Skydiving in Brisbane: A guide to the top experiences, locations and deals

Find out everything you need to know before you book the ultimate adrenaline rush experience with a skydive over the bay and onto the beach.

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Skydiving in Noosa

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Skydiving is an experience like no other. Imagine the thrill of free-falling thousands of feet with views of Brisbane City, the Glasshouse Mountains, Moreton Island and Noosa.

Face your fears or just take in the view as you overlook Brisbane from the best vantage point. Check out our guide to decide which skydiving experience is right for you and have a tale you can tell for a lifetime.

Where can I book a skydiving experience in Brisbane and surrounding areas?

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Name Product Voucher validity Is there a sign up discount? Is price matching available? Can I book exclusive experiences? Where to book
Skydive Australia
Skydive Australia - Skydiving in Brisbane
3 years
No
Yes
Yes
Adrenaline
Adrenaline - Skydiving in Brisbane
5 years
No
Yes
Yes
RedBalloon
RedBalloon - Skydiving in Brisbane
5 years
$10
Yes
Yes
Klook
Klook - Skydiving in Brisbane
Depends on the individual experience
No
Yes
Yes
Experience Oz
Experience Oz - Skydiving in Brisbane
1 year
No
Yes
Yes
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Our top picks: Skydiving experiences in Brisbane you can book right now

iFly

iFly from RedBalloon

Best for: Indoor skydiving

    Highlights:
  • Airflow produces free falling feeling felt during a 12,000 ft skydive
  • Prices start from $79
  • Great introduction to skydiving for children
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    10,000 ft Noosa Skydive

    10,000 ft Noosa Skydive from Skydive Australia

    Best for: Price

      Highlights:
    • Free fall from up to 10,000 ft with prices starting from $239
    • A great introduction to skydiving for beginners
    • Experience a short burst of free fall over Noosa
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      Noosa Night Skydive

      Noosa Night Skydive from Skydive Australia

      Best for: Unique experience

        Highlights:
      • Skydive over the beaches in Noosa in pitch black
      • Great for experienced skydivers who want to try something new
      • Choose between a 10,000ft or 15,000ft skydive
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        Skydiving near Brisbane: Compare experiences, locations and more

        Skydiving experienceLocationExtras/inclusionsWhere to book
        iFly Indoor SkydivingBrisbane
        • Two indoor skydiving flights with pre-flight training
        • Locker rental
        • Personalised flight certificate
        RedBalloon
        Skydiving Sunshine Coast CaloundraCaloundra
        • 7,000 ft tandem skydiving experience
        • 3-month Australian Parachute Federation (APF) membership
        • Certificate
        Adrenaline
        10,000 ft Noosa SkydiveNoosa
        • 10,000 ft tandem skydiving experience
        • Free return transfers from Noosa CBD
        • 3-month Australian Parachute Federation (APF) membership
        • Certificate
        Skydive Australia
        10,000 ft Noosa SkydiveNoosa
        • 10,000 ft or 15,000 ft tandem skydive experience
        • 3-month Australian Parachute Federation (APF) membership
        • Certificate
        Skydive Australia

        Ready to take the plunge? Latest skydiving deals in Brisbane and surrounding areas

        RedBalloonRedBalloon
        Exclusive

        Things to do in Brisbane from $28 + Extra 10% off with code

        AdrenalineAdrenaline

        Up to $30 off skydiving experience

        AdrenalineAdrenaline

        Up to 37% off flying experiences

        ViatorViator

        Brisbane skydiving from $79


        Frequently asked questions about skydiving in Brisbane

        Where can I skydive in Brisbane and its surrounds?

        Bribie Island: 1.5 hours north of Brisbane via car.

        Noosa: 2 hours north of Brisbane via car.

        Can I skydive with prescription glasses or sunglasses?

        Skydiving companies may offer goggles to fit over prescription glasses. This comes down to individual companies, so if it's a serious concern for you, it's best to enquire before booking.

        Can I skydive solo?

        You can not skydive solo until you have completed the AFF (Accelerated Free Fall) stage 1 course. Most skydiving centres run these courses which include ground training and classroom work before jumping wearing your own parachute with two skydiving instructors either side of you. You can then progress to stages 2-9 and even go on to acquire your A-Licence Full Solo Course.

        What should I wear for skydiving?

        You must wear enclosed shoes. It's best to wear clothes that are comfortable and loose fitting. Most skydiving companies will provide you with a jumpsuit to wear over your clothes for your jump. Leave accessories, including jewellery and watches, at home so you don't lose them mid-air.

        What is the minimum age for skydiving?

        The minimum age for skydiving in Australia is 12 years old. Permission from a parent or guardian is required for people under the age of 18 wanting to skydive.

        Can I take my GoPro skydiving?

        For safety reasons, most skydiving companies will not let you take a GoPro on your dive. Instead, you can purchase a video and/or photo package that documents your skydiving experience.


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