Thunderbird Park is the place for your ultimate school holiday activity. The new attraction was created by Battlefield Sports, the original creators of Laser Skirmish.
Thunderbird Park has created a one of a kind Gold Coast hinterland attraction with its unique combat entertainment. The battlefield is quite authentic being set in the tropical jungle and has been inspired by the infamous Kokoda Trail. It's a one of a kind Gold Coast Hinterland attraction.
The outdoor field offers an area of 12,000 square meters (or 3 acres). Laser Skirmish also plans battlefield upgrades, collaborating with the production designers whose other credits include Wolverine X-men, and Spielberg’s The Pacific.
The entire area is planned to be like a movie set to ensure video-game-like experiences throughout the battlefield.
The experience kicks off with a mission briefing.
The gamers are split up into two teams - the introductory mission is a warm up game, where Team Bravo battle Team Delta - each battles over control of a fort.
The next mission is a scenario mission playing the Australians and the Japanese. Here the gamers fight along a track, in a series of strong points. This is where mates can become heroes for a day.
Gamers can then debrief amongst themselves at the Rainforest Kiosk while enjoying a wood-fired pizza and a drink from the bar.
Laser Skirmish can cater for small groups of 4 or more people, or entertain big groups of more than 100 so it's perfect as a team building experience, birthday party and fun school holiday activity.