What is Scouting?
Scouting is a growing world wide youth movement with over 25 million members, 7000 of those in SA.
Scouting is about helping young people being the best they can be. Developing all facets of life so they can grow to become constructive citizens in their communities.
Fun, challenge, adventure and lifelong friendships await those girls and boys, men and women who join Scouts.
Learning life skills, growing in self confidence and gaining valuable leadership and team skills are all part of the Scout program.
Our program is delivered by Nationally accredited trained leaders in safe, but still adventurous, environments.
Young males and females can progress through the five Scouting sections – Joey Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturer Scouts and Rovers or can start in any section depending on their ages.
Scouts meet in Scout Groups found all over the state and for those that meet in isolated and remote parts of the State we have the Lone Scouts Group who meet via the internet and correspond in many different ways.
Read further at the links below or enquire here to visit your nearest group to discover all that Scouts can offer you and your family.