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Auckland Sky Jump

If you’re looking for things to do in Auckland then don’t miss SkyJump where you will plummet 192 metres off the Sky Tower at 85 km an hour! This is New Zealand’s highest jump and the only Base Jump by wire.

Experience the sensation of base jumping in a safe and controlled environment from the top of the Southern Hemisphere’s tallest building.

SkyJump - New Zealand's Highest Jump!

Leap off Auckland's famous Sky Tower - 192 metres straight down! SkyJump is one of New Zealand's most thrilling tourist attractions and one of Auckland city's 'don't miss!' experiences.

Rush through the air with this base jump by wire at around 85km/h falling for around 11 seconds.

While the rush is unbeatable, SkyJump is also supremely safe and comfortable. there is no hanging around upside-down, and you'll land gently on your feet on the landing platform below.

Experience Includes

  • Base jump by wire from Auckland's Sky Tower
  • Plummet 192 metres at 85km an hour
  • All equipment
  • Ticket to visit the observation levels in the Sky Tower
  • SkyJump certificate
  • Lockers

Experience Excludes

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Photos and videos
  • Refreshments

Departs

Daily, year round (except Christmas Day), weather permitting.

Start times

Jumps operate from 10.30am to 5.00pm.

Duration

1 hour.

Terms & Conditions

  • The maximum weight limit for Sky Jump is 122kg. The minimum weight is 30kg (however in strong winds this increases to 45kg).
  • The minimum age for Sky Jump is 10.
  • Children between the ages of 10-15 must have written parental consent.
  • Certain medical conditions may mean you are not permitted on Sky Jump for your own safety. People with heart problems should consult their physician.
  • Please inform the tour operator locally if you have the following conditions: High or low blood pressure, heart conditions, epilepsy (excluding photosentive epilepsy), broken or fractured bones/dislocations, fragile skin, neurological disorders, diabetes, asthma, prosthetics, panic/anxiety attacks or recent spains/muscular injuries
  • The activity is not suitable for pregnant women.
  • A jump suit must be worn and closed footwear must be worn at all times for safety reasons.

  • All Sky Jumpers must be well rested, hydrated and have recently eaten before commencing their activity.