WELCOME! Dress up in medieval costume and step back in time
to join us in celebrating our 21st year.
Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 of August 2017.
Entry fees: Saturday $15, Sunday $10, weekend pass $20, children under 12 FREE.
Gates open: Saturday 10am - 8pm. (The burning of the dragon starts at 6pm).
Sunday 10am - 3pm.
Early-bird tickets can be purchased from 9am - no eftpos - so bring cash.
2017 will be another grand medieval extravaganza
Over 100 Market stalls. Handcrafted goods and clothing, A variety of gourmet food
to fill your belly, (some open until 7pm on Saturday night). Tastings and sales of locally produced wines, ciders and mead. Camel rides and colonial Clydesdales wagon rides.
Grand Parade - Don’t miss our daily parade as it wanders through the site at 1pm.
On the Main stage – Live Music and Dancers.
In the Shed – The Blacksmiths demonstrations.
In the Combat Arena – Live action as Reenactors and Medievalist do battle.
Burning of the Dragon – Evening entertainment with Fire performers.
In the Field – Medieval Horseback Archery displays.
We'll keep you posted on further entertainment.
The programme will be available in August.
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IMPORTANT CASH ONLY entry fee at the gate.
ATM machine onsite is dependant on the mobile network.
(this will stop working the more mobile phones are used).
NO Alcohol allowed onto the Carnivale Site.
There is a licensed area for Wine tasting only.
NO DOGS or other pets allowed.
Folk yarns, traditional songs and heartfelt medieval ballads will
be sung by this Bridgetown singer-songwriter
on stage and
in the shed.
Don’t fashion me into a Maiden
that needs saving from a Dragon.
I am the Dragon and
I will eat you whole.
Fairy Stage Show
Fairy Sandie will have you singing, dancing and stirring up all sorts of magic with a mouthful of magic words. Do the Cheeky Fairy Dance, pop thousands of tiny bubbles, go surfing with the Surfin' Fairies and go absolutely crazy, with the Crazy Fairy Dance.
Loads of fun, lots of actions
she will have you dancing in no time, even the
parents won't be able to resist bobbing along.