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The South Coast and Tablelands Scouting Region stretches from Helensburgh in the North to the Victorian Border in the South, and incorporates areas West to Goulburn, Queanbeyan and Jindabyne.

When we say ‘adventure’, we’re not just talking about the awesome range of outdoor activities that Scouts offers! In fact, ‘adventure’ can mean any exciting, novel or unusual experience, and Scouts offers such a huge range of opportunities that there’s always something new to try. And you can join at any age from 6 upwards!

Scouts are separated into age-based Sections – Joey Scouts (6-8), Cub Scouts (7.5-11), Scouts (10.5-15), Venturer Scouts (14.5-18) and Rover Scouts (18-25), with each Section taking more responsibility for their own activities as they progress. All Sections share a steady diet of self-respect, confidence, leadership, teamwork, creativity, environmental awareness and community involvement, and there are plenty of events and activities in which everyone can get involved together.

Scouts couldn’t provide such amazing experiences for young people without a huge group of dedicated and enthusiastic adult volunteers. If you’re aged 18 or over, why not contact your local Group and find out how you can rediscover adventure too? It doesn’t matter if you’ve never been a Scout… we’ll teach you everything you need to know!

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3 weeks ago

SC&T Region Scouts

Regos Close Friday!
We're Very excited for Weekend Wide Game next weekend, Here's our badge design for this year's WWG South!
Don't miss out!
events.nsw.scouts.com.au/event/1614
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3 weeks ago

SC&T Region Scouts

Over the weekend (May 4th - 5th), South Coast and Tablelands ran a Scout Leadership course at Heathcote Scout Camp. It was attended by 30 Scouts, mostly from the Keirawarra and Illawarra South districts.

Although it was a wet weekend, the Scouts did well, moving through the 12 bases across Saturday/Sunday. Each base focused on an element of leadership, and the Scouts completed a wide range of activities such as putting up a tent blind-folded, learning about risk assessments, constructing a nest of straws for an egg drop, learning about communication, learning/teaching knots, understanding and managing bullying, learning how to be confident etc.

Attaching some photos of the weekend, as well as a video clip of the winning "egg drop" - this was a base where Scouts needed to design and construct a nest made of paper straws. They had 50 straws and 20 minutes. Only one patrol managed to have the egg land safely in the nest, and not break.

Completing a Leadership Course is a requirement for youth wanting to achieve their peak award - the Australian Scout Award.

Well done Scouts - B-R-A-V-O.
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4 weeks ago

SC&T Region Scouts

Register for “Weekend Wide Game and the Silly South” by Friday 10th May 2024!

events.nsw.scouts.com.au/event/1614
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