I have just posted a few images of the History Alive Open Day, at Fort Lytton Brisbane. My sister and her family happened to come come across the show whilst driving on the weekend. She has just sent through the images of the Napoleonic reenactment group - I don't recall in my history lessons Australia being invaded by the French, but here they are? Might have made things interesting if they did though. Anyway from the look of the uniforms they seem spot on - some Grenadiers in the 1812-15 uniforms and also I think one of the Irish Legion boys made it over as well but in the earlier uniform. I am hoping that my sister sends through a few more images as apparently they had a little battle around the fort with a few of the local garrison troops, but we might just have to wait and see.
Update on Matts information from the guys actually there (thanks guys):
The units involved were from Brisbane and NSW and there were representatives from:3 Co, Liebbattalion, Brunswick Infantry (Brisbane)40th Foot (Brisbane)Young Guard (Brisbane)73rd (NSW)Society of Sail (Brisbane)RIFF(Brisbane)
And from the Black Duke:
The pictures you have are of the Brisbane based Black Brunswickers with the exception of Will Lincoln of the the Regiment Irlandis based in Sydney. None of us are members of the 21st eme although we know a few of them. We are currently running two projects. The First is the 1813-1815 Bardin regulation Young guard tirraileur unit. These are the guts with the blue lapels . The other unit that is still in need of proper head gear and some kit id the grenadier company of the 3rd regiment 3rd battalion.
More photos can be found here at: