Only if you get hit by a paintball! But seriously, if you don’t want to get hurt, you won’t. It depends entirely on how you play.
Our qualified staff supervise all games at a close distance to ensure no player is tagged within 5 metres. The surrender rule is also strictly enforced (see games). Each player is provided with safety equipment including face masks, overalls and body armour to minimise the impact of paintballs (see Booking Info).
We have safe zones for people to sit out of games or for those who want to watch.
What Is A Paintball?
Paintballs are a biodegradable capsule which consists of a gelatine based food dye. Paintballs are available at any time during the course of the day. Payment is not required on the field during play. We simply keep a tally and all accounts are settled at the end of the day. The average player uses 300 – 600 paintballs in a 3 to 4-hour session.
The average weight for a paintball is approximately 2.64g, and a diameter of 1.7cm. Upon release from the paintball marker Australia, these capsules degrade in complexion in order to splatter upon impact.