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St Ives Medieval Faire 2014

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by Vanessa M (subscribe)
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I can't believe I've lived in Northern Sydney my whole life and have only just learned about the St Ives Medieval Faire. Two days of medieval fun, it includes world-class jousters, battle recreations, medieval food and lots of other forms of entertainment, all right here on the North Shore at St Ives Showground. Dressing up is even encouraged.

st ives medieval faire
I've had to pay extra to see jousting at another medieval faire so this one sounds like a pretty good deal

The event will take place on Saturday September 20 and Sunday September 21, which is the first weekend of the school holidays. Kids will have a great time, so you should bring them along; there's a whole Kid's Faire within the main event that includes archery, ponies, an inflatable jumping castle and more.

The rest of the faire will offer jousting, a grand parade, Trebuchet Firing, archery, birds of prey shows, a battle of knights on horseback and roaming performers. All the activities run on both days and even stick to the same schedule. A historical village will offer examples of how people lived in the different eras, like the Dark Ages and High Middle Ages, with performers to educate and entertain you.

st ives medieval faire
See how people lived during the Medieval period

Ticket prices vary depending on when you book and whether you want to attend for just one day or for both. If you purchase now, they cost $25.00 for adults, $16.00 for children and $65.00 for a family. Two-day tickets cost $35.00 for adults, $24.00 for a child and $80.00 for a family.

Added to the price of these tickets is the $10.00 per day parking cost if you want to book yourself a place in the car park, which is expected to fill up quickly. A way to avoid this extra expense is to utilise the free shuttle buses that will operate throughout the local council area and from both Gordon and Pymble train stations.

st ives medieval faire
Don't forget to dress up - not only is it fun, but it will help the bus drivers spot you when they're picking people up
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Why? It's a huge medieval experience right here in northern Sydney
When: September 20-21
Where: St Ives Showground
Cost: Single Day Tickets: $25 for adults, $16 for a child, $65 for adults. Two Day Tickets: $35 for adults, $24 for a child and $80 for a family.
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Don't be dismayed that you've lived in Nth Sydney all your life and not heard of this before - because I think this is the first time it's being held round here.

There *is* a Medieval Fair in Doonside every year, which has been running for a few years now (and that one's free!).
by arn_k (score: 0|6) 2164 days ago
Yes, this was the inaugural event for the Medieval Faire at St Ive's Showground. It was well attended on Saturday when I was there. And it seemed to be even busier when I drove by on Sunday. So hopefully it's success will mean it is a regular feature on Sydney's public entertainment calendar.
by john. (score: 0|2) 2152 days ago
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