Phoenix Paintball is set among 40 acres of bush at Rawson, Gippsland. Our purpose-built fields provide an exciting venue for an action-packed day participating in the extreme sport of paintball with friends.
Players purchase a package of 300, 500, 700 or 1000 rounds depending on whether you want to play in sniper or Rambo mode. Get to know our six fields below!
A challenging mix of bush, barricades, and mounds. The object of the game is to capture the flag and get it to the opposing team’s end. With multiple lives, players are sure to be in the action for the duration of the game.
Flatter and no bush, but lots of barricades just over the legal limit to ensure the adrenaline runs high and there is action a plenty. Again, capture the flag and get it to the opposing team’s end.
If you’ve seen the opening scenes of Saving Private Ryan then you’ve seen D-Day at Phoenix Paintball. Landing craft with one team ready to fight their way up the beachhead to the flag. The other team are bunkered down ready to stop them. The whistle blows and the landing craft door drops to the ground exposing the troops to the rush of paint from above.
The gate is down and the defenders are in their set positions in the bush. The attackers must raise the gate to win. Again there are multiple lives to allow players to continue on in the game and still enjoy their day.
This is where things really begin to get exciting. Team against team, fighting against each other in any number of different game scenarios. From defending bunkers to stalking others in the bush, each game is challenging and becomes the focus of the conversation at its conclusion.
If you have seen Blackhawk Down you’ll understand the intensity of a frontal attack by an enemy force. Being inside the Chopper is the same. Can your teammates get across the divide to get you back to safety or will they be repelled by the rain of fire they will come under while trying.