Scouting in South Australia

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Scouting in South Australia in the branch of Scouts Australia in the State of South Australia. It started in 1908 soon after the foundation of Scouting in the United Kingdom.

There are 18 Scouting Districts in South Australia:-

  • Ardtornish
  • Barossa Light & Stanley
  • City of Salisbury
  • Eastern
  • Eyre
  • Fleurieu
  • Highlands
  • Noarlunga
  • North Western
  • Onkaparinga
  • Playford
  • Riverland
  • South East
  • Southern Flinders
  • Sturt
  • Whyalla
  • Yorke Peninsula

plus Lone Scouts - for youth too far away from a regular meeting place

Facilities

Rovering in SA

South Australia has a small but active Rover branch. There currently are 11 crews which run programs at both a crew and branch level.[4]

References

  1. Woodhouse Activity Centre Retrieved on 11/2/07
  2. Woodhouse Acitivity Centre, Accommodation (Seeonee Hills)
  3. Roonka Water Activity Centre Retrieved on 11/2/07
  4. South Australian Rovers - Crews Retrieved on 11/2/07

External links

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