The Kedron Joey Scouts enjoy an adventure, especially at night time. Our Joey Scouts recently enjoyed a progressive dinner one Saturday night. Accompanied by our experienced Joey Scout Leaders – Kanga, Kuppi and Karamello – the evening started with an … Read More
Welcome to Kedron Scout Group
At Kedron Scouts we provide boys and girls with fun and challenging opportunities to grow through adventure. We encourage the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development of our young members so that they take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens and as members of their community.
Joeys 5 to 7yrs: Wednesdays 4.30pm-6.00pm
Cubs 7½ to 11yrs: Mondays 6.00pm-7.30pm & Wednesdays 6.30pm-8.00pm
Scouts 10½ to 15yrs: Wednesdays 6.25pm-8.15pm
Venturers 14½ to 18yrs: Fridays 7.00pm-9.00pm
Rovers 18 to 25yrs: Sundays from 6.30pm
You are welcome to come and try for free and existing members are always welcome to bring a friend to try Scouting - Kedron Scouts Come and Try Form.
Contact us or just turn up on the night to meet the Leader and experience scouting with Kedron Scouts.
Kedron Scout Den
You can find the Kedron Scout Den in Mercer Park at the park end of Tenth Avenue, Kedron
Phone: 0434 147 794
Or complete and submit the form on our Contact Us page.
You can also contact us on Facebook:
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News from the Den
Two of Kedron’s Scout Leaders were honoured in the 2018 Lilley Australia Day Awards. Cub Scout Leader Kimba and Joey Scout Leader Karamello received awards for their contribution to Scouting. The annual Lilley Australia Day Awards are an initiative of … Read More
Being a Joey, Cub, Scout, Venturer or Rover is not expensive. The main costs are for the annual enrolment fee, subscription fees each term and uniform. To give you an idea of costs in 2018: Annual enrolment registration cover each … Read More
Our Kedron Scouts learnt fire safety with a visit to the Hendra Fire Station. After a safety briefing, the Scouts took turns to climb aboard the aerial appliance, which reaches a height of 42m. The aerial appliance is used for … Read More
Planning and leading a two-hour hike is a key element of achieving your Grey Wolf Award. Cub Scouts need to use a map to plan their hike, leading 3-6 Cub Scouts. They need to ensure everyone has appropriate equipment, … Read More
As part of achieving their Grey Wolf Award, cubs need to complete a special interest badge. Their special interest badge can be: Landcare Local History Language Emblem Waterwise Their Service Our Heritage World Scout Environment Badge. Kedron … Read More