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Welcome to Pakenham Scouts Group

Joeys: Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.30 pm
Cubs: Monday Night 6.30pm to 8.00 pm
Scouts: Tuesday 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Venturers: Monday 7.30pm to 9.30pm

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Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1800 SCOUTS

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About our Venturers

Our Venturer Leaders are:

Venturer meetings are each Monday during the school term from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at the Scout hall or elsewhere as stated on the program. We also have combined nights with scouts or other units.

Our Term 1 program will be available shortly. You see view our events on our calendar page.

For adventure, challenge and excitement

Venturer Scouts is for males and females aged 14 to 18 who never turn down a good challenge and love to push themselves to their limits.

Life as a Venturer scout
Venturer Scouts never turn down a challenge, in fact, they make their own! Scaling a 30m rock-face or abseiling into caves may frighten most people but Venturer Scouts face the challenge head on and then go white water kayaking! As a Venturer Scout you’ll work in Units with other Venturer Scouts and your Adult Leaders are always available to provide you with advice, encouragement, and support. As a Venturer Scout you’re given the freedom to choose your own activities, depending on your interests, because we know that you’re most motivated to achieve when you’re passionate about what you do.

Venturer scouts Meetings
Venturer Scout Units meet on a regular basis and Venturer Leaders are simply there to provide adult leadership and support; they act as your Scouting mentors. Unit progress is discussed at meetings, along with how each Unit is turning their goals of the Venturer Program into reality. Socialising is a must and strong bonds are formed through teamwork and a common desire to ensure that everyone becomes the best person they can be. If you’re a Venturer Scout your only limits are the ones that you set for yourself.

What Can I Do in Venturer Scouts?
• Travel overseas on exchange
• Dive the coral reefs
• Gain leadership qualifications and undertake accredited management courses
• Tackle white-water rapids in a kayak
• Study astronomy and meteorology
• Examine the importance of conservation
• Serve the community and understand good citizenship
• Gain first-aid qualifications
• Plan and participate in your own challenging expeditions
• Develop skills in the visual, performing, and literary arts
• Experience personal growth
• Make new friends with similar interests and extend your social life
• Abseil down cliffs, fly planes, hang glide, build bridges,mountain bike across real mountains – the possibilities are endless.


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