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Campwest 2020

Held every three years, Campwest is an epic adventure for Western Australian Scouts. For Scouts planning on attending the next Australian Jamboree in January 2022, Campwest is the best way to ensure you’re well prepared.

Key Information

Campwest 2020 will be held from Saturday 26 September 2020 till Saturday 3 October 2020.

The approximate cost of the event will be $530 for Scouts and $260 for Venturers, Rovers, Leaders and Adult Supporters.

Design Squad

Planning for Campwest 2020 has begun and we need young people to get involved! The Design Squad will create and test ideas for Campwest 2020. Members of the Design Squad will help create the following elements of Campwest 2020:

  • Event theme and logo
  • Onsite and offsite activities
  • Evening entertainment
  • Opening and Closing Ceremonies
  • Menu
  • Merchandise, including the event badge
  • Unit/Troop formation.

This role would suit any current Scout keen to plan the biggest triennial Scout camp in Western Australia!

Benefits include:

  • Develop your leadership and teamwork skills
  • Make new friends across Scouts WA
  • Have fun testing activities you create
  • Receive a limited-edition Design Squad t-shirt

Applications to join the Design Squad have now closed.

Roles available

  • Director Program
    Responsible for leadership of the program team and delivery of the youth program.
  • Manager Offsite Activities
    Responsible for the Plan, Do and Review of offsite activities at Campwest 2020.
  • Manager Onsite Activities
    Responsible for the Plan, Do and Review of onsite activities at Campwest 2020.
  • Manager Entertainment
    Responsible for the Plan, Do and Review of entertainment activities at Campwest 2020.
  • Manager Marketing
    Responsible for marketing of the event to eligible participants across Australia.
  • Director Logistics
    Responsible for leadership of the logistics team and delivery of logistics services to support the event.
  • Manager Camping
    Responsible for promoting high standards of camping throughout the event.
  • Manager Transport
    Responsible for arranging transport to support regional participants and offsite activities.
  • Manager Special Diets
    Responsible for the provision of special dietary needs for all participants.
  • Manager Risk
    Responsible for the safe operation of the event, including completion of all risk management documentation.
  • Manager Information Hub
    Responsible for timely responses to requests for information from event participants, parents and Leaders.


To apply, send an email to Tom at with a brief summary of your Scouting experience and one Scouting referee.
Feel free to send any questions to the above email address.