More than 11,000 Scouts from all over Australia and many other countries converged on Queensland for a recent Australian Scouts Jamboree.
One of the highlights of the massive two-week-long event was a huge game of laser tag.
The Scouts Australia has booked 500 laser tag phasers so hundreds of scouts could play at a time.
Two sessions a day, morning and afternoon, are planned for the 10-day festival.
So a new record of almost 10,000 people playing tag at one event was set.
The Jamboree is held every four years with scouts traveling from across Australia as well as internationally.
Maryborough West Scout Charlee Howard-Osborne was one of the first scouts to book in.
"A Jamboree is a lifetime experience, you realize what your parents do for you," she said.
As well as the fun games such as laser tag, Scouts do their own washing and cooking at the Jamboree with an emphasis on learning new skills and fending for themselves.
Chief Director Pieter Van Der Kamp said the camping environment would be an eye-opener for many of the thousands of scouts.
The Jamboree will have its own newspaper, radio station, markets and a nighttime entertainment precinct.
"My son is going to LOVE this when it is his turn!!!" said Angelli Meza.
"My son will love it too," said Ricky Begelhole.
It was also the record for the biggest single rental of laser tag equipment in the world.
The Jamboree is held every three years with scouts traveling from across Australia as well as internationally.
On the last day of the Jamboree the Scouts smashed the laser tag world record.
Boys Scouts and leaders joined in for a huge game of tag.
In fact, 436 people played in one huge game of laser tag. Now that is smashing it out of the park.