Thanks to the APIA, the Paintball laws in NSW due to change SOON!

Spc. Melissa Church
Sgt. 1st Class Allen Reome, master gunner in 3rd Squadron, 71st Cavalry Regiment, shows his son, Allen, how to shoot a paintball gun at a squadron father-son paintball competition June 19 on Fort Drum.

Welcome to the Australian Paintball Industry Association

The Australian Paintball Industry Association was founded in 2004 by a group of Australian Paintball industry people who were frustrated by the crazy paintball laws they had to deal with almost daily. Through out the years, the association has been involved in working with both state and federal government bodies and governments to try and fix these regulatory issues as well as stave off new laws that would only harm the industry more.

Our Mission

The association objectives are:

  1. To facilitate a greater understanding of the paintball industry in Australia.
  2. To standardize the industry rules and regulations throughout Australia.
  3. To help promote growth in the paintball industry in Australia.

The Australian Paintball Industry Association membership is open to any persons who are involved in the Australian Paintball Industry whether they are a paintball park, paintball retailer or wholesaler, paintball importer or even a paintball industry manufacturer. The Australian Paintball Industry Association is not, nor does it try to represent itself as a player’s association.