Zone 3 Laser Tag Event for Carer Families 17th and 18th April 2018

Zone 3 Laser Tag Event for Carer Families 17th and 18th April 2018

Calling for Expression of Interest - Zone 3 Laser Tag Activity for Carer Families.

Carers NT are seeking expressions of interest from Carers who may want to be apart of a fun filled activity during the school holidays.

Event:  Carer Family Activity at Zone 3 Laser Tag facility   

Date:  Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th April from 10 am - 2pm.  

Day One:  First group from 10 am - 12 noon, Second Group - from 12 noon - 2 pm.   

Day Two:   First group from 10 am - 12 noon,  Second Group - from 12 noon - 2pm

Where is the event being held:   Zone 3 Laser Tag facility at 70 McMinn St, Darwin

What is Laser Tag?  Laser Tag is a high-tech sport where players wearing computerised vests or packs and handheld "phasers" attempt to achieve a winning score by tagging opponent players, base stations, and other targets within a playing arena.

Light refreshments will be available for Carer Families who attend.

A maximum of 5 persons can participate for each Carer Family that applies to participate.  Children must be 5 years and older to be able to participate.

Please note that the venue has areas with steps/stairs that may affect a persons ability to move around the venue comfortably.  Please consider your mobility options prior to the event.  The lighting is also dimmed in the gaming area and music will be playing.   People with sensory processing issues may be overstimulated in this environment.

To apply for tickets to attend the Zone 3 Laser Tag carer family activity please contact Cheryl Halliday, Mental Health Coordinator at Carers NT on 1800 242 636 or email [email protected]

Major sponsors

  • Halikos Group
  • Southern Cross Television
  • NT Work Safe - Gold Sponsors - Golf Day
  • Arthur J Gallagher

Acknowledgement

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