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The legal age limit to play paintball in New South Wales is 16 years of age. Due to differences in Australian law this age varies from state to state, however 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, as can kids throughout most of Europe.

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. Before you head out for your games be sure to figure out some hand signals so that you know the movements of your team.

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.

Posted in News on 12th July 2013

Last updated 14th February 2020