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

If you’re keen to see Canberra and its surrounds from a bird's eye view, here’s everything you need to know.

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If you want to skydive over Canberra, your options consist of jumping directly from the ACT's capital or heading one hour north to Goulburn. Whatever you decide, skydiving in Canberra is made easy with our guide on what to book, where to go and the best deals currently available. So what are you waiting for? The adventure of a lifetime awaits.

Where can I book a skydiving experience in Canberra?

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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
Adrenaline
Adrenaline - Skydiving in Canberra
5 years
No
Yes
Yes
RedBalloon
RedBalloon - Skydiving in Canberra
5 years
$10
Yes
Yes
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Our top picks: Skydiving experiences in Canberra that you can book right now

Canberra Tandem Skydive from 15,000ft

Canberra Tandem Skydive from 15,000ft from RedBalloon

Best for: Canberra views

Highlights:
  • Views of Canberra and the Snowy Mountains
  • Flight certificate upon completion
  • Meet at Deakin Oval
  • View details
    Goulburn Tandem Skydive from 15,000ft

    Goulburn Tandem Skydive from 15,000ft from RedBalloon

    Best for: Price

    Highlights:
  • Available on weekends
  • Views of the Southern Tablelands
  • Flight certificate upon completion
  • View details
    Solo Skydive – Stage 1 First Jump

    Solo Skydive – Stage 1 First Jump from Adrenaline

    Best for: Solo jumping

    Highlights:
  • 3-month membership for the Australian Parachute Federation
  • Jump, parachute and land on your own
  • Guided by experts via radio
  • View details

    Skydiving in Canberra: Inclusions, locations and more

    ExperienceLocationDurationExtras/inclusionsWhere to book
    Canberra Tandem Skydive from 15,000ftCanberraUp to 70 seconds of freefall
    • Tandem skydive
    • 20-minute flight to altitude
    • 5-7 minute canopy glide
    RedBalloon
    Goulburn Tandem Skydive from 15,000ftGoulburnUp to 60 seconds of freefall
    • Tandem skydive
    • Safety briefing
    • Canopy glide

    RedBalloon

    Adrenalin Skydive

    Solo Skydive – Stage 1 First JumpGoulburnUp to 60 seconds of freefall
    • Solo skydive
    • Two expert instructors to guide you
    • Full ground training
    Adrenaline

    Skydiving deals

    RedBalloon RedBalloon
    Exclusive

    Extra $10 off site-wide with code

    Adrenaline Adrenaline

    Up to 30% off flying experiences

    RedBalloon RedBalloon
    Exclusive

    Canberra: Up to 25% off things to do + Extra 10% off with code

    Viator Viator

    Up to $26 off things to do in Australia


    Frequently asked questions about Skydiving in Canberra

    Where can I skydive in Canberra?

    You can skydive over the city itself or from Goulburn, which is just an hour north of Canberra.

    What is the skydiving weight limit in Australia?

    Individuals over 110kg cannot skydive. Some providers may also charge a fee for people who are over a certain weight.

    What is the skydiving age limit in Australia?

    The minimum age for skydiving is 12 and children must have parental consent.


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