Life as a Scout

Scouts is for boys and girls aged 11 to 14 and is the most well known section of the Scouting Movement – Scouts is where the action is! These ages may vary up to 6 months.

If you are passionate about action then you’re a Scout! Everyday will make your adrenaline rush when you participate in a range of action-packed activities. Whether you’re mastering the art of outdoor safety, participating in amateur radio shows and performing arts productions, or attending the ultimate Scouting adventure of a Jamboree, you’ll learn life-long skills that you can teach your friends.

At Scouts you’ll become a member of a Scout Patrol and your Patrol will work with other Patrols to form a larger Scout Troop. Together you’ll make important decisions, set critical goals, and depend on each other to succeed. And when you do succeed, you can earn achievement badges!

Action is at the core of all Scouting activities. Whether they are tackling a river in a kayak or learning knot tying at a Troop meeting, our program ensures that our Scouts never stand still!

What Can I Do in Scouts?

  • Abseil into limestone caves
  • Navigate the bush lands and challenge yourself in survival camps
  • Take art classes
  • Learn how to build bridges and flying foxes
  • Talk to over 500,000 Scouts across the world on the radio
  • Trek 30km up a mountain and camp at the top
  • Trek 30km up a mountain and camp at the top
  • Take an overnight river trip by canoe
  • Attend the ultimate Scouting adventure of a Jamboree anywhere in Australia or the world!
  • Pursue your hobbies and gain new skills

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Scout Meetings

Scout Troops, which are comprised of several Scout Patrols, usually meet every week to discuss their progress and work towards achieving their goals. Scout meetings consist of team-building activities, playing games, developing specialised skills and knowledge, and planning for weekend adventures and camp-outs. At meetings Troop members share stories and experiences of their recent adventures and offer advice to one another. Scout Leaders teach safety lessons on how to use equipment correctly and inspire their Scouts to be the best individuals and team players that they can be. “Action is at the core of all Scouting activities. Whether they are tackling a river in a kayak or learning knot tying at a Troop meeting, our program ensures that our Scouts never stand still!”

Uniforms

The shirt, belt, scarf and woggle form the uniform (a sunsafe hat is required for daytime) These items can be purchased from The Scout Shop – https://scoutshop.com.au

Around four to six weeks your child will be invested and this is when they will require their uniform
Please note that beige or stone coloured pants are worn on official Scouting events like ANZAC Day Marches etc.

For all your uniform requirements please visit our scouts shop.

Uniforms and Badge Placements

Scout Uniform


Scout Badge Placement

The Scout Uniform consists of the dark blue shirt with the section colour, which is Green, across the sleeve, yoke and collar.

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