Auckland Agent Showcase Event - "The BEST skydive I have ever done..."

Our skydives are booked by many of the travel agents, hotel staff and information centre teams around Auckland, so we invited some of them in for a look at our base, some food and drinks, and a few jumps! Well done to Beverley from I-Site Sky City for making it to the group photo - in canopy.

Julian, Peterpans Auckland - "The BEST skydive I have ever done. Everyone will tell you to go skydiving in Taupo, Wanaka or Queenstown. Believe me guys, I've been there and done that. So far, Auckland was my favourite skydive! The drive out to West Auckland is awesome, their facilities are top class as they are not just a tourism company, but also train solo jumpers. The skydive itself had views over Mt Taranaki, the west and east coast plus the Hauraki Gulf. Absolutely stunning.

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Tamaki Makaurau Auckland Ambassadors

Some of our team members are Tamaki Makaurau Auckland Ambassadors and have done a course designed for people engaging with international and domestic visitors across Auckland. The aim is to create storytellers and ambassadors with real pride in Tamaki Makaurau in Auckland.

Skydiving Fairies - Raising Money For Ella

We had an awesome fairy themed day this week! Those who had raised the $600 target to raise money for 4 year old Aucklander Ella, were treated to a 13,000ft skydive. Ella was here too and watched as fairies actually came down from the sky. Brilliant day and well done to everyone who took part. We are extending this fundraising cause until the end of March 2018 - so sign up NOW!

Ella was born at 25 weeks weighing 800 grams and was given a slim chance of ever leaving hospital.She has life long conditions: Cerebral Palsy, Hydrocephalus and Epilepsy. Ella has been selected to undergo Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) at St Louis Children's Hospital in America.

Jono from the Edge Afternoons skydive for radio competition

The Edge Afternoons with Jono, Ben & Sharyn visited Skydive Auckland to test run dropping $30,000 of fake cash to see how it would go, in prep for their Cash Cannon Competition where they will drop REAL money. And this is how it went

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Baby Loss NZ Awareness Month

Sarah from Baby Loss NZ faced her biggest fear - jumping out of a plane - during Baby Loss Awareness Month to help parents face their biggest fear and raise money for this cause. Due to lack of funding, the number of families that Baby Loss NZ were able to help this year has dropped significantly and it was great to welcome Sarah to Skydive Auckland to help her fundraise and this video clip was shown on TVNZ Newshub Click here to see more and watch the video.