Welcome to the 1st Hazelbrook Scout Group

Scouting is a fun learning environment for young people. Scouts can get involved in leadership, performing arts, community service, amateur radio operation, environmental projects and large-scale Australian events such as Cuborees and Jamborees. Scouts also learn valuable practical skills such as first aid and cooking.

Today’s Scouts can take part in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities and learn traditional Scouting skills such as camping and bushcraft, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, overnight hiking, rafting, canoeing, canyoning, snow activities, rock climbing, sailing and even flying.

Scouts world wide are bound by a promise with three fundamental parts:

        duty to your religious belief,

        duty to other people; and

        duty to one’s self

Participation in Scouting lays a solid foundation on which our youth can build their future. Scouts Australia encourages youth members to develop skills and attitudes which will stand them in good stead throughout the rest of their lives. Our programs are designed to develop initiative, self reliance, leadership, responsibility, respect and consideration for others.

Group Sections

The Scout Group is split into sections to offer Scouts activities and a learning environment appropriate to their age group.

The Joey Mob is open to children aged 5 (attending school full-time) to 8.

The emphasis of the Mob is on fun and friendship, with a gentle introduction to the world of challenges and adventures faced as the Joey Scouts progress through Scouting.
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The Cub Pack is open to children aged 8 to 11.

Cub meetings are a place for Cubs to have fun and play games, learn new skills and meet new friends. Cub Scouts are encouraged to help each other and to help other people in the community.
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The Scout Troop is open to children aged 11 to 15.

Scouts are provided with challenging activities and programs to encourage personal growth, develop leadership skills and build a sense of achievement.
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The Venturer Unit is open to teenagers aged 14½ to 18.

Venturers have the freedom set their own programs and activities with guidance and careful supervision from the leaders. The aim is to develop and enhance leadership and personal development skills.
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Scout Leaders come from all walks of life, from parents of Scouts, to childhood Scouts, to people with no Scouting experience at all. Leaders need to be motivated individuals with a commitment to providing varied, exciting and dynamic programs for our Scout Group.

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The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others.

Robert Baden-Powell

Scout Hall

70 Railway Parade,
Hazelbrook NSW 2779