Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Please see below a list of Frequently Asked Questions about paintball.
Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us prior to your visit.

How old do I need to be to play paintball in Tasmania?

All participants must be at least 16 years of age to be able to play paintball. No exceptions. Any player aged 16 or 17 will require consent from a parent or guardian. Click here to download the Parent Consent Form.

Do I need photo identification to play paintball?

Yes. Paintball guns are registered firearms and all players, no matter how old need to bring photo ID. Only legitimate ID that has your Name, Photo and Date of Birth on it such as your Driver’s License, Passport or Proof of Age Card will be accepted unless prior arrangements are made.

Will Paintball ruin my clothes?

No, Paintball will not ruin your clothes. All of the paintball are water soluble and will come out easily in the wash.

Will players in my group all be on the same paintball team?

No. Some might say that it’s more fun to have a chance to shoot your friends so groups are randomly mixed between the teams. This helps to level the playing field and encourages the social aspect of the sport.

How long does paintball take?

We recommend allowing at least 2 hours for the entire paintball experience. Session times vary depending on how many paintballs are purchased and how trigger-happy people are.

Are eftpos facilities available at the paintball site?

Yes. Debit, Visa and MasterCard only

How many paintballs do I need?

The average number of paintballs people tend to use in a session is about 800 - 1,000 each. Some people play with a lot more, some people less. It just varies depending on how trigger-happy you are!!

What food and beverage options are available on site?

A selection of chocolate bars, chips and drinks are available for purchase on site. BBQ facilities are available to book. You will just need to bring all your own cooking/cleaning utensils.

Can I wear glasses and play paintball?

Yes. Glasses will fit under the masks, though comfort level depends more on the size of your frames. If you do wear glasses, let one of our staff know and we will apply some anti-fog solution to your glasses as we do to all mask lenses to help prevent fogging.

What should I wear to paintball?

Revolution Paintball provides a camouflage battle suit as part of your tactical gear hire to go over your clothes. We recommend light clothing to be worn underneath, or take as much off as you are comfortable with (with the exception of underwear). That way you have something non sweaty to put back on afterwards and it will help prevent you from overheating.

Can I bring my own drinks to paintball?

Yes. Your are more than welcome to bring your own drinks to have after the session, but keep in mind drinks, eskies, backpacks and bags cannot be taken out onto the playing fields. ALCOHOL IS NOT PERMITTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

Once you leave the compound you are out on the playing fields for the entirety of the session, cold drinks are available for purchase on the fields in the rest areas throughout the session and can be clicked off your player tag and paid for at the end.

How many players do I need in my group to play Paintball?

There is no minimum number required on the weekends. Average groups sizes are around 10-20 players in a group, it’s more fun the more targets you have to shoot at so if you have a smaller group you will be mixed in with others. Midweek sessions are available by appointment only and require a minimum of 6 players unless prior arrangements are made. Have all of your friends chickened out? That’s no problem; you can make a booking as a solo player to play with others and you won’t have to worry about hurting their feelings.

How do I know the number of paintballs I have left on the day?

Paintballs are purchased in a pack at the start of a session and are allocated to you on a player tag. You are issued with a Pod Belt that carries the paint & a number of paintballs to start with; you then collect any remaining paint throughout the session. If you purchase any extra paintballs out on the field these are also allocated to you on the player tag. Your referee can check the tag and notify you of remaining paint if you are unsure.

It is your responsibility as the player to collect and use all of your paintballs. No refund or exchange is given for unused or forgotten paint, a basic “use it or lose it” policy applies. At the end of a session any unused paint is forfeited and legally cannot be removed from the paintball venue.

Exclusions from the venue

The venue has the right, at all times, to refuse participants access to the booked activity at any stage of the booking and remove them from their venue if in their opinion the participants are under the permitted age; are unfit to take part in the activity because of physical or mental impairment; be under the influence of alcohol or drugs; have arrived too late to take part in the pre-activity briefing; consider them to be a danger to themselves, other participants or members of staff; or are displaying aggressive and abusive behavior (verbal or physical). If any of these occurrences apply, the booking will have been deemed to have been cancelled and full cancellation charges will apply.

Is parking available on site?

Yes, we have a large amount of free parking available to cater for all bookings, you don't need to worry about finding a spot.

When you arrive, simply drive down to the end of the Glebe Gardens driveway until you see the sign for Revolution Paintball parking where you will turn right.