About Rover Scouts

Rover Scouts is open to young adults aged 18 to 25 years. Anyone can become a Rover Scout – there’s no need to have any previous involvement with Scouting, or any outdoor activities experience.

Rover Scouts provides great opportunities for fun, adventure, exploration and service. Rover Scouts might find themselves planning a simple weekend camping trip or helping to organise an event involving thousands of people. They also have the opportunity to earn a variety of qualifications in Business and Leadership through the Scouts Australia Institute of Training.

A group of Rovers is known as a “Rover Scout Unit”. Rover Scout Units can be comprised of members from your local area, town, city or further afield. Each Rover Scout Unit is unique so you can find a group that shares your interests from bush walking, canoeing, sailing, caving, ski-touring, canyoning, four-wheel driving, rock climbing and more!

Joining a Rover Scout Unit is the key to the experience of a lifetime and a great way to ensure you maintain a healthy balance between work/study and play. Most importantly, it will allow you to develop valuable life skills in an atmosphere of fun and adventure. No other leisure time activity offers as much.

Take the plunge – try Rover Scouts!

Young adults must have had their 18th birthday prior to commencing in this section. Members reach the end of the Scout Youth Program, and will leave the Section, no later than their 26th birthday.

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    Scouts takes child safety seriously

    Scouts takes child safety seriously

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