QLHF Conference 18

QUEENSLAND LIVING HISTORY FEDERATION EVENT

(Please note that this event is open to members of the Queensland Living History Federation and Australian Living History Federation members only).

QLHF Conference – by re-enactors, for re-enactors. 

Conference18 is an opportunity for the Australian re-enactment community for sharing, learning, teaching, trading,  doing workshops and battles, feasting and socialising!

The Conference fee will include a Saturday night feast, with entertainment provided.

More details regarding the weekend program coming soon!

 

Fort Lytton at Night

Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of wartime, as professional actors relive the past with a live theatrical tour. You will be part of the show as your state-of-the-art lantern brings sound and light to the performance, transporting you into the past and bringing Fort Lytton to life! In an intimate setting of no more than 25 people, we promise you a truly memorable historical journey. Experience a piece of history—experience Fort Lytton at Night!

When: Every Friday night and the first Saturday of every month, 6:30 – 8:15pm

You can find out more about the show by watching this clip from Channel 7’s The Great South East

Fort Lytton 1917 Commemorative Tours

Fort Lytton National Park

“Captain Harris Reminisces”

Inspired by the real life story of Lieutenant-Colonel R. A. Stanley, this powerful in-role presentation recalls the experiences of the Australian Imperial Force, as they travelled around the world to Gallipoli and the Western Front.

Hear the unique story of the role played in this period by Fort Lytton and Lytton Quarantine Station (the two sites that make up the National Park)

$6 Adults $3 Concessions & Children

“The tour succeeded in combining the role of Fort Lytton and Queensland with the human emotions and tragedies of World War I”              M. McLean, 2015

Fort Lytton 1917 Commemorative Tours

Fort Lytton National Park

“Captain Harris Reminisces”

Inspired by the real life story of Lieutenant-Colonel R. A. Stanley, this powerful in-role presentation recalls the experiences of the Australian Imperial Force, as they travelled around the world to Gallipoli and the Western Front.

Hear the unique story of the role played in this period by Fort Lytton and Lytton Quarantine Station (the two sites that make up the National Park)

$6 Adults $3 Concessions & Children

“The tour succeeded in combining the role of Fort Lytton and Queensland with the human emotions and tragedies of World War I”              M. McLean, 2015