Eagle Hang Glider

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Feel the wind beneath your wings…

Thrill seekers, you can’t go past the Eagle hang glide adventure. Feel the wind beneath your wings as you glide through tall trees and over the Huon River. You can even touch Tasmania’s famous Huon pine from the viewing platform.

Passengers are fitted with a harness by their instructor and given a safety briefing. The automated glider whisks you from the forest floor, 250 metres across the Huon River, to stop 50 metres in the air. You then automatically glide back to solid ground. No passenger participation required (apart from the occasional scream!). Passengers fly solo. Remember to wear enclosed footwear, allow for safety briefing time and enjoy the rush.

Due to safety requirements passengers must weigh between 25kg and 100kg.


9am-5pm October to March

10am-4pm April to September

Closed Christmas Day and during hazardous weather conditions

Adult $15.00
Child $13.50
Concession $14.00
Family $50.00 (2 adults and 2 children)
Extra child $10.00

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6 Responses to Eagle Hang Glider

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  3. Nana says:

    I have been thinking about trying for the Hang Gliding tour in early January. Would the weather be appropriate?
    I am aware hiring car is the best option. but do you have other means of transpotation like
    local bus from hobert city?
    or a tours leaving hobert after 10am in the morning?

    • Sarah Lockyer says:

      Dear Nana,
      Thank you for your interest in Tahune and the Eagle hang glider. The weather is perfect for this activity in early January. The Eagle hang glider and Tahune AirWalk only close during hazardous weather such as high winds, thunder storm and flood. Stay turned to our website and Facebook pages for any closures (unlikely during January).

      Hiring a car is the easiest way to reach the AirWalk from Hobart. There is no local bus from Hobart and the two tour companies depart earlier than 10:00am.
      See you in January!

  4. Sarah Packe says:

    Can 2 people (adult and child) go together if they weigh less than 100kg together?

  5. Emma says:

    Hi there,
    I see the minimum weight for children flying solo is 25kg, does that mean my 22kg 8 year old could fly together with an adult?
    I’m sure she would love it!

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