Skydiving Airlie Beach

Skydiving Airlie Beach

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Adrenaline helps make all your sightseeing and thrill-seeking dreams come true in the Whitsundays, with a range of beach skydiving packages over the majestic drop zone of Airlie Beach. 

You can fly high, with jump altitudes between 7000 feet and 15,000 feet, absorbing the spectacular natural sights of the Great Barrier Reef’s azure seas and white-sand islands, with the upgradable option of Queens Beach or pristine parkland touch points.  

What is skydiving in Airlie Beach like?

Skydiving in Airlie Beach is like floating in your own custom-made dream. But this idyllic and gentle art also embraces scenic sights to savour over the Great Barrier Reef. 

Your adrenaline will charged, heart will be pounding and you will also conquer your own limitations when you rise to the challenge and plunge forth from your aircraft, travelling at speeds of up to 200km per hour, for the ultimate thrill of freefalling for an insane up to 60 seconds. 

Your tandem skydiving instructor will be with you on the ground and in the air, as you float under your parachute canopy for five to seven minutes of unmatched island bliss before touching base in paradise at your white-sand drop zone.  

Who would enjoy a skydiving voucher in Airlie Beach?

Thrill seekers and high fliers combined would love to receive an Adrenaline gift voucher to purchase skydiving in Airlie Beach or at any location throughout Australia. Vouchers are valid for three years, can be instantly emailed to the recipient or arrive by post. 

Adrenaline offers more than 2500 air, water and land-based adventures and activities at dream destinations throughout Australia. 

Tandem skydivers at Airlie Beach must be a minimum age of 14 years old, not suffer from heart conditions or epilepsy, and they must not be pregnant. Apart from weight limits of up to 95kg, almost anyone with a sense of high-spirited adventure would thrill to an Adrenaline voucher for skydiving over Airlie Beach. 

All tandem skydiving packages offered by Adrenaline also include free return transfers from your island base and your Australian Parachute Federation levy is also covered in the package. 

What should I do the night before my skydiving experience in Airlie Beach?

You will need a good night’s rest before your big adventure and it’s important not to drink excessively or consume recreational substances. Your head and bloodstream will need to be clear and refreshed for the unmatched adrenaline rush of tandem skydiving over the picturesque township of Airlie Beach. 

Most importantly, embrace the anticipation of this bucket-list achievement while absorbing the most spectacular island scenery on offer in Australia. 

What do I need to do before skydiving in Airlie Beach?

Check the weather forecast, which is usually sky-blue perfection on the Whitsunday Islands. In the event of rain, your skydiving event will be postponed to a more suitable temperate zone and time.

You should arrive early, wearing loose, comfortable attire and enclosed footwear that is free from heavy soles and elaborate buckles. 

Please note that you must bring confirmation of your Adrenaline skydiving booking and personal ID for registration.

Don’t forget your hat and sunglasses for the 20-minute scenic flight and apply plenty of sunscreen for the plunge towards the white sands of paradise. 

What other experiences would my loved one enjoy in Airlie Beach?

The pristine waterways and sightseeing opportunities at Airlie Beach are naturally designed for all water-based and scenic-flight pastimes and experiences. 

You and your beloved could set sail on a sea kayaking adventure or take off together on a jet boat ride to rev the senses. 

If the sky is the limit for your loved one, you could also enjoy the ultimate thrills, spills, twists and turns of a 30-minute aerobatic flight, high above the sky-blue Airlie Beach waters.

There is also the option of the popular learn-to-fly-a-helicopter experience, which will put you in full-throttle control over the breathtaking sea and sands, and also guide you into the landing zone.