Paintball in Kuitpo Forest, Adelaide, South Australia Australia

114 ac/4.61 m²
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Adelaide, the liveliest city in Australia, is the capital of South Australia state. The city is situated on the Adelaide Plains and more specifically at the north side of Fleurieu Peninsula. The climate is considered to be Mediterranean, with dry and hot summers when temperatures can reach up to 42°C/107.60°F, and humid and cool winters with frequent rainfalls. Established in 1898, Kuipto Forest was the first of many forest plantations in the Mount Lofty Ranges, planted at the turn of the 20th century to ensure a sustainable timber supply for South Australia.

For the paintball lovers, Adelaide is the perfect place to be. Kuitpo Forest (pronounced kai-po) is situated about 40 km/24 mi south-east of Adelaide central business district. The Heysen Trail runs through the forest, popular for any South Australian hiker, as well as being popular for bike rides, camping and picnics. The Kuipto Forest Reserve covers an area of some 36 km²/3600 ha, the majority of which is softwood plantation

Play this para-military game in 114 ac/4.61 m² of bushland, feel the thrill of the combat without getting hurt (except for some minor bruises maybe), try to shoot the enemy without getting “killed” and have lots of fun.

There are plenty games scenarios you can choose from as well as 9 different playfields! If you are into real World War battles, don’t miss The Trenches, with more than realistic trench warfare!

Note: Wear closed-toe sport shoes.