Offering a 50-metre freefall with an optional water dip and a total of 16 possible jump styles, there is something for everyone. Of all the adrenaline that can be found in the FNQ and Cairns, there’s nothing that raises hair on people’s backs like bungy jumping does.
This is all about the fear factor, pushing your limits, challenging your body, mentality, and of course, another perfect opportunity for a photo that tells your family you are doing just fine. AJ Hackett will definitely be the best option for you with talented and experienced staff that will make sure your leap of faith is a story you will be able to tell your friends and family for years to come.
Push your limits. Go further. Take the leap. Towering high above the rainforest, this jump is not for the faint hearted. Offering a 50-metre freefall with an optional water dip and a total of 16 possible jump styles, there is something for everyone. Whatever style or activity you are looking for during your jump, Skypark Cairns has you covered from tandem jumps, jumping with a bicycle, chair…the options are endless it seems. The park is also an all weather site so if you come rain or shine, you are still guaranteed to have the time of your life as you…
If you are under 45kg or if you don’t want to take the leap alone, you can jump with a friend. Tandem jumps may incur an additional cost, however.
All equipment used for this experience are produced using the highest-available standards in manufacturing. The hardware requires ratings and certifications before being installed. Our suppliers provide the utmost safety for their customers and crew.
No. It will not hurt your back. The transition is actually quite smooth, and since the chord is made of elastic, it ends up stretching you. It doesn’t have anymore impact on your back than riding a mountain bike, snowboarding, or surfing.
Yes, you can! Our suppliers take pride in their job when it comes to helping anyone they can, and are able to help people of all abilities and can also jump people in wheelchairs.
There are two points for each jump. There will be a traditional tie around your ankles and a waist harness. There will also be a back-up form of attachment.