We look forward to welcoming you to the Abbey Medieval Banquet


Information about the Abbey Medieval Banquet:

Times: The Banquet doors will open at 5:45pm and the event is scheduled to conclude around 10:30pm
Seating: Please pay attention to your seating. Due to specific catering and dietary requests which are now locked in, there will be strictly no swapping of seats.
Dietary: All dietary requests have now been locked in with catering, no further changes can be accommodated.
Bar: The bar will accept cash and has EFTPOS facilities. The Banquet is a licenced event, no BYO alcohol.
Meals: Prepare for an epic feast. Bring an appetite worthy of a King or Queen!
Accessibility: Please review our website for our latest accessibility guide and information for your convenience.
Costuming: You are invited to wear your grandest medieval attire. This is optional. For comfort and safety please leave weapons at home.
Smoking or Vaping: Strictly prohibited. Please use designated smoking areas.
Parking: Thy carriage may be set upon the grounds, giving forth the directions to your driver or Sir GPS to
The Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology 1-63 The Abbey Place, Caboolture, 4510
Follow the road markers upon arrival to divert your carriage to its holding area.

In purchasing tickets you agree to the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology’s Terms and Conditions.


Our facilities and staff will be well equipped to create the safest possible environment to minimise any possible risk of Covid-19 transmission.

Please stay at home if you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19; such as a headache, fever, cough or sore throat. If you have been diagnosed with Covid-19, please stay home until you have completed your isolation period and are no longer experiencing symptoms. Please use the hand sanitiser stations provided or wash your hands with soap and water regularly. Please practise good hygiene, this includes coughing and sneezing into your elbow, away from others. If at any point during the event you begin to feel unwell, please immediately advise the closest staff member.