The Barony of Ynys Fawr

The Barony of Ynys Fawr

The Society for Creative Anachronism in Tasmania

Welcome to Ynys Fawr

Ynys Fawr is the Tasmanian branch of a world-wide medieval reenactment group, the SCA.
Read our Baronesses' monthly letter to the Barony here, or scroll down for more news and links.
Newcomers
Have TV Shows and movies like Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones and The Three Musketeers caught your attention? Have you thought about exploring medieval pursuits? The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is a world-wide...
Activities
The SCA in Tasmania runs regular activities in Hobart, the Huon Valley, the east coast and the north west of the state: arts & sciences, martial arts and other medieval pastimes, including the monthly Baronial...
Baronage
The ceremonial heads of the Barony of Ynys Fawr are our Baronesses, Her Serenity Adelindis filia Gotefridi and Her Exuberance Anna Felice Tavestoche.  They were invested as our seventh and eighth Baroness on 19 November...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spring Seasonal Tournament: 18 November
A tournament on Sunday November 18th at Nutgrove, Long Beach Rd, Sandy Bay (under the old oak tree). Their Excellencies of Ynys Fawr have requested...
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October Monthly Letter
To the populace of Ynys Fawr do Anna and Adelindis send warm greetings, The Bunnings sausage sizzle on September 23 was a great success, making...
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September Letter
To the populace of Ynys Fawr do Anna and Adelindis send warm greetings, Our thanks go to Lord Richard of Dunheved for his beautiful work...
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August Letter
To the populace of Ynys Fawr do Anna and Adelindis send warm greetings, We successfully delivered our final two Healthy Hobart Goes Dark demos on...
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July Letter
To the populace of Ynys Fawr do Anna and Adelindis send warm greetings, It was with sadness that we farewelled Countess Beatrice Maria Malatesta on...
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May/June Letter
To the populace of Ynys Fawr do Anna and Adelindis send warm winter greetings, The observant among you will have noted that May has passed...
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April Monthly Letter
To the populace of Ynys Fawr do Anna and Adelindis send warm greetings We would like to thank everybody who assisted with the stall and...
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Eastkirk – St Mary’s Wood Guild Open Day
Alas, the forces of nature were not in harmony with the Barony's attempt to increase the numbers of the populace in our northern outposts this...
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Overview

The Barony of Ynys Fawr is the Tasmanian branch of a world-wide living history organisation called the Society for Creative Anachronism.  As part of the SCA’s Kingdom of Lochac, Ynys Fawr includes the Canton of Lightwood in the Huon Valley, Eastkirk in the north east, and Leathann Tir in the north west.  It also encompasses the College of St Gildas the Wise, based primarily in the Sandy Bay campus of the University of Tasmania.

The SCA is an international non-profit educational organisation dedicated to the research and recreation of pre-17th-century European history, with a particular focus on its practical applications in arts and sciences, including costuming, cooking, martial arts, dance, calligraphy and illumination, metalwork, archery and music.  Annual membership is inexpensive, but is not required for participation.

The Barony meets regularly for activities focused on medieval and renaissance arts and sciences and martial arts.  It hosts events, usually on weekends, including tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, various classes & workshops, and more.  It has a calendar which is updated regularly.

The Barony has a permanent presence at Kraken Hall, in the Royal Hobart Showground under the old grandstand.

Please take the time to browse this website and learn more, or if you’re the impulsive type feel free to dive right in and come along to something.  This could be the beginning of something big!