Tickets for Abbey Medieval Festival on sale

Published 4:10pm 12 April 2023

Tickets for Abbey Medieval Festival on sale
Words by Ashleigh Howarth

The Caboolture region will once again travel back in time to the Middle Ages this July with the return of the Abbey Medieval Festival.

Held over two big days on July 8 and 9, the Abbey Medieval Festival is the largest event hosted by the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology.

The two-day spectacular brings history to life with authentic re-enactments, crafts, music, food and more – perfect for history lovers and those wishing to experience what life was like many centuries ago.

One of the highlights of the festival is the Moreton Bay Medieval Joust Championship, which is sponsored by the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

The event is run by professional jouster Luke Binks, who has competed all over the world including Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Russia and America.

“The Abbey Medieval Festival is one of my favourite events of the year. A lot of hard work goes into the jousting tournament, but it’s worth it when you have 5000 people cheering and screaming as you do something that is pretty epic and unusual,” Luke says.

“Last year the crowds were really electric, so we hope this year the crowds will be bigger, better, brighter and of course louder.”

All the fun will be held at ‘Abbeystowe’ - an open field near the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, located a 1-63 The Abbey Place, Caboolture.

The Abbey Medieval Festival is a major fundraiser for the Abbey Museum of Art and Archeology, and is sponsored by Moreton Bay Regional Council, Tourism and Events Queensland, Visit Moreton Bay Region, North Harbour and ERMS Group.

Tickets for Abbey Medieval Festival on sale

Secure your ticket now

Tickets to the 2023 Abbey Medieval Festival are on sale now, featuring early bird prices.

Day passes start at $49 for adults, $34 for concession, $24 for children aged 5-14 and $120 for a family (two adults and two children or one adult and three children).

Children under the age of five are free.

Patrons with an official Companion Card, accompanied with a Carer, pay Concession and their Carer receives free general admission. Cards must be presented at the gate, and they must be accompanied with a paid ticket holder.

A ticket to the Abbey Medieval Festival Tournament gives you access to the festival site with all the medieval encampments and the marketplace; also a wide range of programmed and unscheduled activities, excluding Jousting. Your joust ticket will need to be pre-purchased as an add-on.

To purchase tickets, click here.

More information about this year’s festival can be found on the Abbey Medieval Festival website.

Tickets for Abbey Medieval Festival on sale

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