1. Auckland Sky Tower Sky Jump
Technically this is not a bungy jump but a base jump. Instead of an elastic cord being attached to your feet, here you will be in a full body harness and attached by cables. You will descend at a controlled speed (up to 85 kilometers per hour), gradually slowing down as you approach the ground. You can go head or feet first - the choice is yours!
At 192 meters, this is the highest jump in the North Island and one of the highest jumps from a tower anywhere in the world.
The Sky Tower is Auckland's most prominent landmark. With a total height of 328 meters it's the tallest building in New Zealand. Even if you don't want to leap from it, it's well worth a visit for it's amazing 360 degree views of Auckland and beyond.
2. Auckland Harbor Bridge BungyThis is a forty meter leap from underneath the main span of Auckland's Harbor Bridge into the Waitemata Harbor below. If you have a taste for heights you can also combine the jump with a guided walk across the top of the bridge. The walk is the only bridge climb in New Zealand and lasts for about one and a half hours.
3. Rotorua Bungy
Rotorua Bungy is located at the Agroventure Center, just 9 kilometers from the center of Rotorua. It's 43 meters high and gives wide views over a rural valley and out to Lake Rotorua itself.
Bungy jumping is just one of several adrenalin-inducing activities available at Agroventures. There is also Freefall Xtreme (being suspended unattached on a giant wind column), a rope swing called "Swoop" and a bullet-shaped machine called a Schweeb. It all should satisfy even the biggest adrenaline junkie.
4. Taupo Bungy
This is in a great location, above the Waikato River and close to its source at Lake Taupo, and only a few minutes from the center of the Taupo township. It is 47 meters high with a spectacular backdrop against sheer white cliffs. It's no wonder that it's the North Island's most popular bungy jump.
Also on offer is "Cliff Hanger" - an extreme ride which involves being released from a swing on a 44 meter platform. It confirms Taupo's title as the extreme sport capital of the North Island.