AT 90-YEARS-OLD, Kathleen Glock is still searching for new experiences - like freefalling from 14,000 ft at 200km/h.

The Hervey Bay great-grandmother fulfilled one of her ultimate bucket-list achievements by skydiving on to a Urangan beach on Friday.

Strapped to Skydive Hervey Bay owner Peter Agnew, the senior soared through the air before sticking a graceful landing on the stretch of beach near the Reefworld Aquarium about 4.30pm.

It was a case of better later than never for the thrill-seeker.

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