Husaria Australia is the collaborative effort of a number of experienced re-enactors and researchers. All coming from different backgrounds and interests within the re-enactment community and Cosplay fields.
Husaria is a project within the umbrella group Historia, and appears at a number of festivals and events.
Husaria Australia is a project of Historia. A group with a number of projects headed by experienced re-enactors, researchers, collectors and museum professionals.
Husaria Australia members and Historia itself, are members of the Queensland Living History Federation. The QLHF have assisted re-enactment groups for over 20 years with public liability and other insurances. It has also been instrumental in dealing with legislators regarding rules and regulations pertaining to the ownership of weapons and other items required for our hobby.
History Alive is a multi period event run by QLHF. It has groups that cover from the Romans to the Vietnam war era and everything in between including Husaria Australia.
Husaria has it's camp at the annual Abbey Medieval festival which is a fundraising event for the Abbey Museum. The event has been running for over 30 years drawing re-enactors and patrons from all over Australia.
Rosalie's Medieval Woman is one of the projects in Historia. Rosalie is an experienced re-enactor, collector and author. Her specialist time period is the 14th century, specifically England.
The Janissary Barracks re-enactment group research, study, demonstrate and teach about the life style of the 15th Century Ottoman Empire.
They bring many aspects of the Turkish oriental life style from famous Turkish oil wrestling to Turkish archery, cooking, music, dance and handcrafts to life. facebook.com/groups/1966556033359720/
Museum History Guy is also a part of Historia, an author, re-enactor, experimental archaeologist, miniaturist, martial artist and all round history nerd! He has been active in living history for over 40 years and worked professionally in museum interpretation, education and exhibition for over 20 years. facebook.com/historyguyblog/