Tandem skydiving is a great way to experience the thrill of a 200 kilometres per hour free-fall, and create a memory which will last a lifetime. Skydiving Victoria is the ultimate adrenaline rush, and will keep you grinning from ear to ear for weeks.
Upon arrival at the drop zone you will meet your tandem skydiving instructor, and be given a safety briefing to cover all of the important aspects of your skydive.
There is no prior experience needed for tandem skydiving Victoria, as you will be attached to a highly qualified tandem instructor during your entire skydive experience. You know you are in safe hands as all of our tandem skydiving instructors are qualified through the Australian Parachute Federation.
From there, it is straight onto the plane for a scenic flight to altitude, over Westernport Bay, with panoramic views of Philip Island, French Island, Melbourne City, and the Dandenong Ranges prior to your own skydiving Victoria experience.
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Commando Skydivers is Victoria's longest running skydiving club, with over 51 years of continuous operation.
No matter what you are looking for, a Tandem skydive experience, or a Learn to Skydive course, they have just the package for you.
Australia's highest skydive from 14,000 feet giving you up to 60 seconds of freefall. They provide complete training, and can even record this special event with a custom DVD and stills photos, so you can re-live your awesome skydiving experience over and over again.
Located on the South Gippsland Freeway, Commando Skydivers is the easiest dropzone to drive to, and is only 45 minutes from Melbourne. With an on site restaurant, they encourage you to turn your experience into a memorable adventure and invite your friends and family. Through summer they also operate over Phillip Island.
Commando Skydivers aircraft facilities are built to handle groups of any size and the instructors will ensure your jump is as memorable as it is exhilarating. The flight to height will take you over Westernport Bay, with panoramic views of French Island, Philip Island, Melbourne city, and the Dandenong Ranges.
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