Description

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact festivalbookings@lochac.sca.org.

Please note that I am located in WA and time zones and real world responsibilities can be a factor in prompt responses to your requests. If the matter is Urgent I can be contacted on facebook messenger : Sandra Blower - Sláine inghean Ui Ruádhain

 


PAYMENT PLANS ARE AVAILABLE - email festivalbookings@lochac.sca.org 

NOTES ABOUT TICKETS AND COSTS

"Setup Sunday" the 12th of April There is no cost/ticket needed to come on site and setup during "Setup Sunday" the 12th of April. If you want to stay Overnight on "Setup Sunday" then you will need a Pre-event Ticket for Sunday.


"Pre-Event Monday" the 13th of April To be on site on "Pre-Event Monday" you will need a Pre-event ticket for Monday. If you want to stay Overnight on "Pre-event Monday" then you will need a Pre-event Ticket for Monday.


"Pre-Event Tuesday" the 14th of April Anyone who is booked for the full event can be onsite on "Pre-Event Tuesday" with no additional fee. Anyone who is booked for the full event can stay overnight on "Pre-event Tuesday" with no additional fee.


Game On - Wednesday April 15th to Sunday 19th April 20th These days are self explanatory using normal event booking rules.  




FAMILY RATES

There is no family pricing this year. Member Children under 15 are free Non Member Children are $5. Please ensure you select the relevant tickets to enable collection of sign in data.

NON MEMBER RATES

Non Member rates include a once of charge for the event at $10 per adult and $5 per child. Membership Validity is checked and you will be required to pay this fee if you cannot provide a current membership number.

Find us at this years University O-Day after the 26th of January ??

Contact your College Seneschal for O-Day recruit pricing.


Venue Details
Camp Wombaroo
162 Black Spring Rd, High Range, New South Wales, Australia
The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is an international living history group with the aim of studying and recreating mainly Medieval European cultures and their histories before the 17th century.