft up you will not experience vertigo like you would climbing a ladder or standing on top of a building. Q. How fast will I be going in freefall? A. The terminal velocity (maximum fall rate) of a single person in freefall in approximately 120 mph to 230 kph. A tandem will fall faster than this but is slowed down to regular terminal velocity by the release of a small stabilising parachute called a drogue. Q. Does it hurt when the parachute opens? A. You will feel a slight jolt as the canopy opens, but as long you put all your important parts out of the way when your tandem instructor is gearing up you will be fine. Q. How hard is the landing? A. As a tandem student you will be instructed to lift your legs up in front of you so your tandem instructor can touch the ground first. If you don’t land on your feet, you will glide in on your bottom and the landing impact is just like stepping off of a chair or a step.