Since the grand opening of our very first Australian paintball centre back in 2009, we have grown to become the largest provider of paintball games in Australia! We own and operate four centres across the country, with many more to come in the near future.
Our aim is to introduce as many people as possible to the great sport of paintball, and to give them the ultimate paintball experience in terms of safety, quality and professionalism.
We have improved the paintballing experience for millions of customers around the world and Australia has been no different. We have had record numbers through our doors, from weekend warriors to paintball professionals, corporate groups to buck’s and hen’s parties, and youth groups to birthday parties. Not to mention the odd celebrity.
With the most action-packed game zones and the best equipment in the industry, it’s no wonder we have become Australia’s largest operator of paintball games in less than two years. You told us you wanted movie-set props and state-of-the-art equipment and we delivered.
On a full day out at Delta Force you will encounter many of our world-class quality game zones, including Tomb Raider with a Giant Stone Pyramid and guardian sphinxes, the Wild West, London After the Apocalypse, Gold Mines, Checkpoint Charlie with two huge USAF aircraft and much more.
These new and improved game zones have introduced the sport to a much wider audience, and have seen player numbers increase significantly over the past few years.
The popularity of paintball throughout Australia has also increased thanks to the improved safety equipment and facilities at all Delta Force centres throughout the country.
On arrival all players will receive full-head protection goggles, a full-length combat suit, custom-designed body armour and a 400-capacity ammunition holder. Before the action begins, all players must undergo an essential health and safety speech. The speech will help ensure you and your guests have a fun, comfortable and safe day of paintballing.
The police in each state control paintballing in Australia, and as such the minimum legal age of players is not consistent across the nation. The minimum ages to play paintball is 18 years in Victoria (Delta Force Dingley), 16 years in New South Wales (Delta Force Appin) and 12 years in Western Australia (Delta Force Muchea and Delta Force Bonneys).
Delta Force supports the standardisation of the minimum paintballing age, which would open the sport to a wider market where people can have a fun day out with their family and friends in a safe and controlled environment.
Paintball is now one of the fastest growing sports in Australia. Get out there and see what all of the hype is about!
To make a paintball booking contact us on 1300 850 744.