Frequently
Asked Questions

Discover more about laser clay bird shooting – the ultimate wanaka entertainment option for your next party, celebration or wedding!

Is it safe?

Yes. The shotguns fire a harmless infra-red beam. There is no loud bang or kickback/recoil from the gun.

Can anyone have a go?

We advise anyone from the age of 12+ can have a go. The weight of the gun can be hard for young children to hold and aim.

How many people can play at once?

Up to five people can play at any given time. Teams of five people can be rotated for larger groups.

Is it hard?

Not at all, anyone can have a go. Most people will find they pick it up pretty quick. A trained facilitator will be there to help guide you.

Is it competitive?

It can be as competitive as you like. There are four different game modes which include speed shooting and skill shoots.

How much lawn space does it require?

A lawn space of at least 40 metres by 15 metres is required.

Does it make a mess?

There is no mess left behind at all. The clays are gathered up at the end and are reused.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

Yes, we require a 30% non-refundable deposit to secure your booking.

Can it really be played at night?

Yes it can, special luminous clays are used that glow in the dark.

What if the weather is bad on the day?

We will always try and make it work but should there be adverse weather that means we have to cancel your booking. We will refund you 70% of the whole booking. There is further information on weather under our terms and conditions.

How can I make a booking?

Send us an email with all the details of your event and we will advise you on how to secure your booking.

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completely
safe

Real shotguns that have been converted for your safety fire a harmless infra-red beam

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easy
to play

Most people will find they pick it up pretty quick; suitable for ages 12+

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environmentally
friendly

Mess & litter free- the clays are gathered up at the end and are reused

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super
transportable

Available within Central Otago and Queenstown-Lakes District Area.