May Champions Prevail

May Champions Prevail!

HEAR YE! HEAR YE! Come witness dazzling displays of prowess and chivalry in a medieval tournament, followed by a night of medieval spectacle and glorious feasting!

The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is a medieval organisation pursuing research and re-creation of pre-seventeenth century skills, arts, combat, and culture.

The Barony of Ynys Fawr is the Tasmanian branch of the SCA, in the Kingdom of Lochac (Australia/NZ).

When: Saturday 6th August Day starts at 1pm (was previously 12pm, but had to be moved) Feast starts at 5:30pm

Where: Glenorchy, TAS. Deails on booking

There will be heavy and rapier tourneys, A&S happenings, a potluck feast, and Court of Their Excellencies David & Arabella.

Baronial Champions will be chosen from amongst our Superb Populace!

BYO lunch. The evening feast will be potluck, so please bring a dish of food to share (with a list of the ingredients if possible)



1:00pm Event opens

1:15pm Opening court

1:30pm Heavy tourney begins

2pm Rapier tourney begins

3pm Archery Shoot begins


5.30 pm Court of Their Excellencies, The Baroness and Baron of Ynys Fawr
6.00 pm Potluck feast begins
8.00 pm Dessert!
9.00 pm Closing court
10.00 pm Feast Ends

Post event clean up

10:00 to whenever the hall is clean: Help clean up the hall after the event



SCA Members:

$15 for adult members

Minor members are free

SCA Non-member

$25 for adults*

$5 for minors*

*Non-member prices include an amount required by our insurance. You can avoid this by becoming a member: New Membership Application.



To come along, please email the steward (contact person) Drusticc, by no later than Thursday 4th of August.



Event steward: Drusticc inigena Eddarrnonn

Tourneys coordinator: Perran of Lyskyret

Feast overseer: Tosti Vicherovich Bogolyubskiy

Bookings officer: Drusticc inigena Eddarrnonn


COVID-19 Rules

Please note that upon arrival at the event, attendees over the age of 12 must show proof of being double vaccinated against COVID-19, or have an exemption to vaccination. Vaccination must have occurred at least 14 days prior to the event or activity. People may not attend if they are currently unwell, or have experienced COVID-like symptoms within the past 72 hours.

If you believe you may have been exposed to COVID in any setting, including having been in an identified exposure site, you are asked to take all reasonable precautions in accordance with guidance from local health authorities.