AJ Hackett Cairns

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AJ Hackett the originators of Bungy since 1986 invite you to come and experience the world's most amazing adventure playground nestled in the World Heritage listed Rainforest overlooking the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns Bungy Tower, the One and Only Bungy in Australia, has a 'Jump Menu' offering 16 different Jump Styles from original Swan Dive all the way to riding a BMX bike off the roof! The Minjin Jungle Swing can be shared with your friends and is a great rush, lifting you to a height of 45 metres and sending you soaring through the rainforest at speeds of up to 120 kilometres per hour in only 3.5 seconds. With their Gravity Bar, rainforest setting and viewing decks overlooking Cairns and the surround areas, the AJ Hackett site is the perfect place to spend a day of adrenalin pumping fun! Why live on the edge when you can jump off!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our tours

Bungy and Swing Combo

Innovators of modern day Bungy, AJ Hackett prides itself on developing and running the world’s most exciting, adrenalin fueled challenge for any thrill seeker. And in keeping with the spirit of stretching limits the Minjin Jungle Swing was created to allow one, two or three people to experience extreme speed and acceleration together, soaring through the rainforest with speeds up to 120 kilometres per hour within 3.5 seconds!

Jump 50 metres from the one and only Bungy Tower in Australia, offering a world first 16 style Jump menu. Whether you are a first time jumper or a seasoned thrill seeker, no doubt they’ve got a jump to take you right out of your comfort zone!

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$259 $259

Push yourself to the MAX ! New package allowing you the chance to pre-book some Extreme Action ! Three very different styles of Jumping - the traditional Swan Dive, a Running Full Body Roof Harness and a Roof BMX Launch!

Please note: participation in Roof and BMX are at Jump Masters discretion on day of travel. If deemed unable to complete jumps, a substitute activity will be offered. Not available in wet weather.

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$299 $299
Bungy

The One and Only Bungy Tower in Australia is set in the lush tropical rainforest of North Queensland and offers a unique adrenaline experience for the young and old. Since 1990, the Smithfield Tower Bungy (50 metres) has played host to more than one and a half million visitors. The setting, combined with their unique 'Jump Menu' makes Cairns Bungy Tower the most spectacular place in the world to experience the thrills of Bungy.

Minimum jump age is 10 years old, minimum solo weight is 45 kilograms. There is no maximum jump weight or age limit! There aren't many restrictions - you can jump people in wheelchairs, with limited or no eyesight and many other cases - just call them for more information.

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$169 $169
Minjin Swing

Do it solo or buddied up - up to three people can enjoy the Minjin Jungle Swing together and soar at speeds in excess of 100 kilometres per hour. The Swing-zone takes you up to the rainforest canopy, closely hugs the hillside and weaves its way through the trees - this is what makes the Minjin Unique and really enhances the thrill of speed! Spectacular views and an awesome rush! It's a must-do experience! Minimum solo weight is 55 kilograms. No age limit applies, however height limit of 120 centimetres. Maximum combined weight is 240 kilograms (two or three persons). Maximum individual weight of 150 kilograms.

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$119 $119
Biggest Day Out

Bungy for a day! Biggest Day Out includes unlimited bungy jumps*, jump certificate, jump shirt, Minjin jungle swing, Minjin certificate, USB with Minjin photographs and Minjin GoPro footage and lunch.
*Guarantee minimum three jumps.

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$349 $349

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