The popularity of paintball throughout Australia is constantly growing, with more people every weekend taking on the Delta Force challenge. However differences within Australian law still prevent a uniform set of rules applying to the sport in this country, with the minimum age differing from state to state.
The current legal age limit to play paintball in New South Wales is 16 years of age, although Delta Force is backing the AUPBA’s petition for a standardised national minimum age of 12 years old.
Paintball is a great team sport that everyone should be able to enjoy. Players in Western Australia and South Australia as young as 12 years old can play the sport, as can kids throughout most paintballing countries around the world.
Delta Force supports the petition to introduce the great sport to more children throughout New South Wales. It will also give kids another outdoor activity to participate in as we push the next generation towards a healthier lifestyle.
Paintball is a game that requires teamwork, a good strategy and excellent communication skills in order to be victorious. These skills can be taught in the classroom, but there is no better lesson than that of a first-hand experience.
Delta Force has a 100% safety record and you can rest assured that we take every measure possible to ensure the safety of our patrons.
For your shot at paintball heroism, or for any other queries regarding the legal minimum paintballing age in New South Wales, contact our friendly event coordinators today on 1300 785 766.