NSW Government Approves Paintball Reforms

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….

AUPBA NSW State Government submission

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...

NSW Police Force Announces Paintball Review

Paintball Reform A Real Possiblity After years of campaigning the NSW State Government and regulatory bodies, it seems that a review is finally set to take place. Click here for the NSW Police Force Review – Press Release. The AUPBA will continue to participate...

Paintball minimum age drops in Victoria

After years of campaigning by the AUPBA and other industry leaders, the minimum age for Paintball in Victoria will drop from 18 to 16 years of age from 1st September 2015. It’s an exciting announcement for Paintball centres and players alike who have previously had to...