The Shire of Bordescros is part of the Kingdom of Lochac (Australia and New Zealand), the 19th Laurel Kingdom in the Society for Creative Anachronism‘s Knowne World. Our lands lie south-west of Politarchopolis (ACT), north-east of Cairnfiall (Bendigo and Ballarat VIC) and north of Stormhold (Melbourne VIC) and Kraé Glas (South-East Melbourne VIC).
The Shire covers the area bordered by Gundagai in the north, to Tumbarumba in the east, and follows the western side of the Snowy Mountain region to Myrtleford, across to Wangaratta and Shepparton in the south, and as far west as Barmah. Bordescros is centered around Albury-Wodonga on the NSW/Victoria border and has a satellite group, Loch Corbie, located at Wagga Wagga NSW.
We have been present on the Border since October 1998. Our Society caters to all ages, a very broad range of activities that focus on the period of history up to 1603, and is non-discriminatory.
What is the Society for Creative Anachronism?
The Society for Creative Anachronism (commonly referred to as the SCA) started as a costume party celebrating May Day for a group of history majors at the University of California, and has grown over the years to become a world-wide social and sporting organisation for people with an interest in the medieval period.
Social activities include feasts, balls, revels, wars and tournaments. The sporting side includes armoured combat, rapier combat, archery, dancing, and equestrian activities. Those with a scholastic bent are not forgotten, as the Society both welcomes and encourages people to delve into history and reproduce the objects of wonder and beauty, or treatises on how things were done.
The Society is family-friendly and truly offers something for everyone, no matter where your interests lie.
How to get involved
Don’t live in the bounds of the Shire of Bordescros? Find your closest group via the Kingdom of Lochac Groups page.