Scouts (11-14)

At Scouts, young boys and girls can take part in heaps of activities that will teach important life skills while having fun and keeping active!

Kids will make new friends and take part in exciting group activities such as camping, bushwalking, water sports, cooking, aerial challenges and bushcraft. Scouts is family friendly -- parents and siblings are also encouraged to explore the world of Scouts!

At Scouts, I've made heaps of new friends outside of school. I really look forward to going to the different Scouting activities where we do fun activities like bushwalking

Research shows that children who learn how to negotiate social interaction in the early years are more likely to achieve higher outcomes in education, health and well-being The health of young people is very important and Scouts is a great way to stay fit and healthy while experiencing the Australian outdoors!

Scouts prepare kids for life by building confidence while teaching the value of responsibility. Scouts also learn valuable leadership skills and Scouting allows young boys and girls to give back to their communities. Each Scout has the opportunity to achieve The Australian Scout Medallion before moving onto Venturer Scouts.

There is no better way for children to learn:
Bush skills
Leadership skills
Life skills

I've had the opportunity to try heaps of new things at Scouts, like canoeing and rock climbing, that I wouldn't be able to do anywhere else.

Weekly meetings at your local Scout hall are held to build up skill levels, play games and plan for weekend adventures. The safety of all Scouts is very important which is why there are always Leaders on hand during all activities. All Leaders are trained to make sure Scouts is fun for everyone!

Scouts link to the Venturer section after their 14th Birthday.