Scouts WA Events, Training And Adventurous Activities

Events and Adventurous Activities form a fundamental part of our Youth Leading Adults Supporting Program.

The Scouts Program engages our young people through a strategy of ‘learning by doing’, with the focus on fun. A key requisite for Scouts is to get ‘hands on’, tackling projects in small groups or teams we call patrols.

The ‘Youth Leading’ part of the Scouts program gives young people the space to decide their own pathways and learning is enhanced by a range of experiences.

Scouts has opportunities for the whole family to be involved. Everyone is welcome, and we value the diversity of our members. Remember to check out our Volunteer pages for more ways to get involved. 

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Scouts WA Adventurous Activities

Air Rifles 

Do your Scouts/Venturers and Rovers want something a little different to do for an activity?  

The PCYC at Fremantle facilitates a night of Air Rifles on selected nights for up to 16 participants for a single session and 32 for a double. 

Available Dates: Please see MyScout for details.  Cost: $10.00 per head 

For more information or to put a date aside for your group, please contact the Team Leader – Shooting; Adventurous Activities Team.


Canning River Ascent
Cubilee 2022 


10 AM – 3PM


Last date for registering is October 16
$18 for Cub Scouts & linking Joey Scouts

8-9 October 

Canning River Ascent is an overnight canoe expedition on the Canning River starting from Waylen Bay Sea Scout Hall in Applecross and ending at Royal Street Bridge in Kenwick. The distance is approximately 20 km so it is suitable for some OAS skills.

It is open to all Scouts. Even if you don’t have qualified activity leaders in your group, as the WA Scouts AA Paddling Council will provide the on water leaders. 

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