Laser Tag is a fun, energetic and fast-paced game that is fantastic activity for primary school aged children, teenagers and even adults! If you’re not familiar with Laser Tag, it’s a bit like paintball, except instead of guns that shoot out paint, it is played with guns that fire infrared beams. It is an ideal game for a child’s birthday party, something a bit different for a special occasion or as a corporate, team building exercise. Here’s where you can play Laser Tag in Perth.
WASP Laser Carabooda Old Dizzy Lamb Park, 414 Karoborup Road, Carabooda
Laser tag is available for children aged 8 and over.
Various laser tag packages available – read on here.
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Laser Corps, Bibra Lake, Swan Valley, Kalamunda, Wattle Grove and mobile Progress Drive Bibra Lake (Adjacent to the Adventure World carpark)
10250 West Swan Road, Henley Brook
Also in Kalamunda and Wattle Grove (contact for address and directions)
Offers Laser Tag for children aged 4 and over.
’Hero Tag’ is available for children aged 4 to 8 years – the kids can even dress up as superheroes.
Mobile Laser Tag option – play laser tag at a location of your choice!
Birthday parties available from $28 per person – no minimum number of participants required and a sausage sizzle is included!
Lazer Blaze – Malaga, Port Kennedy, Willetton Malaga – Unit 2, 299 Victoria Road, Malaga, Phone 9248 2152
Port Kennedy – Unit 2 and 3, 13 Sunlight Drive, Port Kennedy, Phone 9525 5505
Willetton – Shop 73 (Level 1) Southlands Shopping Centre, Burrendah Boulevard, Willetton, Phone 9332 2250
Laser Blaze laser tag is available to children aged 7 and over.
Birthday Parties available, with various party packages available, which you can compare here.