Ramblers Parachute Centre, Toogoolawah

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Skydiving and parachuting, tandem skydiving and learning to skydive - all available at Ramblers Parachute Centre, Toogoolawah, located only one hour and 30 minutes from Brisbane. It will give you the extreme adrenalin rush of a lifetime, so, "Do it in Tandem" or "Learn to Skydive" at the Ramblers Toogoolawah drop zone (just outback of Brisbane) and be surrounded by koalas and kangaroos. Jump today!

Ramblers have qualified and experienced instructors who are keen to take you for a tandem skydive or help you gain the skills you will need to ease your way into this unique and fascinating sport. To Do it in Tandem with Ramblers you must be at least 12 years old (12 to 18 require parental authority), of average health and fitness and weigh under 100 kilograms. To Learn to Skydive (minimum 16 years) with Ramblers select from the Skydiving Instructional Packages offered to find what suits you best.

Ramblers is Queensland's largest and longest established skydiving operation. They have been teaching people to jump out of aeroplanes since 1972 and they would like to take you too.

Come and find out why Ramblers are 'Famous for Fun'!

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Public Telephone

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

Tandem Skydive (14,000 feet) at Ramblers Toogoolawah

Tandem skydiving and parachuting at the Ramblers Toogoolawah drop zone, in the picturesque Brisbane Valley, just "Outback of Brisbane". Jump from 14,000 feet and freefall for one minute strapped securely and comfortably to your instructor. After the parachute has opened enjoy the view of lakes and mountains. After you land at the Ramblers custom built skydivers drop zone, stay and enjoy the facilities including the pool, barbecue and licensed bar. On weekends you are even invited to stay overnight (free accommodation in the Club bunkhouse) and enjoy the smorgasbord dinner, bonfire and party. You’ll be amongst friends and be made to feel welcome.

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$299 $299
Learning To Skydive Courses at Ramblers Drop Zone - Toogoolawah

Learn to skydive at Ramblers drop zone at Toogoolawah. Choose from one of the internationally accredited Skydiving Course Packages. Choose from a one day one jump course to 10 day 20 jump packages.

All courses include coaching from qualified instructors, state of the art equipment, all jumps from 14,000 feet including a 60 second freefall and free Clubhouse accommodation.

The 20 jump Addiction Package includes video coverage of all Course jumps, photos, upgraded accommodation, international A licence, packing qualification and much more.

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$395 $395
Night Tandem Skydive at Ramblers Drop Zone - Toogoolawah

For the most mind-blowing experience and the most amazing visuals ever, be a falling star and come for a tandem skydive at night!

Night Jumps are scheduled around days of the full moon.

Contact them to find out when the next night jumps are happening.

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$399 $399

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Free Entry
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Kumbia is a small town nestled into the foothills of the Bunya Mountains, on the Bunya Highway, between the Mountains and Kingaroy. This picturesque little town offers a great opportunity to stop and stock up on groceries and fuel before you head up into the Bunyas - note there are only basic supplies available at The Bunyas general store and no fuel or bottle shop on the mountain.

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