Life as a Cub Scout

Cub Scouts is the second section into Scouts. It’s for boys and girls aged 8 to 10 and it’s all about adventure! These ages may vary up to 6 months. If you enjoy fun, games and learning new skills then you’ll love being a Cub Scout! Life as a Cub Scout is full of adventure and teamwork. As a member of a ‘Six’ you and your Pack will work together to explore the world. Your Cub Scout Leader will help you along the way and encourage you to participate in Scouting activities. You’ll learn life-long skills and participate in the Cub Scouts Award Scheme and earn badges, make friends and have fun! Cub Scouts are keen to learn, belong, and have fun, so our activities are designed to stimulate their emotional and adventurous spirits.

“Cub Scouts are keen to learn, belong, and have fun, so our activities are designed to stimulate their emotional and adventurous spirits.”

Tim Gibbings

Branch Commissioner Cub Scouts

Ready to Join in 2 Easy Steps

Step 1. Use the Group locator to find your local Scout Group

Step 2. Fill in our contact form or give us a call

What Can I Do in Cub Scouts?

  • Enjoy bush walks
  • Learn water-safety skills
  • Orienteer and learn to read maps and compasses
  • Perform team activities and meet individual challenges
  • Go camping with your friends
  • Learn about First Aid
  • Play imaginative games
  • Be a part of exciting team relays
  • Perform in plays and skits
  • Show your creativity in art and craft sessions
  • Learn practical skills like knots and construction
  • Discover our environment
  • Play imaginative games

Be Prepared for New Adventure

Cub Scout Meetings
Cub Scout Packs usually meet once a week at their local Scout or community hall. The trained Cub Scout Leader and their assistants are in charge of ensuring that the Cub Scouts work well together and challenge themselves to do their best, while also meeting the development program goals for the week. The Leaders encourage their Cubs to use their imaginations and foster their creative and mental abilities. Cub Scout meetings are full of energy and fun and our Cubs go home with the confidence and the abilities to face whatever challenges or goals they set for themselves. “Cub Scouts are keen to learn, belong, and have fun, so our activities are designed to stimulate their emotional and adventurous spirits.”
Uniforms
The shirt, belt, scarf and woggle form the uniform (a sunsafe hat is required for daytime) These items can be purchased from The Scout Shop – https://scoutshop.com.au Around four to six weeks your child will be invested and this is when they will require their uniform Please note that beige or stone coloured pants are worn on official Scouting events like ANZAC Day Marches etc. For all your uniform requirements please visit our scouts shop.
Uniforms and Badge Placement
Cub Scout Uniform Cub Badge Placement The Cub Scout Uniform consists of the dark blue shirt with the section colour, which is Yellow, across the sleeve, yoke and collar.

To find out where your local Scout Group is located please click the link below. Complete the enquiry form and we will contact you with details for your local Scout Group. https://scoutsqld.com.au/group-locator/