Border War XXII Date Change
BREAKING NEWS (15 Jan 2020): Fires between Wodonga and Tallangatta Valley are more-or-less under control, however fire brigades are still conducting small burns when safe to do so. The air quality improves one day and plummets for the next 2 or 3. So we have decided to POSTPONE BORDER WAR until August 21st to 23rd, 2020. Price point deadlines have now changed. The bookings officer will contact all those already booked to confirm your bookings or arrange full refunds as required.
Border War is a camping, combat and creativity medieval recreation event hosted by the Shire of Bordescros as part of the Kingdom of Lochac in the Society for Creative Anachronism. It is generally held on the last weekend in February each year at a venue on the NSW/Victorian border. However, due to fires in the High Country in 2020 it is being held in August. The current venue is High Country Camp, 768 Tallangatta Creek Rd, TALLANGATTA VALLEY VIC 3701.
Border War XXII: The Rus vs. The Horde
On the last weekend in February 1598, Boris Godunov (the Chet Boyar) became the Tsar of Russia ending centuries of Rurikid rule. So we have chosen the northern Rus v the south/eastern Hordes as our theme. In keeping with the theme we will include Mongolian and/or Norse wrestling on the Village Green.
The Shire of Bordescros calls for War Bands, and their vassals, to join the war and demonstrate their prowess on and off the field of combat. Participation in any activity contributes to victory points for your band. Those who claim victory at the end of the event will be feted far and wide, and take away the War Chest. For those who do not wish to participate in combat, there will be a range of Arts and Sciences activities available, plus games and the market on the Village Green. This includes children’s activities, as usual.
Browse this website for more information, including:
|Accommodation||Arts and Sciences||Classes and Workshops|
|Combat Information||Equestrian Activities||Event Schedule|
|Food and Feasting||Markets||Pricing|
|Site Information (including Accessibility)||Stewarding Team||Youth Activities|
To book, visit the booking information page.
If you have further questions, contact the event steward via email.
War! What is it good for? Having a great time with friends, family and like-minded fellows.