Are you looking for a totally unique adrenaline thrill? Running seven stories down the side of a building face-first combines the adrenaline-pumping thrill of bungee with the control of abseiling.

If you are finding life a bit tame, go rap jumping or forward abseiling - this quite simply is one of the biggest thrills you can get and best of all your rap jump is located in central Melbourne.

Rap Jumping, also known as forward abseil running or rappelling is a technique used by special forces and adrenaline-junkies alike, where forward-vision is required during an abseil. The team are fully qualified and experienced abseil and rap jumping instructors, where safety is the name of the game. With 30 years experience at sending people Rap Jumping, you can be sure that you will have the safest experience possible.

Days of operation:
  • Sessions run daily at 12:00pm (noon). More availablities on weekends. Can run at requested times for group bookings.

Rap Jumping is a highly advanced form of freestyle rope work.

The method used is a forward single rope technique rappel commonly known as the Aussie Rappel. Safety is first priority with a 100 per cent safety record since commercialisation in 1989.

Instructors are carefully selected for ability, thoroughly trained and will personally instruct you on every jump. You are in total control of your speed of descent, but there is also a brake person as a double safety measure.

Abseiling courses are available for everyone, from beginners through to experienced thrill seeker and also offer an Introduction to Abseil course for those with little to no experience, teaching the basic skills and procedures of traditional abseiling.

Those who want a more advanced experience will enjoy the Rap Jumping course. Conducted by extremely experienced and qualified instructors, safety is first priority. The instructors are dedicated to giving you the best experience.

334 City Road, Urban Central Carpark, Southbank, Victoria, 3006

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