Laser Tag

Playing Laser tag is a low impact cardio activity and sport which is played by all ages from six years old and up. As running is prohibited in the arena during play, its a non contact sport. Laser tag is suited for all demographics and our Albury site accommodates play suited for:

Our arena is set for both casual and competition play so come along and enjoy a game or two. 


Standard Prices

  • 1 Game: $10pp
  • 2 Games: $16pp
  • 3 Games: $22pp

Check our specials pages for other laser tag game and venue deals.



Please note, due to COVID-19 restrictions, there are modifications to beginning the game due to social distancing measures.   Our arena is 400 square metres and with 27 packs at the most playing, we are compliant with the 4 square metre rule.  More information on our COVID-19 page


Laser tag is a sport

At Zone Laser Tag Albury, and some other laser tag centres around Australia, leagues operate in weekly competition. There are National championships held each year with additional International championships.

Joining a league allows you to improve your skills in laser tag scoring and avoiding being tagged. 


Rules and FAQ
  • No running 
  • No physical contact
  • No climbing
  • No abusive language
  • No persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol permitted
  • Obey staff at all times

Conditions of Entry:

  • All players must abide by the Centre rules set by Zone Laser Tag Albury.
  • No refunds will be given for games you have not played if you are removed from the game for breaking the rules or tampering with equipment.
  • Players must wear enclosed shoes. Thongs or bare feet are not permitted in the arena.
  • Players enter laser tag game at their own risk.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do i need to book a game beforehand, or can i book a game at the venue?

It is recommended to book your games before arriving at Zone Laser Tag Albury. This ensures we can accommodate for you in an upcoming game.

I've never played laser tag before, how will I know what to do?

Before every game the players are given a brief instructional video to watch and the instructor will be able to answer any questions that may arise.

How many players can play at one time?

At Zone Laser Tag Albury generally the maximum amount of players in a game is 27 players. The minimum is two.

How long does the casual game last?

Each game consists of 5 minutes of briefing and suiting up time and 15 minutes of game time.  Some games can be shorter depending on the deal, promotion or upon the groups' booking request.

How long before the next game?

Standard game sessions are every 20 minutes.  

Is there any age restrictions?

The recommended minimum age for a participating child is 7 years old. The game is played in a darkened arena and some children may be scared of the dark environment. We don't want anyone to have a bad experience which may be upsetting for the party group.

We do encourage a parent or older sibling to be with the child for their first experiences to assist them during play.

There is no maximum age. In fact it is a great family activity, so bring along everyone including grand parents.

I have played Paintball before, does it hurt?

No, unlike paintball there is no pain involved as phasers emit a harmless laser beam. When you have been tagged, your pack shuts down temporarily, thus you're unable to fire your phaser. Don't worry though, you are not out of the game, the pack re-boots in 8 seconds and you are now active again.

Do I need protective clothing?

No, the only clothing requirement is to wear enclosed shoes and a shirt with sleeves, for your own comfort.

Can we play Zone Laser Tag as a team?

Yes, it can be played as a team format or as an individual [solo] game. The team game consists of 2 or more teams. Each team is marked by a different colour. Each team has a base to protect and tries to tag the other teams' base for extra points.

Learning skills in laser tag.

We have well designed laser tag coaching programs teaching you the basic fundamentals of solo and team play. Contact us to book into our next training group or league.