Event Details

GWS Region Cub Camp (Cuborette) 'Around the World'

Fri 5th Apr 2019 (4pm) to Sun 7th Apr 2019 (2pm)
Camp Ku-Ring-Gai Activity Centre
Holmes Drive, Cumberland Reach
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Cub Scout (Camping & activity fee) ($50.00)
Day Worker ($20.00)
Leaders (Camping fee) ($20.00)
Parent Helpers (Camping fee) ($20.00)
Scout/Venturer/Youth Helper (Camping fee) ($20.00)
Day Visitor (Free)
Open: Sun 3rd Feb 2019 (10pm)
Close: Sun 24th Mar 2019 (5pm)
Brief Summary:
The Region Cub Scout Youth Council have decided they want to have a Region Cub Camp, they also decided to call it Cuborette. They then decided on the theme and camping arrangements. They have an exciting two night camp for Cub Scouts, camping in tents in District super Packs, with fun and adventurous activities including the Rock Climbing, Canoeing, Circus plus much more planned. This is an ideal camping experience for Cubs in preparation for Cuboree being held in Jan 2020.
E-Permission Activated
Additional Information

Applications for GWS Region Cub Camp (Cuborette) have now closed. For any questions or concerns, please contact the event co-ordinators.

‘Around the World'


Camp Ku-Ring-Gai, Holmes Drive, Cumberland Reach


5th – 7th April 2019 

Packs can move in from 5pm evening of 5th April, or if preferred, from 8am of the 6th April.


Cub Scouts $50 (Camping & Activity fee), Leaders/Scouts/Venturers/Patent Helpers $20  (Camping fee). Please note that these costs do not include catering, which will be a separate cost and will be communicated by your sub-camp leader once the event applications have closed.


Registrations will be via the GWS Event Management System (EMS), opening Friday 4th February 2019.  Cub Leaders can do a bulk registration for the Pack, this will then send an email to parents with a link to go on and complete the E-Permission (E1). There is no paper E1.


Each Pack to be self-catering.  Each District/super pack to do their own menu, shopping and cooking. Costs will be in addition to the camping fee and will be payable to your Cub Leader.


Will be in District/super packs made up of up to 36 Cubs, up to 6 Leaders and up to 3 Cooks (and carers if required).

Activity Leaders, Service leaders, Junior Service Leaders (Scouts and Venturers) and additional parent helpers will be camping and eating in a separate Leader area.


According to new legislation, all Adults (over 18) who volunteer on overnight camps are now required to hold a WWCC. In Scouts NSW, this applies to parents and guardians of Youth Members who provide assistance and attend overnight Scouting activities with their children.

To comply with the legislative changes, all adults (including parents and guardians) attending Cuborette are required to:

1. Obtain a WWCC; and

2. Complete an Adult Helper Application Form (A2).

For further information (Q&A's) and to complete your online A2 form, visit the below link: