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NSW Only Outback Skydive

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NSW Only Outback Skydive

tandem skydiving nsw Armidale, Balranald, Barraba, Bathurst, Bombala, Bourke, Broken Hill, Cameron’s Corner, Cobar, Cooma, Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Corryong,   Spectacular views! Cowra, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Goondiwindi, Griffith, Gunnedah, Hay, Hillston, Inverell, Ivanhoe, Jindabyne, Lightning Ridge, Mallacoota, Menindee, Mildura, Moree, Mudgee, Mungindi, Narrabri, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Robinvale, Silver City, Swan Hill, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Tibooburra, Trangie, Trunkey Creek, Tumut, Walgett, Warialda, Wee Waa, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, and Young.

Tandem skydive Outback NSW

Skydive Oz travel to country NSW throughout the year so people like you, who live hours from a skydiving centre can jump over your home town!

We offer tandem skydiving 2- 4 times a year in BathurstDubboWagga Wagga,OrangeCowra and Parkes. We will also travel to any country town for group bookings. Check our Calendar for upcoming dates – we may be coming to a town near you soon.

Ideal for Buck’s or Hen’s Parties, Birthdays, Weddings or Staff Incentives – come up with your own excuse to throw yourself or that special someone from a plane! We do require a minimum number of bookings which varies depending on where you live in NSW – call or email us for a quote.

Jump Over Your Home Town…

In the last twelve years Skydive Oz has travelled to over 50 regional NSW towns – tandem skydiving in Armidale, Balranald, Barraba, Bathurst, Bombala, Bourke, Broken Hill,

tandem skydiving nsw Armidale, Balranald, Barraba, Bathurst, Bombala, Bourke, Broken Hill, Cameron’s Corner, Cobar, Cooma, Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Corryong,   Spectacular views! Cowra, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Goondiwindi, Griffith, Gunnedah, Hay, Hillston, Inverell, Ivanhoe, Jindabyne, Lightning Ridge, Mallacoota, Menindee, Mildura, Moree, Mudgee, Mungindi, Narrabri, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Robinvale, Silver City, Swan Hill, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Tibooburra, Trangie, Trunkey Creek, Tumut, Walgett, Warialda, Wee Waa, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, and Young.

Spectacular views!

Cameron’s Corner, Cobar, Cooma, Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Corryong, Cowra, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Goondiwindi, Griffith, Gunnedah, Hay, Hillston, Inverell, Ivanhoe, Jindabyne, Lightning Ridge, Mallacoota, Menindee, Mildura, Moree, Mudgee, Mungindi, Narrabri, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Robinvale, Silver City, Swan Hill, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Tibooburra, Trangie, Trunkey Creek, Tumut, Wagga Wagga, Walgett, Warialda, Wee Waa, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, and Young.

Add your home town to the list!

Raising Funds For Royal Flying Doctor Service

Royal Flying Doctor Service

Jump for charity

Jump for charity – In 2014 Skydive Oz will be donating $5 for every tandem skydive done in regional NSW.In the past we have had huge success in raising funds on our Outback Tours and are now extending fundraising to all towns we visit in 2014.

Outback Tours

Twice a year Skydive Oz travel from town to town over a three week period to

tandem skydiving nsw Armidale, Balranald, Barraba, Bathurst, Bombala, Bourke, Broken Hill, Cameron’s Corner, Cobar, Cooma, Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Corryong,   Spectacular views! Cowra, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Goondiwindi, Griffith, Gunnedah, Hay, Hillston, Inverell, Ivanhoe, Jindabyne, Lightning Ridge, Mallacoota, Menindee, Mildura, Moree, Mudgee, Mungindi, Narrabri, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Robinvale, Silver City, Swan Hill, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Tibooburra, Trangie, Trunkey Creek, Tumut, Walgett, Warialda, Wee Waa, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, and Young.raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. In 2013 they raised over $1500 for the RFDS and will continue to support this worthy charity in future tours.

In 2014 there will be two mini Outback tours. Check out the towns we are going to on our June Tour and August Tour.

Bookings

For bookings call 1300 185 180 or email us.
**Please note we do have weight limits – you will need to be assessed on the day of your skydive if you are over 100kg (male) or 90kg (female). Check our FAQ page for more details.

Gift Vouchers

Throw that special someone from a plane – order a Gift Voucher now!

DVD and Photo Options

USB or DVD – capture your entire skydiving experience from freefall to landing, including you

tandem skydiving nsw Armidale, Balranald, Barraba, Bathurst, Bombala, Bourke, Broken Hill, Cameron’s Corner, Cobar, Cooma, Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Corryong,   Spectacular views! Cowra, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Goondiwindi, Griffith, Gunnedah, Hay, Hillston, Inverell, Ivanhoe, Jindabyne, Lightning Ridge, Mallacoota, Menindee, Mildura, Moree, Mudgee, Mungindi, Narrabri, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Robinvale, Silver City, Swan Hill, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Tibooburra, Trangie, Trunkey Creek, Tumut, Walgett, Warialda, Wee Waa, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, and Young.flying your parachute,before and after scenes all put to music in  a 5 – 8 minute production. Decide on the day or book in advance.

