A Cub Scout Pack comprises boys and girls aged 7 ½ to 10 years who take off together on an exciting trail to adventure! The well trained volunteer Leaders are known by names taken from the famous story, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.
Cub Scouts get to canoe and sail, visit Fire services and volunteer rescue units, airports, museums and the zoo. They go on camps and bushwalks, and can earn a number of different badges that they can display on their Cub Scout uniform or camp blanket.
These Achievement Badges include sport, boating, cycling, entertaining, gardening, pet care, naturecraft, construction, science, codes and signals, with Specialist Badges for achievements in waterwise, world conservation, local history, faith awareness and 'their service - our heritage' also available.
Cub Scout Meetings
Cub Scouts meet on Tuesday nights (during school terms) from 6.30 to 8.00pm.
The Cub pack generally has 28 youth members and is lead by three Cub Leaders, one Rostered Parent, and a Youth Helper.
Between 10 ½ and 11 years of age the Cubs will complete a "linking process" to move to the Scouting section.