When one thinks of Sydney, an image instantly appears: sandy beaches, extreme sports, the Sydney Opera House, fine dining and of course, the stunning skyline.
Recently, Sydney’s vast roster of tourist attractions expanded to include a globally-loved extreme sport: skydiving. Adrenaline junkies from all around the world aim to skydive in Sydney.
You can go skydiving in Sydney at two locations: Newcastle and Wollongong. At each location you can witness nature at its finest!
Dive into our guide to know more about skydiving in Sydney.
Here are a few guidelines and regulations to follow before skydiving in Sydney.
Anyone under 95 kg can go skydiving in Sydney. Those between 95-110 kg may have to pay a surcharge. Any individual above 110 kg will be assessed with a health checkup.
The minimum age to skydive in Australia is 12 years. However, it is mandatory that those between the age of 12 to 18 be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian on the day of the jump. There is no maximum age limit but people with cardiovascular conditions and vertigo should refrain from this activity.
Wear loose, casual clothing and sneakers. Heels and high boots will not be permitted at the center. All skydivers will be provided with a custom jumpsuit and if required, fleeces and gloves for the winter season. Avoid any material that can get caught in the jumpsuit.