The Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park recently added laser tag to their on-campus attractions.
They chose a live-action gaming system that combines technology, entertainment, and recreation to suit all ages!
The innovative system from Battlefield Sports offers a twist on laser tag gaming and uses advanced infrared technology to track and record hits.
Battlefield Sports’ laser tag system also offers a range of customisation options, allowing players to choose from various game modes and scenarios that cater to their interests and abilities. With this flexibility, the system can be tailored to fit the needs of any event or location, providing a personalized and engaging experience for all players.
The park has a great set of laser tag equipment from Battlefield Sports, including
• 16 Cobras with Red Dots
• 6 Cobra Lites
• 4 Battle Boxes, and the
This flexible arsenal caters to a range of gamers. The Cobras with the red dots scopes appeal to tweens and teens, while the lighter Cobra LITES are great for younger players.
Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park offers a range of accommodation options to suit everyone from families, large groups, and couples to campers and caravans. Options include 31 waterfront and garden view cabins, two bunk houses and three lodging rooms as well as powered, unpowered, ensuite and waterfront sites with picturesque views.
The implementation of the equipment has received overwhelmingly positive feedback from guests. Guests have expressed their enjoyment of the activity, with many citing it as a highlight of their stay at the park. This positive feedback is a testament to the success of the implementation and the park's commitment to providing excellent guest experiences.
Innovative technology such as laser tag can differentiate a tourist park from its competitors.
New attractions like laser tag can attract more guests who are seeking unique and exciting experiences. Live-action gaming can provide tourist parks with a competitive advantage in their local market.
To top off this great investment the Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park won this year’s Ray Fitton Award for Innovation from the Caravan Parks Association of Queensland for its laser tag attraction.
The innovation award recognizes a park operator that has recently introduced an innovation within their business, which could also be used in other parks.
In summary, implementing Laser Tag equipment has meant
These outcomes can contribute to the overall success of the caravan park and justify the investment in the equipment.