Cub Scouts get into heaps of seriously exciting indoor and outdoor activities designed to foster friendship, teamwork and self confidence whilst having awesome fun.
There are outdoor adventures like rock climbing, abseiling, camping, bushwalking, canoeing, sailing, gliding and flying, and billy-karting. You can learn traditional Scouting skills such as tying knots and navigating using a map and compass. You’ll play games, help others to ‘do their best’, and learn what to do in an emergency. You’ll visit exciting places and may even have the opportunity to attend a State Cuboree.
For a more detailed introduction to Cub Scouts please visit the Scouting Australia Website.
Cub Scout Badges & Awards
Badges available under the Cub Scout Award Scheme are designed to develop skills, awareness, and self confidence whilst challenging Cubs to be their best. Visit the following link for full details about the Cub Scout Award Scheme.
Cub Scouts meet once a week at our Scout Hall, 55 McCracken Street Kensington, (see location map). Meetings are not held during school holidays. Meetings Tuesday 6:30pm – 8:00pm.
Minimal annual fees are payable as well as costs associated with the uniform and occasional camps and other excursions.
The official uniform consists of a shirt, scarf and woggle. The Cub Scout shirt is yellow and blue and must be purchased by each member. At 6th Melbourne we will supply the first scarf and woggle on investiture.
Badges need to be placed in the correct location on uniforms. A guide to badge placement can be downloaded here (PDF).
Children are welcome to come and see what Cub Scouts is all about before they commit. If you are interested please contact our Group Leader.
If your child has an allergy or asthma the leaders need to be aware of please complete the relevant Allergy/Asthma Action Plan, found in our forms, and ensure the leader is given this.