We’ve talked about Bucks Parties before in our blog posts, but I think don’t think we’ve forgotten about the awesome Hens Party!
Archery Attack is perfect choice, with loads of fun and excitement!

Hens Parties @ Archery Attack

Archery Attack is an arrow tag game where we take groups and put them head to head. With foam-tipped arrows and special bows, you and your hens party will get to shoot each other while trying something brand new. Our games will get you moving around and having a blast. Plus, who doesn’t want to shoot their friends, especially in a hens party. You know as well that the bride-to-be will cop their fair share of arrows! I might make the point that head shots are encouraged at Archery Attack (we have masks don’t worry).

Archery Attack is a great experience that your whole party will love. Our staff take the time to teach you how to play as well. Everyone can get involved and have a great time. That’s what hens parties are all about.

If you happen to have your hens party in Melbourne, then you’ll get access to our function area. This function area is perfect for post match feeds and hang outs. We’re also looking to get a BYO license soon so stay tuned!

We can even do outdoor sessions and come to you. Now that spring is here and summer approaches, outdoor sessions are a fantastic way to play Archery Attack.

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We know the importance of a fantastic hens party. So why not have it at Archery Attack, where you’ll be looked after from start to finish. Getting to shoot each other and go wild is an essential part of the experience. Give us a try, and we assure  you’ll be having a blast!

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