Nine brave people stepped forward to plunge 14,000 feet out of an aeroplane at Dubbo on Saturday.
Skydive Oz was in town for the day giving thrill seekers the opportunity to free-fall at more than 200 kilometres per hour.
First-time skydiver Ross Oakes had just two words to describe the experience, fast and awesome.
"I don't know what I'm going to do for the rest of the day now," Mr Oakes said.
Mr Oakes said he had originally booked to jump at Orange, but when that had been cancelled he made the trip to Dubbo.
He said his brother had jumped earlier in the year so he had to do it to keep up.
Skydive instructor Jules McConnel, who has about 9000 jumps to her name, said the company came to Dubbo about four times a year.
She said they also travelled to Orange, Wagga Wagga, Bathurst and out to Broken Hill and Lightning Ridge.
"It's hard to describe but the feeling's just amazing," Ms McConnel said.
The best part of the job was meeting all the new faces, she said.