Cub Scouts
(age 8-11)

The Scouting adventure continues with Cub Scouts, focussed on:

  • Creating an individual path and setting up for new challenges
  • Developing leadership responsibilities
  • Understanding the community
  • Developing problem-solving skills
  • Great adventures in nature

Each week Cub Scouts get together for about an hour and a half for fun and adventures. Cub Scouts have a role as part of a Patrol (small team) and a Unit (all Cub Scouts as a group).

Cub Scouts begin to decide their own adventures and take more responsibility in their Scouting process. They explore further into nature and their communities, building understanding of their responsibilities to both. Their activities include sports meetings, visits to interesting destinations such as factories and fire department headquarters, plus trips to the zoo and museums. They learn bushcraft and how to fly model airplanes – some even fly in real planes.

There’s a lot more Cub Scouts do too!

Latest Cub Scouts News

One Family One Journey Conference 2021

One Family One Journey Conference 2021

The One Family One Journey Expo and Conference over the weekend of 30 July to 1 August (incorporating World Scouts Day on Sunday) and I am compelled to heartily congratulate our Chief Commissioner...

Adult Recognition Awards 2021

Adult Recognition Awards 2021

Scouts WA would like to recognise and congratulate the outstanding achievements and contributions from our Leaders and Supports of Scouting who have been awarded Adult Recognition Awards on 1...

Maarakool Art

Maarakool Art

Mel is currently the Artist in Residence at the Manjedal Activity Centre, where she completes Aboriginal art projects with kids, displaying their artworks in areas around the Centre.

More Information

For more information call (08) 6240 7700
9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
or email enquiries@scoutswa.com.au