Re-enact SA

South Australian Military Reenacment Group

Community Engagement

Re-enact SA prides itself on actively participating in numerous community engagement activities including public displays, ceremonial events, fundraising activities, and educational programs. Willing participants volunteer their time to further public education and awareness of the sacrifices made by soldiers and civilians of all nations during both World Wars.

Schools Program

Re-enact SA has engaged in numerous educational displays where students can feel and wear uniforms and field equipment, experience the food and living conditions of the common WW1 and WW2 soldier. It is our goal to keep the memory of our service men and women alive through educational opportunities.The feedback from our program has been positive and is encouraging us to continue to develop this scheme.

Henley Primary

Hosted at Fort Glanville, a big thanks to those guys for supporting us.

Saint Andrew's and Walkerville Primary

Hosted with thanks at the Walkerville RSL.


Fundraising - Night the Light 2015

Re-enact SA got together to raise $2,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation and support good friend of the club Di with her battle.


Ceremonial Displays

RSA participates in annual events such as Remembrance Day at Centennial Park, and one off commemorative events such as memorial launches and dedications.

Williamstown RSL memorial opening

Remembrance Day at Centennial Park (annually)

Macclesfield Memorial Launch



Public Displays

Raising the First Contingent - 100th anniversary - 2014 

Formed in South Australia in 1914, the 10th Battalion trained at Morphettville Racecourse before being sent over to join the fight in Gallipoli and later the Western Front. With help from a grant from the Department of Veterans affairs and other clubs from around Australia, Re-enact SA set out to commemorate the 100th anniversary by re-creating the recruitment camp that was at the racecourse and provide participants and the public an opportunity for what it would have been like for the young lads who eagerly signed up at the outbreak of war.


On the final day, the group marched down Anzac Highway to Glenelg lead by full military marching band. The march to Glenelg was common training for the troops. Here a ceremony was held attended by the Governor and other distinguished guests in Moseley square.




Jamestown Air Show - 2009/2012 

RSA provided a WWII camp, ground troops and some vehicles for the Jamestown air show finale spectacular featuring aircraft and awesome pyro-technics from Explosive Effects.




Festival of History - 2013

RSA put on a WWII display set in North Africa, with the Commonwealth forces storming a German pill box. The festival had attendees from all over Australia with a wide variety of eras represented and included a parade down the main street with all participants.



 Apsley - 2015

Teaming up with 3rd Light Horse Regiment Naracoorte and Barossa Light horse to put on a WW1 display and street parade for "Apsley Alive".