Blood On the Southern Cross - Ballarat

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.

Enjoy a two-course pre-show dinner which includes beer, wine and soft drink served at your table.
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.

HIGHLIGHTS: Delicious 2 course dinner with beer and/or wine and a Show; Sound and Light Spetecular; 'Blood on the Southern Cross' is a dramatic story of murder and betrayal; Set under the stars, across a 60-acre set, this spectacular $6 million show runs nightly. Blood On the Southern Cross