Extreme adventures, real achievements!
Venturer Scouts is a do-it-yourself mix of fun, adventure and personal challenge that brings together like-minded young people aged 14 to 17 from all walks of life.
As a Venturer, you may find yourself exploring wilderness Australia, camping above the snowline or diving on coral reefs. You could be abseiling into a limestone cave or climbing a sheer rock face. Perhaps you’ll learn white water kayaking or ride your mountain bike on an expedition across real mountains.
Whatever your challenge, there will be trained and highly experienced adults to guide you through the experience, to teach you the necessary skills and safety techniques. Venturers get the opportunity to travel overseas and to organised activities, to live with a different community to provide service to others.
A young person must have had their 14th birthday to prior to commencing in the Venturer Scout Section. Youth are able to commence their progression to the Rover Scout Section any time within six months prior to their 18th birthday. Progression to the Rover Scout Section cannot take place until the Venturer Scout turns 18.
Queen's Scout Award
Venturer Scouts have the opportunity to earn nationally recognised vocational qualifications in business, leadership and outdoor recreation skills. The Peak Award (the Queens Scout) can be achieved by completing requirements in
Leadership Development and
Where is Venturers Held?
Hume Region has Group alligned Venturer Units in Bargo, Cabarita Mortlake, Campbelltown (Special Needs Scouting), Canley Heights, Chipping Norton, Concord, Liverpool, Mittagong, Sefton, Smithfield (Homenetmen Navasart), Wattle Grove and Yaralla (Sea Scouts)
We also have 2 District Units :
Macarthur Unit is located at Macquarie Fields supporting the Macarthur scouting District
Razorback Unit is located at Elderslie supporting the Nepean scouting District
“As a Venturer, I get involved in so many fun, diverse activities. My friends can hardly believe some of the adventures I get to go on!”