Enjoy a 1 hour camel ride to enjoy the sunrise near Uluru (Ayers Rock) in the central Australian desert. Entire experience takes 2.5 hours in total.
All about the Uluru Tandem Sunset Skydive 12,000ft
Make your visit to Ayers Rock unforgettable! No need to climb Uluru... jump Uluru!
Enjoy the sunset scenic flight of Uluru (Ayers Rock) with views of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Lake Amadeus and Mt. Connor as you fly up to jump altitude.
Exit the aircraft from 12,000 feet to experience maximum free fall followed by a parachute flight back to the Drop Zone landing area at Ayers Rock Resort.
All Skydive Uluru tandem skydiving instructors are qualified by the Australian Parachute Federation and are experienced skydivers.
ROCK THE SKY! IF YOU ONLY JUMP ONCE… JUMP WITH SKYDIVE ULURU!
Uluru Tandem Sunset Skydive 12,000ft
Tour itinerary - Days
Uluru Tandem Skydive (with free fall)
Fly up to skydive altitude passing right by Uluru (Ayers Rock) with views of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Mt. Connor and Lake Amadeus.
Exit the aircraft from 12,000 feet or 10,000 feet. Enjoy a longer, thrilling free fall and a parachute ride of 4-5 minutes. Uluru is right there in front of you!
Australian Parachute Federation (APF) levy due on departure
Pick up from Yulara accommodation and campground included.
Sunset between 16:30 and 18:00, dependent on season.
Important NotesThings you need to know about this tour
AUD$25.00 APF (Australian Parachute Federation) levy fee. This can be purchased as an add-on at the time of booking or payable on the day of skydiving.
Average Duration: Allow up to 2 hours
Skydiving is a weather dependent activity. Certain weather conditions may delay, postpone or cancel the skydive.
We will advise the guests/tour agents if/where the the weather conditions are unsuitable for a skydive.
Guests with any medical conditions should contact the Skydive Uluru Chief Instructor. Tour participants should be in good general health, or call in advance for special needs. A doctor’s certificate may be required for some medical conditions.
-Can I take my GoPro with me? According to National Operational Regulations O.R. 9.7.2 “a parachutist must not carry a camera during a descent unless the parachutist holds at least a Certificate Class C’” If you don’t hold this certificate, you are not allowed to take your GoPro with you during a skydive in Australia. You can purchase a HD Video&Photo package of your jump on the day of skydiving.
Maximum weight 95kg.
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