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Free Fun Home Delivered

06 Jul 2020

Free Fun is a new Scouts SA initiative to provide the community with some 'learning by doing' experiences full of fun and adventure.


Our Chief Commissioner's address re COVID-19 addresses

24 Apr 2020

Listen to our Chief Commissioner, Jan Turbill lead you through our plans to be a stronger organisation on the other side of COVID-19


Scouting From Home

14 Apr 2020

Find out how you can join Scouting, share in some of our awesome activities or discover what your friends have been raving about.


Scouts SA appoints it's 19th Chief Commissioner

02 Apr 2020

Welcome Jan, Farewell Harry! Scouts SA is proud to announce Jan Turbill has been appointed as our 19th Chief Commissioner. Jan succeeds Harry Long who has devoted his life to Scouting and education and has served as our Chief for the last 5 years.


18 June 2020

21 Feb 2020

Chief Commissioner Jan Turbill was invested by our Chief Scout, His Excellency, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia


The Joey Program

 Click here for the current program

We have some very exciting things coming up this term at Joeys!
 Check out the calendar here or ask your Leader for a copy of the term program.

Some of the things we might do include:

Because Scouts learn by doing it is important to get out and do it! Excursions might be to places such as a local aged care home to sing to the residents as part of our helping in the community, visits to the zoo to learn about animals, a trip to the beach to learn about sea creatures, a hike in the national park. The possibilities are endless!

Sometimes Parents or Guardians are needed to come to make sure we have plenty of adults to help and of course, its always nice to see your child having so much fun!

Camping is fun for Joey Scouts and parents! We usually have a theme such as 'Medieval' and dress up, make castles and have a great time while we learn all about out theme.
Camp is a great learning time for Joey Scouts who get the opportunity to sleep in dorms, cabins or tents, For some of the Joeys it will be their first experience camping and the leaders will give plenty of support to Joeys and parents who are unsure about what to do or what to bring.

Have a look in the section 'what Joeys need' to see what you might need but camp lists vary depending on the type of accommodation, the types of activity included and the time of year, for example a camp in dorms will not require a tent and a canoeing camp will require shoes and clothes that can get wet or muddy!
And don't worry, we usually manage to scramble up tents and back packs or other gear so you don't need to go rushing off to the shops at the sight of a camp notice, just ask your leaders if you are unsure about anything and they will be more than happy to help you out.


Group Camp
Joeys Scouts enjoy attending a Group Camp with the other sections of the Group and Leaders. It is a good time for Joeys and parents and the other youth and Leaders of the Group to get together and get to know each other and find out what the other sections do. This is often a special time for going-up ceremonies and the presentation of special awards or badges so that the whole Group can celebrate in each others achievements.


Sleep overs
Sleepovers at the hall are usually a Joey's first introduction to sleeping away from home. A Joey Scout sleep over usually involves a theme and a much longer activity than can take place on the usual meeting night at the hall. Parents are welcome to stay the night at the sleepover but as long as there are enough adults to keep a good adult to Joey ratio, and you and your Joey are comfortable with it, then you don't necessarily need to.

District Events
Often the District will organize with the Joey Leaders to have a District event. This might be a Disco, a sleep over, a camp or a celebration of an event such as Harmony Day or Joeys Birthday. District events are a good way of making friends outside the regular mob meeting and of course, the more Joeys, the more fun!

Branch Events
The Branch also organize events for Joeys to enjoy, these include a Hoporee every two years where all the Joeys in the state camp together and enjoy a huge round of activities for everyone to enjoy.

Joey Zoo Day is another example of a Branch event with all the Joeys attending a day out at the zoo together with a Group picnic and educational activities.