Are there ID requirements or an age limit to play?
Due to our insurance requirements, you must be over 18 to play Zedtown. You’ll also need to sign a waiver to play. People purchasing a concession ticket will require an appropriate concession card.
What do I need to bring?
Along with your ticket, all you need to bring is a dart blaster of some kind (we prefer Nerf) or some balled-up socks. We provide everything else you need including dog tags, rulebooks, bandannas, a call-in radio station, zombie make-up for when you turn and a dedicated phone app (iOS and Android) to track the game’s progress.
If you want to put your best foot forward in the zombie apocalypse there are all kinds of things you can bring as well. Good running shoes, extra ammo, snacks, walkie talkies, battery extenders for your phone and even a costume, all add to the experience – though they are far from required.
What should I wear?
What ever you feel comfortable in! Some of our players dress up which we love and there will be prizes for best costumes. Your ticketed faction colour is a great starting place when choosing how to dress.
As we share our space with lots of bystanders, please don’t dress in a way that would intimidate a passerby. No full tactical outfits, no paintball masks, no full camo or all-in-black outfits are allowed.
Do you provide blasters / ammo?
All players will need to provide their own blaster and ammo. These can be bought from places like Kmart, Target or Big W.
Note: you are not guaranteed to get your ammo darts back. Once they are shot, unless you want to then pick them up (which will definitly increase your risk of being tagged by a Zombie), they become part of the game and anyone can pick them up. Which means, while you may lose the darts you came with you will end up with darts you found on the day. We also do big ammo drops throughout the game.
What kind of blaster can I use?
We prefer Nerf, but any type of foam dart, ball, arrow or disc blaster available in Australia is fine! Please don’t modify your blaster internally or in a way that makes it look realistic or effects or improves its performance– non-mechanical cosmetic mods and brightly-coloured paint jobs are fine!
Sadly, at this point Rival blasters are out – they’re a little too powerful for games this size.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes, your ticket is transferrable – when you purchase your ticket you will be able to update the ticketholder’s details in a link emailed with your receipt of purchase. If you require any additional assistance visit ticketek.custhelp.com.
Is my ticket refundable?
We will only offer a refund if an event is cancelled, rescheduled or significantly relocated, or to the extent otherwise required by law. You must apply for a refund within a reasonable time and provide proof of purchase. We do not offer refunds or exchanges as a result of a change in your personal circumstances. You can read our full refund policy here.