Some of the action from Skydive Nagambie's Full Moon Boogie.LOUISE CROSS December 5, 2013 4:48am
Over a four-day period recently Skydive Nagambie hosted another hugely successful Full Moon Boogie.
More than 100 participants converged on Nagambie from all over Australia and overseas to utilise the two turbine aircraft on hand. For this year’s event two world champion skydivers were brought over from Skydive Dubai to coach the Australian participants. In addition three Australian coaches were also on hand to ensure coaching was available to all participants.
True to Spring, we had a few hours down each day due to unsuitable flying conditions however the remaining weather was close to ideal.
Skydive Nagambie is grateful to the continuing sponsorship and support of this event by the Australian Parachute Federation, the Victorian Tasmanian Parachute Council, and locally the Nagambie Lakes Entertainment Centre.
- Louise Cross
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