The Auckland Harbour Bridge
Auckland Bridge Climb and Bungy was established in 2003, with Henry van Asch, Bungy co-founder, bringing his adventurous spirit to Auckland. He opened the World’s first Harbour Bridge Bungy Jump, after taking ownership of the existing Auckland Bridge Climb, New Zealand's only bridge climb.
The motivation to start-up in Auckland took Bungy back to its roots when it was still 'not technically legal'. It began when AJ Hackett first Bungy Jumped off the Harbour Bridge in 1987. He was then arrested and detained by the Maritime Police. Much to the relief of Henry, AJ was released hours later, just in time to depart NZ to compete in the European Speed Skiing circuit.
Sixteen years later the jump pod was suspended underneath the Bridge, an engineering feat, and Bungy Jumping became available to the masses. Bridge Climb also found its place by offering the only walking access over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, an Auckland Icon.
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Activities in Auckland - Auckland Bridge Bungy
Auckland is home to the World's First Harbour Bridge Bungy Jump and is operated by the Bungy originals - AJ Hackett Bungy.
As part of the Bungy experience you'll enjoy an exclusive bridge walk out to the specially-constructed 'Bungy pod'. It's here you'll build up the courage to leap out over the Waitamata Harbour.more about the Auckland Bridge Bungy...
Auckland Bridge Climb
Only AJ Hackett Bungy can offer you this level of access to the Auckland Harbour Bridge; and this is the one and only Bridge Climb in New Zealand, coming complete with your very own tour guide.
Lasting for 1 1/2 hours, this climb will have you wondering whether to look at your feet or focus on the spectacular views.more about the Auckland Bridge Climb...
The Auckland Bridge Climb & Bungy provides the ideal setting and variety of activities for any team building or conference groups, mixing adventure and spectacular scenery. The base is the perfect location to host your group before or after their activities.