A little history about Splat Attack Paintball
Opening in 1996, "Semoz Paintball" quickly established itself as the premiere paintball field in Australia. Due in part to Victorian firearms laws at the time, Splat Attack gained popularity as the closest field to Melbourne that allowed the public to play the game of paintball without having to obtain a firearms licence, being on the NSW side of the border.
Despite local and interstate competitors, players continued to return to Splat Attack over the years, because of the large and diverse playing fields and the ongoing commitment to improving the playing experience. Today, the venue boasts over 25 playing fields - more than just about any other field in Australia. Innovations such as paintball vending machines (the only ones in the WORLD), on-field undercover break areas and the introduction of Australia's first ever glow-in-the-dark night paintball as kept Splat Attack at the forefront of Australian paintball.
Some things have changed, but today Splat Attack paintball is still as popular as ever. While Victorian laws now allow unlicenced participation, Splat Attack enjoys the ability to host players aged from 16 years up (Victorian law still restricts paintball to players aged 18 and over). Players not only continue to return to the recreational fields, but also travel from all over the country to regularly participate in Splat Attack's "Moama 3 Man" paintball tournament series. Meanwhile, people from all over the world pick and choose from our renowned Pro Paintball Shop - stocking all the latest and greatest paintball gear.
So if you're looking for a unique paintball experience, Splat Attack Paintball continues to offer something special.
Give us a try - you won't be disappointed.