Location: Busselton Regional Airport
Point of difference
Tandem skydive over the spectacular Busselton and Margaret River Regions!
Land on the beaches of the famous Busselton Foreshore, and afterwards, enjoy a complimentary beer or wine to celebrate your jump.
This is the adrenalin rush you've been waiting for!
Tandem Skydive from 10, 14 or 15,000ft over the spectacular Busselton and Margaret River Regions.
Your experience will begin with a 20 minute flight over Busselton and the spectacular Margaret River Region. From altitude you will have amazing views of Geographe Bay, the famous Busselton Jetty, Cape Naturaliste and the wineries beyond.
Then it's time for the door to open, and ready? set? GO!
The biggest rush comes during freefall where you and your instructor will plummet toward the earth at 200km/hour. Feel the adrenalin pumping as you spread your wings and 'do the Superman.'
Your landing will take place on the beaches of the beautiful Busselton foreshore, alongside the famous Busselton Jetty. Here, your friends and family can relax, take photos, and watch you 'land on the sand!'
Our professional team can film the whole experience for you from start-to-finish, so you can re-live the adventure again and again.
Skydivers enjoy a free celebratory beer or wine at The Goose Cafe after your jump.
Take the plunge!
Skydive deposits are non-refundable in the case of change of mind or for not adhering to Southern Skydivers terms and conditions of service.
Southern Skydivers reserves the right to cancel skydive activities for any reason. In the event that a skydive is cancelled due to adverse weather conditions passengers will have to opportunity to nominate another date or their payment will be refunded in full.
From Busselton, head north on Busselton Highway/Causeway Road. Turn left at the roundabout onto Busselton Highway, and take your 2nd right onto the Vasse Highway (at Sir Stewart Bovell Park.) Travel along the Vasse Highway for 3.9kms, and turn left at Busselton Regional Airport, Airport Drive. We are located in the first green hangar.