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Skydive into Curryfest

Elise Cropp is captivated by her skydive experience.
Elise Cropp is captivated by her skydive experience.

IMAGINE being able to see 200km in all directions, before freefalling through the sky, calmly floating on air and landing on a beach where there’s an alluring smell of spice.

This Woolgoolga Curryfest you don’t have to imagine thanks to Coffs City Skydivers, which is offering a Curryfest Tandem Special.

Chief instructor Lawrence Hill said the best way to sponsor the event was to “contribute something spectacular to help make the day bigger and better”.

“We love being involved in community events and it is a great opportunity for locals to give skydiving a go,” Mr Hill said.

“They will fly over the Curry-fest and jump onto the beach right up until sunset.

“It’s amazing to be involved in an experience which blows people away and to share in their special state.”

Pre-book by calling 6651 1167 or 0400 916 600 or visit www.coffsskydivers.com.au.

In addition to the tandem packages, the crew is doing an aerial display featuring smoke flares and visual formations at 10.45am on April 9. Don’t forget to fill out your entry form for the tandem jump prize worth more than $500. Get your form on entry to the festival and put it in the barrel at the Coffs City Skydivers stall.



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