Take the plunge with an adrenaline-inducing Hanmer Springs Bungy! Experience the elation from a 35-metre freefall to the surging river below amidst stunning scenery at Canterbury’s only bungy site.
Our friendly and professional staff will brief you on the different jump options available (including tandem), and our full-body and ankle harnesses provide extra safety for your leap from the historic Waiau Ferry Bridge. Certificates and t-shirts are provided for completing your once-in-a-lifetime bungy adventure, with photos and video available to purchase so you can relive the experience again and again!
What you need to know
9am to 5pm Thursday - Monday (closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
Minimum age 10 years Minimum weight 35kg
Things to note
- You will get a free Bungy t-shirt and a certificate
- We take photos and videos for an additional cost
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What you need to know about the Bungy Jump Experience
The minimum age for bungy jumping is 10 years, with minimum weight of 35 kg.
All bungy jumpers must fit our safety equipment.
T-shirts and certificates are included, and photos are available at an additional cost.
Tandem jumps are available at $169 per person.
Please allow 30 minutes duration for your bungy jump.
We have been assessed by independent outdoor safety experts and we are AdventureMark Safety Audit Certified.
Hanmer Springs Attractions reserves the right to refuse participation should any person be affected by alcohol, medication or any other substance such that they may be a risk to themselves or others.