Scouting provides young people with fun and challenging opportunities to grow through adventure. It is separated into aged based sections, all of which are focused on developing:
- self respect
- environmental awareness
- community involvement
It’s a program that is based on over a century of Scouting experience from around the world, updated for today. It opens up a world away from screens and it offers experiences that last a lifetime.
“I owe a lot to Scouting. It had to be the most fantastic influence on my life. It taught me responsible risk-taking.” Dick Smith
At 9th Oakleigh, you can join Joeys (6-8), Cub Scout (8-10) or Scouts (10-14) groups.
You can find out more about “The Spirit of Adventure” program for Cubs and the “Be Prepared for Action and Adventure” program for Scouts.
9th Oakleigh offers an active, varied program with lots of outdoor activities, including sailing, canoeing, kayaking and rafting as well as hiking and camping. You can read more about the program and recent achievements at 9th Oakleigh.
Scouting welcomes everyone and is free of any cultural, religious, racial, political or gender barriers. Worldwide Scouting has over 40 million members in 161 countries. Find out how to join the adventure.