we uses is similar in operation to your television remote control.
When you pull the trigger, the gun emits an infra-red beam which
is detectable by the sensors worn by the other players. The only
difference is you can't turn off your television at 100 meters with
your tv remote!
for a group activity that is suitable a diverse group of people?
Paintball is fun, but the bruising that is an inevitable result
of playing paintball can be a turn-off for a lot of would-be
participants. Also, in paintball you are required to handle
high pressure gasses.
a group activity, laser sports appeals to a wider audience,
as there are no projectiles you don't have to wear goggles;
and no bruises.
session fee is all inclusive, so you are not paying extra
as you would if you shoot a lot of paint; it works out cheaper
sports offers a similar outdoor experience, without the bruising.
So come out for a game - have a drink and a BBQ, and shoot
Laser Sports is covered by public liability insurance.
don't have to be an athlete to play laser sports. The level
of exercise is similar to a bush walk. As long as you are
healthy enough to walk around, you should be healthy enough
to play laser sports.
all outdoor activities, there is the environment to consider - you
need to wear enclosed shoes when playing laser sports (for a standard
3 hour session, you are supplied with auscam coveralls).
to be aware of the obstacle presented by natural terrain - rocks,
uneven ground and tree branches you can trip over. If you encounter
a lizard, snake, spider, kangaroo or any of the other fauna you
can encounter in a bush setting, the rule is 'if you avoid them,
they will avoid you'. Don't forget to slip slop slap!
some of the risks incurred in undertaking any outdoor activity.
are required to sign a waiver form prior to their first game.
Anyone under 18 will require a parent or guardian to sign, you can
download the waiver form here
attending on the day.