Photos – Over 200 high definition (5MB) digital photographs of your entire skydiving experience put on a CD to take home as soon as you have landed. These images can be printed up to poster size and look amazing! Decide on the day or book ahead for photos.

Skydive Oz Outback Tandem Prices

$349  - Tandem Skydive from 14000 feet in any of our outback or coastal NSW locations!!!

 

tandem skydiving nsw Armidale, Balranald, Barraba, Bathurst, Bombala, Bourke, Broken Hill, Cameron’s Corner, Cobar, Cooma, Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Corryong,   Spectacular views! Cowra, Deniliquin, Dubbo, Glen Innes, Goondiwindi, Griffith, Gunnedah, Hay, Hillston, Inverell, Ivanhoe, Jindabyne, Lightning Ridge, Mallacoota, Menindee, Mildura, Moree, Mudgee, Mungindi, Narrabri, Nyngan, Orange, Parkes, Robinvale, Silver City, Swan Hill, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Tibooburra, Trangie, Trunkey Creek, Tumut, Walgett, Warialda, Wee Waa, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, and Young.

An experience of a lifetime

$99 Digital photos on DVD or USB

$119 Video Only on DVD or USB

$139 Video & Photos on DVD or USB

 


parachute training

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The earliest evidence for the parachute dates back to the Renaissance period.[3] The oldest parachute design appears in an anonymous manuscript from 1470s Renaissance Italy (British Museum Add. MSS 34,113, fol. 200v), showing a free-hanging man clutching a cross bar frame attached to a conical canopy.[4] As a safety measure, four straps run from the ends of the rods to a waist belt. The design is a marked improvement over another folio (189v), which depicts a man trying to break the force of his fall by the means of two long cloth streamers fastened to two bars which he grips with his hands.[5] Although the surface area of the parachute design appears to be too small to offer effective resistance to the friction of the air and the wooden base-frame is superfluous and potentially harmful, the revolutionary character of the new concept is obvious.[5]
Shortly after, a more sophisticated parachute was sketched by the polymath Leonardo da Vinci in his Codex Atlanticus (fol. 381v) dated to ca. 1485.[4] Here, the scale of the parachute is in a more favorable proportion to the weight of the jumper. Leonardo's canopy was held open by a square wooden frame, which alters the shape of the parachute from conical to pyramidal.[5] It is not known whether the Italian inventor was influenced by the earlier design, but he may have learned about the idea through the intensive oral communication among artist-engineers of the time.[6] The feasibility of Leonardo's pyramidal design was successfully tested in 2000 by Briton Adrian Nicholas and again in 2008 by Luigi Cani.[7] According to the historian of technology Lynn White, these conical and pyramidal designs, much more elaborate than early artistic jumps with rigid parasols in Asia, mark the origin of "the parachute as we know it."[3]
Fausto Veranzio's 1595 parachute design titled "Flying Man" or "the Man with an Angel's Blessing"
The Croatian inventor Fausto Veranzio (Faust Vrančić) (1551–1617) examined da Vinci's parachute sketch, and set out to implement one of his own. He kept the square frame, but replaced the canopy with a bulging sail-like piece of cloth that he came to realize decelerates the fall more effectively.[5] A now-famous depiction of a parachute that he dubbed Homo Volans (Flying Man), showing a man parachuting from a tower, presumably St Mark's Campanile in Venice, appeared in his book on mechanics, Machinae Novae (1615 or 1616), alongside a number of other devices and technical concepts.[8] It was widely believed that in 1617, Vrančić, then aged 65 and seriously ill, implemented his design and tested the parachute by jumping from St Mark's Campanile,[9] from a bridge nearby,[10] or from St Martin's Cathedral in Bratislava.[11][12] In various publications it was falsely claimed that the event was documented some thirty years later by John Wilkins, founder and secretary of the Royal Society in London in his book Mathematical Magick or, the Wonders that may be Performed by Mechanical Geometry, published in London in 1648.[10] However, in this book, John Wilkins wrote about flying, not about parachutes. He neither mentions Faust Vrančić nor a parachute jump nor any event in 1617, and doubts about this test along with no written evidence of its occurrence, lead to the conclusion that it never occurred, and was caused by a misreading of historical notes.[13]
According to other publications, the Chinese began parachuting as long ago as the 1100s, while modern skydiving began with Jacques Garnerin from France and his experiments and public demonstrations in 1797

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