Joeys will particpate in a range of activities including Bug Surveys, Low Ropes Course, Blindfold Maze, Compass Nature walk as well as other environemental games and activtiies.
While leaders will be present at the camp, each Joey Scout must have 1 carer attend the camp with them. This carer will need to apply alongside the Joey Scout when completing this applications and have a cleared adult helper form (A2) lodged with Scouts Australia NSW. (This form is available from https://www.nsw.scouts.com.au/become-an-adult-helper/ or speak to your Group Leader for more information.)
The camp is fully catered from Saturday Morining Tea to Sunday Afternoon Tea.
Accomodation is in shared Bunk Rooms with Joeys and parents sharing a room. While we will do our best to keep dorms gender specific, we may need to mix some dorms to fit everyone in. If this is a problem, please contact us and we will do our best to accomodate you.
Bunks are limtied in number are on a first come first service basis. Once the bunks are full, families will be required to camp. Families can choose this option up front by contacting us.
Unfortunatly, due to limited leaders and supervision requriements, we are unable to accept siblings on this years camp unless they are a Scout over the age of 13 or Venturer Scout who wish to volunteer thier time as a Youth Service Leader.
Youth Service Leaders
Youth Service Leaders will be camping in patrols and assist in the running of the camp by helping out with activities, catering, sites and general duties. Youth Service Leaders will be supervised and can use the time spent at the camp towards their own award schemes.
Participants are required to arrange their own transport to and from the event. As there is limited parking, cars may not be able to be moved while the event is in progress.
For further information, please contact your Joey Leader in the first instance or Jodie Shaw (District Joey Scout Leader) on email@example.com.
A gear list and acceptance letter will be provdied once applciations have closed.