iFly Melbourne

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What is iFly?

iFly runs indoor skydiving locations around Australia, and Melbourne. The on-site state-of-the-art vertical wind tunnel lets you enjoy a feeling of freefall that’s equivalent to a jump from 14,000ft. The highly-trained team will give you full instruction, but there’s no need for lengthy training to go indoor skydiving.

Whether this would be your first-time or you’re a return flyer, the team will make you feel comfortable and make sure you walk away having made the most of your time airborne. iFly caters for solo flyers, families, parties and work groups. We’ll be happy to help you get booked in at a time and date that suits.


Where is indoor skydiving in Melbourne?

iFly Melbourne is at 2 Burns St, Essendon Fields, Victoria. This is just 16kms north of Melbourne CBD, making it an easily accessible option for both locals and visitors to the city.


When does iFly Melbourne open?

iFly Melbourne opened in September 2019, joining other iFly locations around Australia in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Gold Coast. It’s open seven days a week, including public holidays.


What do you wear to iFly?

You don’t need to buy any special clothing ahead of your visit to iFly. Just go along on the day in enclosed, laced up shoes and wear something comfortable. You’ll be given a helmet, safety goggles and flight suit on the day, so you’ll look the part and stay safe.


What is the age limit for iFly?

Indoor skydiving can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The minimum age to take part at iFly Melbourne is three, and so long as you meet the weight limits and are in reasonably good health (not pregnant or dealing with heart, neck or back issues) you can take part. Talking of those weight limits, the upper limit if you’re under 180cm is 105kg. If you’re taller than 180cm, the maximum weight is 115kg.


How much does iFly cost?

All iFly indoor skydiving Melbourne options and prices can be found on these pages. Take a look at what’s available to find your perfect match. Prices are likely to increase the more flights you take, and fun extras like strapping on a VR headset for a virtual reality skydive also attract an extra fee.


What does indoor skydiving feel like?

If you’ve ever done a real skydive you’ll instantly recognise the sensation inside the wind tunnel as the same as freefall. Each flight is just short of a minute, giving you the same experience as a skydive from around 14,000 feet. First time indoor skydiving? You’ll feel like you’re floating on a cushion of air… one that holds you up to twist and turn on! The best way to find out is to do it yourself.