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A Session at Paintball Canberra in brief.

The Paintball Day

On arrival at Paintball Canberra our staff will register your group and provide you with your equipment for the session. All players will receive full-head protection goggles, a full-length combat suit, body armour and an ammunition pack capable of holding an additional 400 paintballs.

You’ll then move into the base camp where you can settle in and stock up on your supplies for the session from the onsite kiosk. Here you can rent a locker, purchase additional paintball paraphernalia and you can also stock up on any food and drink to keep you replenished throughout the session.

Before play begins you will undergo an essential health and safety briefing, detailing the rules and regulations of the session and show you how to use the equipment.

After this the battle begins. You’ll head out to the gun zone to collect your 0.68 calibre Inferno Paintball machine gun and then onto your field. Feel free to stop at the shooting range to let off a few practice shots and get your eye in.

Once you get to the zone the marshals will brief you on the scenario objectives, get your team in position and then 3… 2… 1… Let the action begin!

On a session at Delta Force Paintball you will enjoy 6 – 8 movie-set games that will test the skills of all players.

Lunch is taken for all players at approximately 1:00 pm, with vegetarian options available for purchase. You are also more than welcome to bring your own lunch and snacks. Feel free to utilise the seating and picnic areas and get comfortable.

At the end of the session all players will return to the base camp to hand in your paintball equipment and change back into your civilian status.

Players can expect to leave Delta Force by approximately 4:00pm. If your group is limited by time constraints then an alternate departure time can be organised.

For further information or to make a booking please contact us on 1300 798 336.

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