For the second year running, Skydive Geronimo will help raise funds for the leading independent, conservation organisation World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), as part of their Wild Onesie Week campaign.
Wild Onesie Week is a fun campaign that encourages Australians to wear an animal onesie to raise funds and awareness for the conservation of endangered species in Australia and abroad. In an effort to support a great cause, Skydive Geronimo will donate $20 from every tandem skydive that takes place on Saturday 30 July and Sunday 31 July in an animal onesie. For those who are unable to participate directly, Skydive Geronimo are also welcoming donations in support of the campaign.
Owner and Chief Skydiving Instructor, Glenn Stutt, is thrilled to participate in the campaign once again. “The Wild Onesie skydiving fundraiser is a fantastic opportunity for people to experience the adrenalin rush of a lifetime and help to support WWF’s essential conservation work, all at the same time. Plus it’s a great excuse to get dressed up in an animal onesie and do what we love, skydive!”
Skydive Geronimo offer tandem skydiving over two of Western Australia’s most spectacular locations, Busselton and Rottnest Island. The team offer tandem skydive experiences from altitudes of 8,000ft (Busselton dropzone only), 10,000ft, 14,000ft and 15,000ft. The ultimate thrill comes from jumping at 15,000ft, providing over one minute of free fall. Prices start at $299 per person for a tandem skydive over Busselton at 8,000ft, and $389 per person for a tandem skydive over Rottnest Island at 10,000ft.
Customers can book their tandem skydiving experience online by visiting www.skydivegeronimo.com.au. Alternatively, bookings can be made by contacting the office directly by calling 1300 449 669 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found by visiting the website.