Freefall Xtreme Overview
Freefall Xtreme is the most exhilarating and exciting way to experience indoor skydiving! The wind tunnel at Freefall Xtreme uses powerful fans to generate a sustained airflow of up to 210 km/h, allowing you to hover in mid-air just like a skydiver in free fall. The unique experience gives you the freedom to soar high above the ground, while allowing you to perform flips and spins, with no need for a parachute!
The total experience takes approximately 15 minutes, including full training, safety briefing, changing into flight suit and flying for 1 minute 30 seconds which is longer than a 12000ft skydive freefall. Any age from 5 years old and over 20kgs can join the fun at Freefall Xtreme with a weight limit of 110kgs. Not only that but you can even fly in rain so there’s no excuse not to have fun!
For those looking for an unbeatable price, they offer packages so you can get more bang for your buck. Plus they make sure that everyone goes home with amazing memories regardless of how quickly they master tricks such as 360 degree spins! So come along and take advantage of our incredible prices starting from only $55 per person and enjoy flying like never before!
Freefall Xtreme is just one of many amazing attractions at Velocity Valley, the place to go if you want to get your senses tingling. For bungy jumping, jet boat rides, giant bungy swings, and more, visit Velocity Valley!
Monday: 9 AM–4 PM
Thursday–Friday: 9 AM–4 PM
Saturday: 9 AM–5 PM
Sunday: 9 AM–4 PM
Freefall Xtreme Flyer Information
NZ$55 per person
- Group/Event Hosting
You should not fly if you are pregnant or have previous shoulder dislocations.
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Wind Tunnel Information
Instructor Rating System
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Freefall Xtreme Competitions & Events
If you know of an upcoming event at this or any location, please submit it through our event submission form
Frequently Asked Questions
The Beginners Guide to Indoor Skydiving
Who Can Fly in a Wind Tunnel?