Cub Scouts is the second section into Scouts. It’s for boys and girls aged 8 to 11 and it’s all about adventure!
If you enjoy fun, games and learning new skills then you’ll love being a Cub Scout! Life as a Cub Scout is full of adventure and teamwork.
As a member of a patrol, you and your Unit will work together to explore the world. Your Cub Scout Leader will help you along the way and encourage you to participate in Scouting activities. You’ll learn life-long skills and participate in the Cub Scouts Award Scheme and earn badges, make friends and have fun!
Cub Scouts are keen to learn, belong, and have fun, so our activities are designed to stimulate their emotional and adventurous spirits.
Cub Scouts progress to the Scout Section from 11 years of age, with this progression completed by their 12th birthday.
Scouts Australia requires a youth to adult ratio of 8:1 whilst at the Den. We are also seeking parents and/or guardians to volunteer as Leaders or Youth Program Supporters.
Please see our Leaders & Adult Members page for further information. A Blue Card is required (provided free to volunteers).
New Members are requested to email our Leader in Charge prior to attending a meeting night: email@example.com
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