The Australasian Paintball Association (AUPBA) is excited about the imminent introduction of new paintball regulations in NSW. After years of lobbying by AUPBA representatives, the NSW state government approved a number of positive changes in late 2018 that will come into effect on 1 July 2019.
Amongst others, the reform includes a reduction of the minimum age to play paintball in NSW to 12 years old and has kids right across the state champing at the bit to get out and experience …
A Bill regarding the regulatory changes to Paintball in NSW has been introduced into Parliament this week. These common sense Paintball regulatory changes will ….
National Paintball industry body, the Australasian Paintball Association (AUPBA), today received a memorandum outlining ….
The Australasian Paintball Association was today informed that an announcement on the proposed NSW Paintball reforms is imminent. These reforms include further direction on the minimum age for Paintball in NSW, storage requirements for Paintball markers and the licencing requirements for Paintball businesses and individuals.
“Cabinet have made a decision on paintball reforms” said a member of the Department of Finance, Services & Innovation (DFSI). Now the AUPBA has to wait while the correct announcement procedures are followed to allow ….
The Paintball Industry remains confident that the recently proposed Paintball reforms tabled before NSW Cabinet will end in a positive result. AUPBA spokesmen ….