You can feel confident that when you fly with skydive oz that your plane, pilot & instructors are all certified, qualified and have every safety accreditation needed to provide you with the best skydiving experience they can.
Skydive Oz is 100% focused on providing quality and assurance. Therefore we operate within all the required Australian aviation safety requirements and CASA Regulations. We also have our own full-time aircraft maintenance engineer (L.A.M.E.) on staff.
Skydiving is considered an extreme sport. But like anything, there are very different levels of danger depending on how extreme you take it. When you take a look at the Australian statistics which a released annually by the APF, tandem skydiving accidents are (to most) surprisingly uncommon. Some skydive athletes take things up more than a few notches, like proximity wingsuit flying – which is a whole next level of extreme.
Most extreme sports provide athletes with a rush of adrenaline that makes them feel more alive than they’ve ever been. Mix that in with the amazing views and a whole new experience – something not to be missed!
AUSTRALIAN PARACHUTE FEDERATION (APF)
Skydive Oz is accredited by the APF, which administers and represents sport parachuting Australia wide. The APF promotes high standards of quality, performance and regulates skydiving and parachuting at most civilian operations in Australia. With the approval of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) the APF sets operational and safety standards, conducts competitions, issues licenses & instructor ratings, conducts exams and distributes publications to keep members up to date.
Australian Parachute Federation Ltd
Unit 3, Portal Office West, 2994 Logan Road,
Underwood Queensland 4119, Australia
PO Box 1440, Springwood, Queensland 4127, Australia
Phone: +61 7 3457 0100
CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY AUTHORITY (CASA)
CASA is responsible for the safety regulation of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas. It provides comprehensive safety education and training programs, cooperates with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau and administers parts of the Civil Aviation (Carriers’ Liability) Act 1959.
CASA Corporate Headquarters
16 Furzer Street
Phillip ACT 2606