The Barony of Stormhold

Stormhold is a regional branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).

With the recent changes in restrictions, we are now able to return to limited face to face activities. Please subscribe to our mailing list or look at our calendar for more information.

The modern city of Melbourne, Australia (and indeed the entire state of Victoria) is split between two regional branches, or ‘Baronies’.

Stormhold encompasses the Northern and Western suburbs of Melbourne, and also claims several regional towns such as Ballarat, Bendigo and Echuca.
The Eastern and Southern suburbs are the territory of the Barony of Kraé Glas, as are other regional areas in that direction (such as Gippsland).

What do you do?

Ever dreamed about being a knight in shining armour, or a noble lady bestowing a handkerchief on her champion?

You may think you were born a few centuries too late, but in the Barony of Stormhold the Middle Ages live again!

Open to all, the Barony of Stormhold (a chapter of the worldwide Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) based in Melbourne, Australia) encourages and supports anyone with an interest in pre-1600 art, history, combat, craft and culture.

Here’s a taste of our activities:

    • Garment reconstruction and costuming
    • Chivalric tournament combat
    • Cooking and brewing (and eating and drinking)
    • Diverse medieval crafts
    • Armour construction
    • Calligraphy and manuscript illumination
    • Renaissance-style dancing

In fact, anything that happened before the 17th century is within the scope of the club. And if you’ve got a specific interest, there’ll probably be someone in the worldwide Society that shares your passion.

So have a look around and explore the website. A wealth of knowledge awaits!



Congratulations to our new heavy combat champion, Sir Brennan Halfhand, our new Arts and Sciences Champion, Lord Gillucan ua Tomaltaig, our new Rapier champion Sir Wolfram Flammenherz, and our new Archery champion Lord Roland Ironbeard.

Twilight Bash to be held on Monday the 9th of March at the regular Monday night training site. Come in garb & bring a plate to share!