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Australia Perth group put their lives on the line in slacklining challenge

01:06  01 december  2021
01:06  01 december  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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A group of adrenaline junkies in Western Australia have pulled off a daring stunt of walking along a 115 metre-long line suspended about 70 metres above the ocean in West Cape Howe.

The stunt was captured by Perth photographer Jeremy Shepherd last weekend.

"The sun was setting and Joey, my partner, here was just stepping onto the line and it was just those moments you dream of as a photographer," Shepherd said.

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A group of adrenaline junkies in Western Australia walked along a 115 metre long line suspended about 70 metres above the ocean in West Cape Howe last weekend. © 9News/Matt Bray A group of adrenaline junkies in Western Australia walked along a 115 metre long line suspended about 70 metres above the ocean in West Cape Howe last weekend.

In the footage the slackliners can be seen walking along the thin line, trying to maintain their balance, against the backdrop of a cliff face and the ocean swirling below.

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One of the three slackliners, Joey Curry, described the experience.

"You're just thinking about every step that you have to take and get to the other side without falling hopefully," Curry said.

The stunt was captured by Perth photographer Jeremy Shepherd. © 9News/Matt Bray The stunt was captured by Perth photographer Jeremy Shepherd.

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The group are supposedly not the first to attempt the feat with the area being known as the slackline mecca of WA.

The group says they are planning to walk some even bigger lines.

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