Welcome to Central Coast Region

Central Coast Region is part of Scouts Australia, Queensland Branch. Central Coast Region currently has a total of 14 Scout Groups and extends from Bowen in the north to Miriam Vale, approximately 70km south of Gladstone.

The following Districts are in the Central Coast Region

  • Hibiscus Coast District
  • Capricorn District
  • Port Curtis District

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    ❓Are you a leader who wants to register for LEAP24, but doesn't know what role to do?🔎 Well, #NorthLEAP needs YOU! It takes a lot of people to succesfully run an event the scale of NorthLEAP, and they're currently looking for people to take on the following roles:----------------------------📋 PROGRAM MANAGERSomeone to take a supervisory role overseeing the existing program structure. The activities are already in place, with a manager in charge of each specific activity, so you will be help guide these people in the smooth operation of these programs. You will report directly to the Camp Chief.🚌 TRANSPORT COORDINATORIt takes some logistics to get everyone to the correct offsite activity on time, so this person will take charge of managing the buses required to get our participants where they need to go. You will report to the Sites and Services Officer.🍽 CATERING COORDINATORWhile patrols are self catered, our valiant leaders also need to be kept fed. This person will manage the menu for the leader subcamp. This will include shopping, rostering volunteers to assist with meals, and overseeing the meal prep and cooking. You will report to the Sites and Services Officer.🔦 SECURITY COORDINATORAn upside to a bush campsite is it's out of the way enough to be a safe location as it is. However, parents will sleep tight knowing there is still someone monitoring the security of Tarmaroo. This person will make sure that both people and vehicles who aren't meant to be onsite, do not come onsite. You will report to the Sites and Services Officer.📌 These roles will need to be onsite for the duration of the camp. If you are interested in one of these roles, register today, and select the role when entering your job preferences. register.scoutsqld.com.au#LEAP24 #AdventureAwaits #Volunteers ... See MoreSee Less
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    😞 Missed out on AJ 2025 - 26th Australian Jamboree?❗While it might be disappointing, it's not all bad news. Applications for both #NorthLEAP and #SouthLEAP are still open, and they won't be closing until the end of the month!🤸‍♂️ Whether you're registered for AJ 2025 or not, LEAP24 is going to be a fantastic time, to either prepare you for the national Jamboree, or even just give you a week of experiences and memories.Don't miss out! Apply now! register.scoutsqld.com.au#LEAP24 #AdventureAwaits 📸 LEAP23 South ... See MoreSee Less
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    ⏳ Only 1 DAY left to make your dreams of adventure a reality at AJ 2025 - 26th Australian Jamboree! ☀️ Don’t let this opportunity slip away – secure your spot or complete your application NOW before they close! Join us for an incredible journey filled with friendship, fun, and memories that will last a lifetime. 🔗 Head to AJ2025.com.au to sign up TODAY! #AJ2025 #LastChance #yourquestyourway #scouts #jamboree #queensland #Australia ... See MoreSee Less
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    “Try to leave this world a little better than you found it”

    Robert Baden Powell

    Founder of Scouts



    Membership Numbers – 2019-20 Q1

    The total number of youth members in the region as at the end of June 2019 was 537 comprising of 65 Joey Scouts, 228 Cub Scouts, 190 Scouts, 67 Venturer Scouts and 23 Rover Scouts. This count is up 9.4% since 01 April 2019.

    C4, C5 and F31 Forms

    C4 - Parent Consent - Camp / Outdoor Activity The C4 (Parent Consent Form) is required any time a section activity (excluding Rover Section) is going to be held away from the den. Examples of this are (but not limited to) camps, visits to a location (e.g. fire...

    Mandatory e-Learning Modules

    All Adult Members (leaders, Group Support Committee members, youth program supporters etc.) are required to complete the mandatory e-Learning module “Child Safe Scouting” and “WHS for Scouting”.

    2018-2019 Final Membership Numbers

    The total number of youth members in the region as at the end of March 2019 was 527 comprising of 54 Joey Scouts, 213 Cub Scouts, 170 Scouts, 66 Venturer Scouts and 24 Rover Scouts. This count is down -8.8% since 01 April 2018.

    Scouts Queensland engages and inspires young Australians to develop confidence, resilience and leadership.

    Why Join Scouts?

    Scouting is the biggest and most successful youth organisation in Australia.

    Approximately 15,000 boys, girls and adults in Queensland from various cultural or religious backgrounds and with varying abilities, participate in all aspects of Scouting.

    Scouts are in every part of our community.

    The Scout Movement is comprised of sections developed around the age of the young people.

    Did you know that we have fantastic campsites open to the public?


    It’s great to find activities where the whole family can get involved.


    Children and young people have the right to be emotionally and physically safe at all times. This document details the policy and procedures of Scouts Queensland, which are designed to ensure, that as far as is possible, our volunteers, leaders, and members may enjoy the Scout program in the safest and most secure environment.



    Be Prepared for New Adventure