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Burdiken Medieval Knights are a living history/re-enactment group based in the Queensland town of Home Hill on the Burdekin River. The group have a channel on YouTube that features a series of films, including broadsword lessons and demonstrations,…

The Esk Festival, also known as the Brisbane Valley Festival, is an annual single-day event held in the Queensland town Esk. A major component of the festival are displays of ‘Living History & Medieval Re-enactments’ which take place…

Black Wolf is a living history/re-enactment group based in the Queensland town of Allora. They are focus on the Crusades and Crusader experiences in the Middle East during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Their leader is ‘Duke Robert…

The Crimson Cog are a historical re-enactment group in New South Wales. They focus on the Hanseatic League in the years 1250-1300, particularly the city of Lübeck in northern Germany. The Hanseatic League were a confederation of merchant guilds…

An image of reproduction hourglass gauntlets, sold by the Medieval Shoppe in Parkes, NSW. The Medieval Shoppe produces and sells replicas of swords, shields, armour, and other historical weapons. Their website provides some information about…

The Abbey Museum of Art & Archaeology, located in Brisbane, Queensland, aims to provide an understanding of the human past through dynamic interpretation and historical re-enactment. They provide displays and offer a diversity of events and…

Billed as ‘An Arts Festival with a Metal Edge’ Ironfest is an annual festival held in the New South Wales city of Lithgow. The festival involves artists and blacksmith working with metal, as well as historical re-enactors, musicians, and…

The Battle of Nations Festival is a full contact medieval tournament held in Europe which began in 2009. Australia will field a team for the first time in 2013 and will be captained by Kit Houston. The event features various combat categories, from…