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Paintball Skirmish Questions Answered

What should I wear? Camouflage coveralls are supplied, so something fairly light to wear underneath would be suitable as Skirmish is a physically active game Wear durable boots with a good tread, and of course if you have your own camouflage gear you are most welcome to bring it.

What happens when we turn up? After completing a waiver and forming teams you will be issued with your equipment and shown how to use it. Then we have a briefing on safety rules, game strageties and objectives and once everyone is ready for action - the game commences.

Do I need to be fit? No. You can tailor your own playing style to suit your fitness level. Defending a flag or sniping require very little exertion, but running for a flag can be more exhausting than a game of squash!

What will I spend on paintballs? It is completely up to you. Players who take a sniper stance will use less, those who like to blaze away Ned Kelly style will use more. Most people tend to use somewhere between 100 - 500 paintballs per half day session.

What about the weather? The worse the weather the better the fun. Days of extreme or total fire ban we do not operate as a bush fire safety prevention measure.

Do I have to organise a team or can I come on my own? You can do it either way. If you are in a club or have a group of friends who want to play, you can all book together for a day of fun, or if you are coming alone we can organise to join you into a team.

How long does the game go for? The day's play lasts from around 9am-12pm 1pm-4pm, which will be a series of games on a number of different field scenarios. The shortest game is speedball which only runs for around ten minutes, other games may last up to thirty minutes or so. All times are flexible and may be changed to accommodate people's needs.

Can spectators come to watch? Fields have safety screens for viewing at ground level. Spectators anywhere else must be wearing safety goggles at all times that games are in progress. Smoking is restricted to the fire safe reception area.

Do I need to bring food? For full day participants we will supply a hearty barbecue, fresh water is on tap and drinks available for purchase. Feel free to bring anything else you wish to eat or drink., Alcohol may not be consumed before or during the games, but you are welcome to relax afterwards with a drink

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Our booking & info line [08 8633 0577] is open 7days a week 9am to 6pm

Minimum of 10 for a booking. Individuals added to a group if available.