The next step after Dayboro Venturers is our Rovers crew.
Scouting is the largest international youth movement, engaging young people in almost every country. Rover Scouts is the final section of the ‘path’ to adult life with a strong focus on community engagement and social inclusion. Rovering develops leadership abilities and mateship by empowering Rover Scouts to run their own activities.
Rover Scouts is open all young adults aged 18-25. It is all about adventure, excitement, challenge and achievement. No previous scouting experience required!
Rovers function in crews. A crew is a small collection of around 6 – 20 Rovers who engage in a self-managed weekly program. Crew members become mates for life!
A Rover Scout calendar may include challenging outdoor activities such as caving, sailing, four-wheel driving, hot-air ballooning and ski-touring. In addition the calendar is full of balls, harbour cruises, motor-sports.
Moots are the pinnacle Rover event. A moot is a social gathering of Rovers from throughout a state, national or international with the focus of a few weeks of fun, adventure and sharing of life experiences. These too are run and managed by Rovers
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for more information about Dayboro Rovers, pleae contact Kaye at email@example.com
Rovers wear a uniform consisting of navy blue shorts and a shirt with red shoulder and sleeve stripe that can be obtained from The Scout Shop which is only available online. Recent changes have meant that Scouts Queensland have closed their uniform shop at Auchenflower. Sometimes second hand uniforms may be available from previous Rovers so be sure to check out our classifieds.
Information on the correct placement of badges can be found in this document.