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With its pristine beaches and wide-open countryside, Perth is a striking place to look at from the air. Take it all in with a skydiving experience where you'll jump from up to 15,000 ft and soar over the picturesque landscape of Perth.
We've narrowed down the best skydiving experiences Perth has to offer.
Our top picks: Skydiving experiences in Perth you can book right now
10,000ft Rottnest Island Tandem Skydive from finder.com.au
Best for: All-inclusive experience
Beach landing and a free beach side drink
Get 30 seconds of free fall time with your instructor and take in views of Rottnest Island and Perth
Enjoy complimentary transfers and a drink at Hotel Rottnest after your skydiving experience
Plus an extra $5 off with code on select dates when you buy 2 or more vouchers. Experiences include tours, zoo and wildlife interactions, hot air balloon flights, skydives, high teas, bike tours and more. Destinations include Sydney, Hunter Valley, Melbourne, Brisbane, Hobart, Canberra and more. T&Cs apply.
Available on select travel dates on activities including day tours, skydiving, hot air balloon flights, transfers, quad biking, attraction passes and cruise. Destinations include in Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Cairns, Canberra, Brisbane, Hobart and more. T&Cs apply.
Up to 23% off flying experiences plus an extra $5 off with code
Available on select dates when you spend a minimum of $250. Activities include hot air ballooning, skydiving, helicopter scenic flights. Destinations include Whitsundays, Gold Coast, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Hunter Valley, Sydney and more. T&Cs apply.
Available on select dates in 2021 on experiences like hot air balloon flights, scenic helicopter flights, skydives, flying lessons and more. Destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Hunter Valley, Great Ocean Road, Perth and more.
Available on select experiences and activities like skydiving, scenic helicopter flights, kayaking, whale watching, hot air ballooning, quad biking and more. Destinations include Sydney, Byron, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Darwin and Perth.
Available on select travel dates on activities including hot air balloon flights, skydives, sightseeing cruises, whale watching cruises and dining experiences. Destinations include Sydney, Cairns, Perth, Gold Coast, Melbourne and more.
Available on select travel dates for activities including skydiving, hot air balloon flights, quad biking, scuba diving, whale watching, bridge climbing, high tea and more. Destinations include Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Melbourne and more.
Available on experiences across Australia including Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Hobart and more. Minimum spend of $250 required. Activities include hot air balloon flights, hop-on hop-off bus tours, whale watching cruises, skydives, high teas, quad biking experiences and more. T&Cs apply.
Available on experiences across Australia including Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Sunshine Coast and more. Minimum spend of $300 required. Activities include hot air balloon flights, hop-on hop-off bus tours, whale watching cruises, skydives, high teas, quad biking experiences and more. T&Cs apply.
Frequently asked questions about skydiving in Perth
Where can I skydive in Perth and surrounding areas?
Perth: iFly Perth is located 10 minutes from Perth CBD via car.
Rockingham: 40 minutes south of Perth via car.
Rottnest Island: 25-minute ferry ride from Fremantle or 90 minutes via ferry departing from Perth's Barrack Street Jetty.
Can I skydive with prescription glasses or sunglasses?
Skydiving companies may offer goggles to fit over prescription glasses. This comes down to individual companies, though, 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 you jump wearing your own parachute with two skydiving instructors on 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.
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.
Courtney Edwards is an associate travel publisher at Finder. She has a Bachelor of Communication majoring in Journalism and sub-majoring in English from Western Sydney University and a Certificate II in Tourism. She discovered her love for travel while completing a semester abroad in England and travelling around Europe. Outside of work, you’ll find Courtney visiting new brunch spots and planning her next adventure.
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