New Zealand is the home of bungy jumping - the world’s first commercial bungy operation opened at the Kawarau Bridge in November 1988.

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Are you a thrill seeker? Then you need to take a leap from one of the following bungy bridges while you're in town!

Kawarau Bridge Bungy
Home of the world’s first and most famous of leaps, this 43 metre bungy jump is still the most popular bungy site attracting thousands of thrill-seekers every year. Nestled into a rock face overlooking the stunning Kawarau River, the view alone will satisfy any crowd.
43m Bungy |Water Touch | Tandem Option

Ledge Bungy
Sitting 400 metres above Queenstown, this bungy is also known as the freestyle bungy due to a special harness which allows your feet to be free, so you can run, twist, flip and spin. 
47m Bungy | Freestyle Bungy

Nevis Bungy
Welcome to the best thing you’ve ever done. Go full throttle with the 134m bungy (the highest in New Zealand). Free fall for 8.5 seconds in a blitz of pure fear and adrenaline. This is not for the faint hearted!
134m Bungy | 8.5 Second Free Fall

Nevis Swing
Introducing the “Most Famous Swing in the World” - and we don’t say that lightly. Swing by yourself or tandem with a friend - forwards, backwards, upside down - you choose. You’ll complete the 300m arc, bellowing at the top of your lungs, wanting to do it all over again once you’re back on solid ground.
300m Swing | Tandem Option


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