Joeys is for girls and boys 6 to 8 years who love adventure! It is a gentle introduction to the world of scouting. Joeys learn about caring and sharing. They play games, make crafts and learn about nature and the local environment.
We currently are not running a Joey Group, but if you are interested in helping us get one up and running by becoming a voluteer leader please contact us!
Cub Scouts is the second Section of Scouts, for young people aged 8 - 11. It focuses on exploring the outdoors, setting challeges and living an active lifestyle in a safe and friendly environment. Cub Scouts have a lot of fun doing a lot of interesting things! They are introduced to traditional Scouting skills such as tying knots and using a map and compass, and take part in outdoor adventures such as camping, rock climbing, abseiling, bushwalking, sailing, gliding and flying, canoeing, and billy-karting! Cub Scouts also learn valuable life skills such as leadership and taking responsibility for themselves. They are taught the value of citizenship and how to give back to their communities. Each Cub Scout collects special badges to demonstrate their skills and achievements, and has the opportunity to achieve their Grey Wolf Award before moving on to the Scout section.
Hone your outdoor survival skills and gain valuable life experience at Scouts!
Scouts gives teenagers the opportunity to grow and develop with their own responsibilities with the support of their leaders and peers, while having fun and keeping active.
Scouts organise their own activities and adventures which are targeted to develop specific skills and the individuals own interests.Scouts learn essential outdoor safety skills as well as participate in a variety of physical and intellectual challenges.
These activities often demanding a greater level of risk management, giving young people endless opportunities to practice self-sufficiency. Scouts plan their own activities, including cost and transport arrangements, helping them develop their sense of responsibility, independence and problem-solving skills! Scouts focuses on allowing young people to develop their confidence and teaches them how to work as part of a team.
Epic bushwalks and camping expeditions, getting out on the water in a kayak, canoe or sailboat or even going up in a plane on a visit to the Air Activity Centre. Scouting is youth-led and adult-supported, so life as a Scout is always full of excitement!
We currently are not running a Ventuer Group, but if you are interested in helping us get one up and running by becoming a voluteer leader please contact us!
It's your Extreme adventures, real achievements!
Venturer Scouts is a do-it-yourself mix of fun, adventure and personal challenge that brings together like-minded young people aged 14 to 18 from all walks of life.
As a Venturer, you may find yourself exploring wilderness Australia, camping above the snowline or diving on coral reefs. You could be abseiling into a limestone cave or climbing a sheer rock face. Perhaps you’ll learn white water kayaking or ride your mountain bike on an expedition across real mountains. Whatever your challenge, there will be trained and highly experienced adults to guide you through the experience, to teach you the necessary skills and safety techniques. Venturers get the opportunity to travel overseas and to organised activities, to live with a different community to provide service to others. A young person must have had their 14th birthday prior to commencing in the Venturer Scout Section. Youth are able to commence their progression to the Rover Section any time within six months prior to their 18th birthday. Progression to Rovers cannot take place until the Venturer Scout turns 18.