Hone your outdoor survival skills and gain valuable life experience at Scouts!

Scouts is the third section of Scouting, for boys and girls aged 11-14 years. It gives young people the opportunity to take part in a range of activities that teach important life skills - while having fun and keeping active!

Scouts focuses on allowing young people to develop their confidence and teaches them how to work as part of a team. Scouts learn essential outdoor safety skills as well as participate in a variety of physical and intellectual challenges. The programs are designed to target each young person's own special interests, encouraging them to enjoy their favourite hobbies using meaningful badges and awards.

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 are just some of the adventures Scouts get up to!


“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.”

Learning Life Skills

In Scouts, young people learn:

  • Independent thinking
  • Social interaction
  • Leadership skills
  • Problem solving
  • Responsible risk taking

Girls and boys are equally involved.




  • Scouts takes child safety seriously

    Scouts takes child safety seriously

    Scouts takes child safety seriously

    Read more about our CHILD SAFETY policies

    Whats Next?


    Whats Next?