The Scouting Method

What is it that is magic about Scouting that has made it so strong after more than 100 years? We call it the Scout Method – this is the foundation of Scouting and it has withstood the test of time.

The principle elements of the Scout Method are:

  1. Voluntary membership of a uniformed group which guided by adults, is increasingly self-governing in its successive age groups.
  2. Commitment to a code of living as expressed in the Promise and Law, the meaning of which is expanded as the member grows towards maturity.
  3. The provision of a wide range of attractive, constructive and challenging activities, including opportunities for adventure and exploration both indoors and outdoors.
  4. The provision of opportunities for leadership and responsibility.
  5. Learning by doing.
  6. Encouragement of activity in small groups.
  7. An award scheme which encourages participation in its full range of activities and provides recognition of individual achievements.

Reasons to join Scouts WA

A unique

Our program is like nothing else, offering a huge range of activities and experiences for ages ranging from 6 to 25 – and new members can join at any stage of Scouts!

Fun and

From stories, games and craft to camping, bush adventures and water activities, Scouting offers activities to suit every interest and age group.

Growth and Learning

Scouts grow through adventure and new challenges. They make friends, build confidence and explore their abilities and interests. But most of all, Scouts have fun!

Diversity and Inclusion

Scouts WA values diversity and we warmly welcome members and volunteers from all backgrounds, and those with intellectual or physical disabilities.

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Become a Scout!

If you're looking for your local Scouts Group, we have made it easy for you. Simply search, register and become a member now for a fun filled adventurous journey of learning and skills building.