I've been studying at the school for a month now, I've learnt a heap. I ran the numbers and it's a very cost effective and fast way to get your first 200 jumps, under world class instruction.
The student landing area is a narrow strip of land not far from the runway, but being out in cow country there's paddocks on either side to land off. In December the school will be moving across the road so there'll be a lot more room to land and we'll be able to spin the landing pattern around. When it rains the ground gets very soggy. You can get soaked shoes, but it's also soft for hard landings.
Recommend to anyone looking to get into the industry or even just skydiving in general.