Yes. We still run games, rain or shine. The only exception is in dangerous weather such as severe winds, lightning or hail. If it’s raining on the day of play, it’s best to bring a change of clothes. We have full shower facilities available.
As of current, NSW law requires you to be 16 years of age to play paintball. We are hoping these laws change soon! We only require a completed Parental Consent Form for those 16/17 to play!
We have a number of great value paintball packages available. Each package comes with all the gear you need to play such as a standard paintball gun, mask, overalls and ammo harness (harness not available with Sentry Package), so there are no hidden costs.
Deposits are completely optional, but we do recommend paying them as it will guarantee your selected date and time (non deposited groups are subject to availability). Paying deposits will also qualify you for organiser bonus. Deposits are $30 per person and must be paid at least 48 hours prior to the day of play. Call us on (02) 9679 0011 to pay. We can also send you a PayPal request or you can pay deposits with a credit card during the online booking process.
Make a booking with us either online or by calling (02) 9679 0011 and select your preferred playing date and starting time. Please ensure you and your group are on site at least 15 minutes prior to your start time. Your group will then watch a quick safety video and get processed. Once processed, collect your gear and have a quick Facebook photo then it’s out to play.
You have until 4pm to play. As long as you have ammo (extra ammo can be purchased at any time), you can play from the time you start until 4pm. The earlier you start, the more play time you have.
Each individual game runs between 10 and 15 minutes and you will play a number of these throughout the day. Each type of game has its own rules which your referee will explain before you begin. The basic game type will see two teams try to eliminate each other within the time limit. Re-spawn is available usually up until the last five minutes of play – meaning if you get hit, walk back to your start area, then immediately rejoin the game. The last five minutes of the game is ‘elimination’. This means if you get hit, you are out until the start of the next game. Again, your referee will explain all the rules before you begin.
You can either book online here or give us a call on (02) 9679 0011.
We have two great fields. Our primary location is in Rouse Hill, which is open 7 days from 9-5pm (games finish at 4pm). The Yarramundi field is only open for bookings of 14+ deposited players.
There are many great reasons to play with us at Action Paintball! From our great value paintball packages, amazing selection of gun upgrades to our HUGE scenario game Total War, and our professional tournament series, the Super 7’s Series, we’ve got something for everybody!

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We will supply you will camouflage overalls to wear. Underneath the overalls, we suggest wearing only light clothing, such as shorts and a shirt. Avoid heavy clothing like jumpers and long pants. The idea may appeal to you to reduce the impact of a paintball hit, but in reality, it will just increase the chance of overheating and your paintball mask fogging up.
Absolutely. Glasses will fit comfortably under our rental paintball masks. If you do wear glasses, let one of our staff know and we will apply some anti-fog solution to clean them for you. Also, all of our masks are equipped with thermal double lenses to prevent fogging. The clothing you wear can also affect fogging. See the ‘What Should I Wear?’ section of the FAQ.
Only if you don’t follow the safety rules! Paintball is one of the safest activities out there. Industry standards like approved paintball masks, thorough safety briefings for players, and limits on paintball gun velocities help prevent injuries. Also, Action Paintball has highly trained referees to ensure that everyone follows the rules and stays safe while having maximum fun!
Sometimes.

It depends on where it you are hit, whether it breaks or not (balls that just bounce of tend to be more painful), and what kind of clothing you are wearing. All paintball markers at Action Paintball shoot under the legal limit of 300 feet per second and we enforce a 3 meter ‘surrender’ rule. Sometimes, you won’t even feel a hit. But, even when a shot does hurt, it’s usually just a quick sting – the kind of thing you say ‘ow!’ about, and then forget about a few seconds later.

When the adrenaline takes over, you’ll barely notice.

At its essence, paintball is a competitive game played for the same reason as any other competitive game – to win. It requires specific gear (goggles, a gun/marker, pressurised gas and paintballs) so you can safely shoot at others and be shot at. Paintball is like a more challenging, high-stakes version of laser tag, hide-and-seek or capture the flag. Beyond that, paintball is hard to describe. It can be played with as few as 2 people or as many as 500. A game can last 5 minutes or 24 hours. The objective might be to take something, bring something, find something or simply be the last person standing.
Depending on the field you play, tactics will vary as well. A paintball game will be different every time, but there’s one thing guaranteed when you play at Action Paintball: an adrenaline rush.
No experience is necessary. Special attention is given to beginner players with beginners’ games, along with top-line rentals, to guarantee that a fun time is had by all. From the beginner to the best pro players in the country, Action Paintball has you covered.
We not only run social games at Action Paintball, but we also run Australia’s largest scenario game, Total War. Imagine 400 players spread across our entire Rouse Hill park. There is smoke, pyrotechnics, objectives and much more. Medals and prizes for the Most Lethal Player, Best Dressed and more make Total War an amazing experience for any player. Or perhaps you want to experience the fast, structured pace of Tournament Paintball with the Super 7’s Series. The novice division is a great starting place – Organise your team of 3 and compete with other novice teams for trophies and prizes. All equipment (gun, mask and overalls) is provided to novice teams. You just pay entry to the event and buy paint for your team.
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