National Paintball industry body, the Australasian Paintball Association (AUPBA), today received a memorandum outlining Cabinet’s approval of the proposed NSW Paintball Reforms. This approval signifies the reduction in over-regulation of the Paintball industry in NSW and is the culmination of many years of lobbying and consultation by the AUPBA, State Government, regulatory bodies and other industry members.
NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) was tasked with facilitating discussions between all stakeholders in an attempt to review the current regulations and to propose changes in relation to reducing the minimum….read more
The Paintball Industry remains confident that the recently proposed Paintball reforms tabled before NSW Cabinet will end in a positive result. AUPBA spokesmen have been in contact with the Department of Finance, Services & Innovation (DFSI) and they are confident all...read more
After many years of lobbying the NSW State Government to lower the minimum Paintball age, the effort and hard work has started to show real promise. The AUPBA has this week, been invited to participate in a workshop / round-table to discuss the future of the...read more
AUPBA membership is free
We are committed to the promotion and protection of the paintball industry within Australia and New Zealand.
Becoming a member of the AUPBA is free of charge. It gives those in the Paintball Industry a voice and also gives you access to many resources. Because it is a free membership, it allows you to get involved in the industry without an initial outlay of your hard earned cash. We would ask that you question where your cash goes when you consider other so called “associations”. The AUPBA also has an international reach, with members and experience in all states of Australia and regions of New Zealand.
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Create an umbrella organisation that serves as a single point of contact in relation to any and all aspects of paintball
Provide a comprehensive source of information and resources to government, the police, advisor bodies, the media, paintball players and paintball operators
Provide open discussion of issues relating to the industry both within Australia, New Zealand and internationally
Make the activity of paintball more widely recognised and accessible, particularly to new players and markets
introduce a benchmark of quality and strive to improve the facilities and service at paintball centres Australia & New Zealand-wide
Have the activity further recognised by the public and accepted as a legitimate and growing sport
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AUPBA gives those in the Paintball Industry a voice
and also gives you access to many resources.