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Family-friendly Barossa Medieval Fair coming soon to Lyndoch

A “step back through history with knights, birds of prey, medieval life, horses and so much more,” the event will see a range of Medieval market stalls, eateries, and entertainment.

Header image: Barossa Medieval Fair.

Hazzah! The Barossa Medieval Fair will be back with all of its Middle Age treats and activities. 

Described as a “step back through history with knights, birds of prey, medieval life, horses and so much more,”  the event will see a range of Medieval market stalls, eateries, and entertainment over a two-day period. The weekend of fun, food, and family will take place in Lyndoch on Saturday, August 21 and Sunday, August 22. 

While the full line-up of stalls and activities for the Barossa Medieval Fair has yet to be announced, the stalls they’ve announced so far sound unique and exciting. 

The fair has announced they’ll have food from the Roaming Spit, which serves up European charcoal spit-roasted meats and eats “perfect to warm the bellies and hearts of many a weary traveller.” The fair says they will offer a range of food that caters to dietary restrictions from food allergies to veganism and vegetarianism, so there will be bites to eat for everyone.

For retail options, Sorcerous Sundries will be selling an array of Medieval remedies, teas, and herbs; the Spice Alchemist will have hand-crafted spice blends with no artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives; and Esford Armoury will debut at the fair with swords, daggers, knives, helmets, and more. 

Past events have also had knight fights and other fun activities, so look out for any further announcements about the complete event line-up. 

Make sure to purchase tickets to avoid disappointment; There’s a range of tickets available. 

The event will take place in Lyndoch on Saturday, August 21 and Sunday, August 22. 

Get tickets here.

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