The SCA welcomes people from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter what you do in the mundane world, how old or young you are, how much you know about the medieval world, or whether you can sew, fight, dance, sing or discuss academia – everyone is welcome! The group’s focus is very diverse as we study a period of over a 1000 years. We don’t limit ourselves to one culture or particular event in history.
If you are interested in coming along to our regular meetings, or want to know a little bit more about what we do, read on!
About the SCA
- What is the SCA?
A brief introduction to what the SCA is, how we started, and what we expect of our members.
- Who’s Who in the SCA
What are the officers and what do they do? For the actual people and their contact details visit the Contacts page
- Geography – also called Regnum – SCA groups in QLD
So I want to play… what now?
- Contact the Hospitaler or Seneschal if you want further information
- Come along to the hall or one of our events
- We meet every Tuesday evening from 7pm at the Gin Gin Historical Village across the road from the Post Office
You can visit The SCA Newcomer’s resource page for more information.
This page is aimed at helping newcomers to the Society for Creative Anachronism get started.
SCA Interactive Demo. Following that link will open you to a new interactive website designed to give you a heap of information about the SCA and some great starting out tips.
Membership in the Society for Creative Anachronism is required in order to participate in society events. A $5 per event membership is available at the sign in table for those experiencing the Society for the first time.
Annual Memberships can be obtained online at https://www.sca.org.au/registry/
- Discounted entry to official events and gatherings
- Reduced paperwork for attending SCA functions
- Subscription to the Kingdon’s “Pegasus” Newsletter
- The right to vote in Society matters, and
- Membership is mandatory to be an officer or run events.
- A Most Amazing Feeling of Good-Will and Inner Glow of Contentment.
Membership helps the SCA as it is the only source of income to pay for both the public liability insurance and the costs of running the incorporated body that regulates all the mundane matters of the Society.