GIVEAWAY! Win a HELICOPTER Tandem Skydive experience!
This October one very lucky person has the chance to win an incredible Helicopter Tandem Skydive experience, thanks to MiGoldCoast and Skydive Australia! Total prize valued at $595 AUD
Nothing compares with skydiving out of a helicopter. And by nothing, we mean truly nothing! The definition of a good time, this experience will see you free falling from up to 10,000 feet above the iconic sands of Surfers Paradise
How to enter:
❶ Add MiGoldCoast and @skydive.australia on Facebook/Instagram
❷ Share the love! Mention a friend in the comments below who you think would love to win this too
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The winner will be drawn end of October 2021. ⠀
• Voucher Valid to 31 December 2022
• 1 x 10,000ft Surfers Paradise Skydive (valued at $595).
• Minimum age is 12 years
• Participants under 18 years require parent/guardian consent
• Weight restrictions: Max weight limit is 110kg. For safety reasons, Skydive Australia needs to be advised if you weigh greater than 94kg. Every customer is weighed as part of the check in procedure, and surcharges will occur and are payable on the day at the rate $50 if over 94kg and $75 if over 105kg. Persons over 95kg can jump only subject to assessment by a tandem instructor
• Where possible, please notify the experience provider prior to the jump date of any existing medical conditions or illness. Medical conditions which could affect the customer’s safety should be discussed with a doctor to ensure customers are fit to skydive.
• No particular level of fitness is required but people with heart conditions or epilepsy cannot jump
• Interstate friends may enter with the intention of visiting the Gold Coast, Australia in the next 3 months
• This giveaway will also be posted on our Website, Instagram, Facebook & Twitter
• Redraw will take place if the winner has previously won within the last 12 months
• This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook/Instagram