Due to popular demand, we now run regular gel ball sessions at Spec Ops!  

How does a gel ball session differ from a paintball session ?

Gel ball sessions use gel ball blasters during the game as opposed to paintball markers.  A gel ball blaster tends to be a plastic gun replica that shoots out small water balls known as gel balls.  The gel blasters are typically spring powered, battery operated toys which can shoot single shots or go fully automatic.  The gel balls are non-toxic water beads that are hydrated with water.  Unlike paintball,  there is no age restriction to play gel ball in Queensland, however on our field we require players to be age 10 and over. Players under 12 years will be provided with body armour but must also hire a full face mask when playing.


Gel ball sessions at Spec Ops

Get ready to play in an intense urban battlefield like you’ve never experienced. Think you know what you’re in for?  Wait till the lights go out! We run games with adjusted or no lighting, so get ready to bring you A-game. Even if you come regularly, the field changes often, so don’t get too comfortable!  Games range from tactical hostage recovery scenarios to dodgeball!  We also have a live feed of the battle field, so you can sit back and observe the enemy’s tactics and learn from their mistakes!

Our session runs every Friday night and Sunday morning to cater for everyone.   It’s BYO blaster and ammo, but hire is also available if you want to test the waters!


Friday:    7.00pm to 9.30pm

Sunday:  10.00am to 12.30pm

*Arrival time is ONE hour beforehand 


$30 per person (BYO blaster and ammo)

Hire available

  • $30 for gel blaster, unlimited gel balls, speedloader and safety glasses (pre booking essential)
  • Additional safety gear hire (i.e full face mask, body armour) is available on request 


Pre booking is recommended, however walk-ins are welcome.

All players must fill in a waiver, save time and fill it in HERE.


Things to note

  • All blasters must shoot less than 300fps (blaster will be chronographed)
  • Safety eyewear (no mesh) and enclosed shoes are compulsory
  • Torches allowed but NO lasers
  • HPA blasters are currently allowed 
  • Blasters are to be concealed from view when coming and leaving Spec Ops