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Welcome to Canberra Beyond the Sunset! The Page is still under construction as new venues are being added.

More details about Canberra and its games can be found in the 1.0 and our 2.0 DSS

Domain Staff

For all 'Out of Character' or real world enquiries contact our Domain Coordinator. All game related enquiries should be directed to the Domain Storyteller, who will either assist you directly or put you in touch with the appropriate Venue Storyteller.

Domain Coordinator (DC): Emma Leahy
Domain Storyteller (DST): Tim Smith

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The World of Darkness

Canberra Apocalypse Werewolf: the Apocalypse
VST: Evan Griffiths
VC: Emma Leahy
Third Saturday of the Month (12:00-16:30)
Canberra Requiem CofD Vampire: the Requiem CofD
VST: Kristine Hertel
VC: Andrew Hunt
3rd Saturday of the month - (18:00 - 22.30)

Do you remember your parents telling you there is nothing under your bed? They were wrong. Did you ever worry you were being followed but you convinced yourself it was all in your mind? You were wrong. Things DO go bump in the night...

The World of Darkness is a world of Gothic Horror where lying and stealing will be the least of your worries by the end of the night. It explores vice and virtue in a cruel world. It tests the unknown and supernatural. It delves into madness and mayhem. All while keeping up the pretense that everything is normal and serene.

The Games

Below is the list of games played in Canberra in the BtS club. Note that games are currently undergoing a reboot and will be introduced month by month.

More general information can be found on the nWoD Genres on the sidebar on the left, or by clicking the links in the description.

Third Saturday Games

Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Venue Coordinator: Rene Leahy (Acting)

Venue Storyteller: Evan Griffiths

Find out more about the genre here!

Requiem CofD

Venue Coordinator: Andrew Hunt

Venue Storyteller: Kristine Hertel

Find out more about the genre here!

News Stories

Canberra oWoD News Stories

Canberra CofD News Stories

The Venue

At present, all the games in Canberra are held at the Garran Scouts Hall

Garran Scout's Hall

123 Kitchener Street

Garran ACT


Out of Character Game rules

The most important rules will be outlined below, the rest will be explained at the games themselves by either the VC's or the DC.

No Alcohol or Illicit Drugs. Anyone who is intoxicated at the game will be asked by the VC/DC to leave the venue and will not be allowed to play in the game. Obviously prescribed medications are permitted, we will ask that you take these in the Out of Character area though.

No Touching. We have a strict no touching policy in Beyond the Sunset. No one is to touch another person at all with one exception. Permission may be given by individuals at the game, which must be stated aloud and clearly. If you are in doubt it's simple don't touch. Rough Housing or inappropriate touching is never acceptable and will not be tolerated.

If you have any queries about these or any other rules please do not hesitate to contact the VC/DC for further Clarification.


After each game, many of the players get together to talk about the game, catch up, and generally hang out and have fun after being at each other's throats all night. This is a great way to meet new people, tell everyone how good (or bad) your character is, maybe recruit for a table top game you'd like to run and most importantly unwind in a non-threatening or intense setting.

Afters normally occur at a pub or club based on the general consensus of the membership. Obviously the no drinking rule no longer applies as the game/s will have finished. When you're at the game, be sure to ask the Venue Coordinator where the Post-Game Gathering is happening.