Scouts Australia has eight Contingents traveling overseas in the next two years, and applications are either open now or about to open! To learn more about what they are, where they are going, cost and age requirements, click here to go to the Scouts Australia International Website, or to apply directly online, go to the International Event Registrations Website - OLEMS.
When traveling outside Australia and not part of an Official Contingent, the International Letter of Introduction is your only official Scout credentials to prove that you are a member of Scouts Australia. Valid for up to 12 months, this document is available for free on submitting a T3 Form (available on MyScout).
Applications must be completed and submitted to email@example.com no less than 6 weeks before departing Australia. Incomplete applications will be returned.
Successful applicants are able to purchase an International Scarf for $25 direct from the International Team (this is not available from the Scout Shop).
Possession of this means that a member is a current financial member of Scouting, and in good standing with the organisation.
In 2018, the process where applying for this document will change. More information in late 2017.
Keen to get involved with the annual Jamboree-On-The-Air and Jamboree-On-The-Internet for? There are a range of services that you can get involved with - like IRC, Discord, TeamSpeak, Minecraft, and much more.
Are you looking for a Scout Penpal from somewhere around the world? Penpals are a great way to do badge work, make new friends, and learn about Scouting globally! Leaders can register fro their sections, and youth can register for themselves! If you have any questions about the Penpal program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Keen to start planning your own visit to one of the dozens of Scout Centres around the world? Thinking about planning a trip to a national Jamboree in France, or a camp at Philmont Scout Ranch in the United States? The International Team is here to help you plan your next getaway, and can help with paperwork and more.
International Scouting Locations include:
Venturer Scouts are able to challenge themselves to travel overseas on a student exchange, and in turn be a host for the Scout that they stay with - in either the UK, Japan, Denmark and Indonesia. To travel overseas, Venturer Scouts must host an overseas Venturer Scout first.