Where is the Kawarau Bridge Bungy Site?
It is located along State Highway #6, in the Gibbston Valley, the main highway on your way from Cromwell, Dunedin and Christchurch. It is located just 25 minutes outside of Queenstown, heading North in the direction of Cromwell.
I want to go tandem, can I?
Yes, the Kawarau Bridge Bungy and the Auckland Harbour Bridge are the only 2 tandem Bungy options. And the Nevis Swing can also be done tandem. The maximum combined weight at the Kawarau is 235kg and in Auckland is 150kg. There cannot be more than a 30kg difference between the weight of the two Jumpers. Please note that other considerations will be taken into account on the day such as height difference and the weather, so we cannot guarantee until the day of your Jump that you will be able to do it tandem. However, we will work with you to ensure that you are taken care of.
Does a Thrillogy or any of your other combos have to be completed in one day?
No. You have up to a year to complete all 3 or more of the chosen activities.
Is the gondola included for the Ledge Bungy?
Unfortunately, we do not include the Gondola ticket in the price of the Ledge Bungy or the Ledge Swing.
Do I need to book ahead?
We strongly suggest to all customers that they book at least 48hrs in advance for all activities to ensure that they secure a time and date that best suits them.
Can I drive myself?
Yes and no... you can drive to the Kawarau Bridge Bungy, located on SH6 in the Gibbston Valley, just 25 minutes from Queesntown and to the Auckland Bridge Climb and Bungy Base in the Westhaven Reserve, just 10 minutes from downtown Auckland. The Ledge Bungy Site is only accessible via the Gondola or the Skyline access walking track. The Nevis site is strictly 4WD private access road only, so you must ride on our buses.
Can my friends and family come watch me?
Absolutely! All of our sites have the capacity to host spectators too, depending on which site it is, there can be costs associated with spectating. See individual site pages for details.
Can I touch the water?
Although we cannot always guarantee a water touch due to reasons outside our control, we can offer this option at the Kawarau Bridge Bungy and the Auckland Bridge Bungy.
What is the difference between a Swing and a Bungy?
A Bungy Jump utilises our custom made Bungy Cords - after freefalling the cord stretches out to allow you to bounce a few times in an adrenalin fuelled but safe manner. Whilst our Swing attaches to you via wire cables and the Swing rope. Swingers never bounce, after a short freefall the wire or rope catches you and the sensation is the same as a rollercoaster- and you will swing in a massive arc.
Which one is the biggest?
The Nevis Bungy is the highest Bungy Jump in Australasia, it is a whopping 134metres!
What are the weight/height restrictions for a Bungy, Swing, Zip and Climb?
The weight restrictions vary by product; here are a list of the minimum and maximum weights. There are no height restrictions on Queenstown Bungy Jumping or Swinging, but all Bridge Climbers and Auckland Bridge Bungy Jumpers must be 120cm and Zipriders must fit the harness correctly.
Kawarau Bridge Bungy – 35kg min/235kg max
Kawarau Zipride – 35kg minimum/150kg max
Ledge Bungy - 35kg min/127 kg max
Nevis Bungy – 45kg min/127 kg max
Auckland Bridge Bungy – 35kg min/150 kg max
Nevis Swing - 35kg min/220 kg max
Ledge Swing - 35kg min/107 kg max
What age do I have to be to Bungy Jump or Swing?
All Bungy Jumpers and Swingers must be at least 10 years old AND 35kgs EXCEPT for the Nevis Bungy, where you must be at least 13 years old AND 45kgs.