Scouting is typically known for its camping, pioneering and bushcraft. Yes, they form part of our traditional Scouting skills, but there is more to Scouting than that.

Scouts are do-ers…
…and give-it-a-go-ers.

We question and listen and form wide open minds. We start small and think big. We plan. Then do. Then review. We get back up and try again. We think about what’s next. We dare to do new things. We jump in, get muddy, give back, get set and go.

Today’s Scouts live and breathe adventure. They lead, assist and participate in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, from overnight hikes and bushwalks, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, rafting, canoeing, canyoning, snow activities, rock climbing, water skiing, mountain biking, caving, abseiling, normal sailing and even flying a plane!

Our Scouts also have opportunities to get involved in performing arts, leadership development, community service, amateur radio operation, environmental projects, interacting with different faiths and cultures, large-scale events such as Cuborees, Jamborees and Ventures, international events, and service projects in developing countries.

Regardless of who you are and what your idea of adventure is, there’s an adventure waiting for you at Scouts. And we’ll help you find it.