Laser Skirmish

Mt Cotton

Laser Skirmish Mount Cotton offers family fun in the great outdoors, playing laser tag with Redland’s natural bushland as the battlefield.

Suitable for school aged children (6+), outdoor laser skirmish is similar to indoor laser tag using high-tech gaming guns that emit infrared (like TV remotes) with cool sound and light effects. There’s no paint, no pain, just fun and games.

Laser Skirmish Mount Cotton

Public skirmish sessions run every weekend and run for 2 hours. Teams play popular scenario games such as Capture and Hold on the battle front which includes a hilltop village, the surrounding bush and a feature lake. Private sessions are also available.

Laser Skirmish Mount Cotton

Participants must wear long pants and closed shoes. Camouflage jackets and coveralls are available for hire or wear you own camo gear. You can also bring your own food to enjoy a picnic afterwards. Camping at Karingal Park can be arranged with bookings made through the Scouts.

Laser Skirmish Mount Cotton

Nice to know: Special Scenario Sessions for the public run occasionally and include 3 hours of combat. These special skirmish sessions are suitable for teens and adults.   

Need to know: Laser Skirmish also operates at Mt Crosby and Thunderbird Park, Tamborine.

BOOK SESSION HERE

By Deb Lidster

Laser Skirmish is a valued sponsor of Must Do Brisbane.com

Laser Skirmish

Karingal Park 

99 Karingal Rd

Mt Cotton

Sat-Sun

1300 666 559

Map

99 Karingal Rd Mt Cotton

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