Competitors to have a blast at games

Emily AceSouth Western Times
Rocky Durrant, 11, sharpens up his skills ahead of the Nerf Games at the Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre.
Camera IconRocky Durrant, 11, sharpens up his skills ahead of the Nerf Games at the Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre. Credit: South Western Times, Jon Gellweiler

The school holidays will start with a blast at Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre, as it prepares to host the Nerf Games from April 16 to 20.

It will be the first time the games have visited the South West, allowing participants to show off their accuracy, speed and distance as they make their way through four stages of Nerf fun.

Held between 11am and 2pm daily, challengers must register outside of Coles on the day to begin their journey.

Each stage will feature a specific challenge to test different skills, including a target practice range where participants must blast the foam darts through a series of rings.

Competitors will have the chance to win a $300 Nerf prize pack by participating.

High school student Rocky Durrant said he was looking forward to testing his abilities.

“I love playing Nerf with my mates, so I can’t wait to have a go at the Nerf Games,” he said.

“It’s about testing your skills, accuracy, speed and distance.

“It’s more exciting because you can win a big prize.”

All Nerf blasters will be provided and competitors must leave their own at home.

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