Sovereign Hill - Blood on the Southern Cross - Show Only



- The exciting 90 minute night-time 'Sound and Light' spectacular, based on the story of the Eureka Rebellion in December 1854.

Not Included:
- Dinner.
- Entry to Sovereign.


On Request


Adults: A$60

Children: A$32


Situated in the historic city of Ballarat, Sovereign Hill is a recreated goldfields township representing life in Ballarat during the 1850s. It can be easily accessed by car, or by train and tour coach services which operate daily from Melbourne. The 25-hectare site offers a range of visitor facilities. Sovereign Hill is focused very much on the 21st century.

Full Itinerary:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR18:
Blood on the Southern Cross' is an explosive multi-million dollar sound-and-light show like nothing you've ever seen before!
The story of the Eureka Rebellion, a dramatic battle between gold miners and Government forces at Ballarat on 3 December, 1854, is retold nightly by Blood on the Southern Cross', Sovereign Hill's acclaimed sound-and-light spectacular.
Set under the night skies at Sovereign Hill, Blood on the Southern Cross' involves no actors just voices, dazzling sound-and-light effects and a stunning open-air set. Visitors travel across the site on a comfortable transporter and view much of the action from the re-created Free Trade Hotel on the Eureka Diggings.
Experience the miners' disgust at unfair gold taxes and witness the dramatic burning of the Eureka Hotel. Then, listen to Governor Hotham's reasoning for a dawn attack on a band of men who were the first to swear an oath of loyalty on Australian soil to a flag that was not British the flag of the Southern Cross.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR16-31MAR18:
Infant: 0-4 years inclusive - enter free of charge when travelling with adults.
Child: 5-15 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Important Information:


On Request