Splatter & Splash Room


Queensland's first Splatter and Splash room*, where you can get messy and colourful throwing paint, has opened at Stapylton, just a 40 minute drive from Brisbane.

Here you can throw paint, cover yourself in paint from top to toe and have a whole lot of fun just getting messy, in a guaranteed fun experience for all ages.

You will get to throw paint filled water bombs and paint-squirt your mates or family. And for those who don’t want to be covered in colour, you can still join in on the fun whilst being covered head to toe. 

Suitable for birthday parties, divorce parties, date night, hens/bucks and with special school holiday sessions too, Splatter and Splash is also a great way to let off steam and de-stress.

Good to know - Included in Splatter & Splash room (per person) are ponchos, booties and hair caps. Hats, shirts, shoes and canvases are all available to purchase on the day.

Need to know - All paints used are Water Based, Non-Toxic, Kids Safe Poster Paints. They are vegan and environmentally friendly and conform to Australian Standard 8124.3.

Image credit: courtesy of DIY Invasion Facebook page

Splatter & Splash Room

4/2 Christensen Rd


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