Skydiving in Darwin: A guide to where, when and the best deals

Handy hints on booking a skydive over Darwin and deeper parts of the Northern Territory


If you want to experience Darwin in a way that few people do, think about booking a skydive.

Climb up to 12,000 feet into the air and see this part of Australia from the sky.

Jumps are available over Darwin’s beaches and, if you’re heading to Ayers Rock later on in your journey, you can book a skydive there, too.

Here’s everything you need to know about jumping from planes in some of the most popular parts of the Northern Territory.

Where can I do skydiving in Darwin?

Top End Tandems offers skydiving in Lee Point Beach while Sky Dive Uluru offers tandem dives in Uluru, if you’re headed down that way while travelling in the Northern Territory. These can be booked through RedBalloon here.

Skydiving experiences in Darwin compared

ExperienceBook withPriceLocationHeightExtras/inclusions
20-second freefallTop End Tandems$380Darwin International Airport8,000ftVideo and images package available to purchase
30-second freefallTop End Tandems$420Darwin International Airport10,000ftVideo and images package available to purchase
45-second freefallTop End Tandems$450Darwin International Airport12,000ftVideo and images package available to purchase

Image: Top End Tandems

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