We are a not-for-profit Incorporated Association, established in 2017, advocating for and representing TagSoft Sports (Gelsoft and Airsoft) in Western Australia.



The Club was established in 2017 in accordance with the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 with the primary objective of lobbying for the sport of Airsoft. Since then the Club has taken a more holistic, inclusive approach to advocate and represent all TagSoft sport (I.e. Gelsoft / Gel Ball and Airsoft).


  1. To advocate for TagSoft sports (Gelsoft and Airsoft) as competitive sports in Western Australia;
  2. To ensure public education, promotion and advancement of Tagsoft sports;
  3. To represent the TagSoft sports community and industry in dealings with the Government for safeguarding and advancing TagSoft sports;
  4. To bring together sport participants, game organizers, retailers and field owners for the cumulative and individual benefit;
  5. To provide an avenue for club members to demonstrate lawful excuse / genuine reason for possessing TagSoft sports equipment;
  6. To provide rules for regulating TagSoft sports for safety, competitiveness and enjoyment purposes.

The Club has no associations with firearm owner groups, firearm lobbyists or their supporters, nor expresses any opinions of their activities.


A new WA venue has offered their support for our "My Blaster, My Responsibility" campaign: Kalgoorlie Gelsof Club. They will be promoting our activities and safety campaign as well as supporting us in organising events in Kalgoorlie.

If you live in Kalgoorlie and haven't joined them yet, please do so. We want TagSoft sports to expand in all of Western Australia. ... See MoreSee Less

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Please welcome our Club Regional Representative (CRC) for Kalgoorlie. You can reach him at One of his first priorities is to get a Gelsoft field organised and to grow the local community.

Please reach out to him if you live in Kalgoorlie and get on board! ... See MoreSee Less

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We've come to the end of two massive days at the Big Boys Toys Expo. Thank you again to our frontline volunteers and to those that have worked behind the scenes to make this a successful event.

The purpose of the Club's attendance to the expo was to:
- introduce new practitioners to the sport;
- provide public education on the legal requirements of Gel Blaster ownership;
- advising those that already knew about the sport of its extent in WA and also the legal requirements; and
- being able to prove to the WA Government that the Gelsoft community is well aware of the legal requirements and that any incidents involving public use of Gel Blasters are not representative of the sports community and that they should not lead to a change in regulations, as we understand their plan to be.

There has been massive interest for the sport from people from all walks of life and ages and you will definitely see new faces on the game field.

For those that might have forgotten or are not yet aware the Club is a not-for-profit organisation and the volunteers receive no renumeration. We simply do it for the love of the sport so you can all enjoy it to its full potential. ... See MoreSee Less

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