Skydive Auckland supports the WWF to help those affected by the Australian Bushfires - Donate and WIN a skydive!

Help us to support those affected by the Australian bushfires. Over 480 million animals are believed to have been killed, including thousands of koalas. Money donated to the Australian WWF can make a profound difference to the flora and fauna affected by this tragedy.

Anyone who donates goes into the draw to WIN a 16,000ft skydive with ultimate camera package worth $724!

Donate between $10 and $50 your name goes in to the draw once. Donate between $51 and $149 and your name goes in twice. Donate above $150 and your name goes in three times.

Thanks for your support. Winner will be announced on 31st March 2020.

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Sticky Fingers At Skydive Auckland

We got to share the sky with the Sticky Fingers crew and show off our beautiful Aotearoa from 20,000ft! This is their second skydive with us. Great to see you again guys and we'll see you next time for round 3! Sticky Fingers is a reggae/indie rock band formed in 2008 in Sydney, Australia and they visit Auckland to perform their music, and skydive of course.

Nathan Lee and Stephy Qi at Skydive Auckland

Nathan Lee and Stephy Qi visited Skydive Auckland for the highest skydive in New Zealand at 20,000ft and loved it! This couple, both very famous for singing and acting, visited Auckland for 5 days for a TV series called Feel The World.

Blue Breakfast Success! Skydive Auckland Raising Money for Prostate Cancer

Our Blue September Breakfast was awesome and we managed to raise $200 for Prostate Cancer. Thanks to Parakai Springs and Te Awaroa Cafe and Bar for their support. The delicious food was baked by one of our team members and it went down very well. Blue September is an awareness campaign for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand. After all these cakes and pies we actually managed to do a lot of skydiving!

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Keeping NZ Beautiful

Thanks to all of our volunteers who came to 'Keep NZ Beautiful'! We picked up rubbish around the Parakai area as part of Clean Up Week. It's so important that we keep our local community clean and every little bit of effort helps. It's also Conservation Week and this year marks 50 years of Conservation Week which is run by DOC, to encourage people to take care of nature.