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Cub Scouts

Cub Scouts is for boys and girls aged 8 to 10 years and focuses on exploring the outdoors, discovering and learning interesting things! Cub Scouts belong to a Pack and begin to learn leadership and teamwork in small teams called Patrols.

If you enjoy fun, games and learning new skills, then you'll love being a Cub Scout! You'll get to go on camps with your Pack, and you might attend a Cuboree camp with hundreds of other Cub Scouts! As well as learning things like how to use a compass, you'll go on bush walks, bike trips and have the chance to do things like sailing, canoeing, abseiling and sometimes even flying!

Your Cub Scout Leader will help you along the way and encourage you to take part. You'll learn life-long skills, make friends and have fun! Cub Scouts are keen to learn, belong, and have fun, so our activities are designed to stimulate their emotional and adventurous spirits.

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Grey Wolf

The Grey Wolf Award is the pinnacle of the Cub Scout Section and there are a number of requirements involved in earning this big achievement.

As we are now using the new system - Achievement Pathways, 

The requirements for earning the Grey Wolf Award are listed in each of the app


Achievement Pathways Grey Wolf Award Application Form

Application Form

Once the Grey Wolf Applicant has completed all required achievements and recorded them in their Tracker, the Grey Wolf Applicant will go to Unit Council (a special meeting can be called if necessary) seeking approval from the Unit Council. A representative of the Unit Council will sign the Application form along with the Cub Scout Leader.

If the Application Form is knowingly being submitted outside of the guidelines, a letter describing the extenuating circumstances that deem the application worthy of special consideration must be submitted with the Application Form. 

Youth Awards will check the form for completeness and follow up with the Cub Scout Leader if necessary. If the Application is correct and within guidelines, the Award will be mailed to the Cub Scout Leader.

If the Application is outside of the Grey Wolf guidelines and no request for special consideration has been provided, or the request for special consideration has been denied, notification will be sent to the Cub Scout Leader with a copy to DLCS and Group Leader. The Cub Scout Leader will inform the Applicant.


"Do Our Best"

Be Respectful

 - Be friendly and considerate

 - Care for others and the environment

Do What is Right

 - Be trustworthy, honest and fair

 - Use resources wisely

Believe In Myself

 - Learn from my experiences

- Face challenges with courage


On my honour
I promise that I will do my best

To do my duty to my God, and to the Queen of Australia,
To help other people

And to live by the Scout Law

On my honour
I promise that I will do my best
To be true to my spiritual beliefs,

To contribute to my community and our world

To help other people

And to live by the scout law


Linking Up (transition)

Cub Scouts may commence transition (Link Badge) any time after their 10th birthday and have progressed to Scouts by their 11th birthday.

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