Outdoor Archery Sessions are another great part of Arrow Tag. Arrow Tag can be played indoors and outdoors. We have multiple locations across the world, and the ability to host sessions in our indoor arenas or in various outdoor areas. Outdoor Archery is an awesome experience for all different kinds of groups.

Take our Melbourne franchise as an example. We have our awesome arena in Reservoir; which has a target range, 40 player arena zone, function area, and an arcade. However, we also have outdoor kits ready to bring the action to you!

We understand that sometimes you can’t always get down to your local arena, and you need Arrow Tag to bridge the distance gap.

Maybe you’ve got a function or fundraiser that you want us at, or a local event you’d like Arrow Tag to be a part of, we’ll we’re more than capable of assisting and getting Arrow Tag to you. We’ve been involved in numerous council events, family days, sporting club or charity fundraisers, and even school functions. We’re more than happy to do the smaller events such as kids birthday parties, or bucks and hens nights. Sometimes the weather is too nice to not play outdoors!

With our outdoors sessions you’ll get a host (or more depending on numbers) who drives to you, organises and set up, runs your session, and handles clean up too. It’ll be a no stress day for you and your guests. We’ll get them playing and having a great time without you worrying about a thing. Plus, if you need assistance finding an outdoor location for a party, we’ll source a local park or outdoor sports court you can use for your session.

So whether it’s a large function or small party, book an outdoor Arrow Tag session and get into the fun of Arrow Tag!

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