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Joey Scouts are the youngest section of the Scouting Movement, who get their first taste of nature, form friendships outside of school and deal with challenges. They have adventures, make crafts, take fun trips and participate in group activities. They learn teamwork, nature skills, interactions with others, love for other living creatures, creative and artistic skills and the importance of achieving their goals by earning badges through challenges.

Joey Scouts are formed into a Mob of up to 20 children from 6 to 7 years old, supervised and guided by at least two trained Joey Scout Leaders. The Mob is sometimes broken up into smaller groups as there is no rigid structure. 

The leaders are at least 18 years old, and at least one is female if there are female Joeys. Joey Scout helpers sometimes assist the leaders, who are typically either parents or Rovers from the Scouting movement. These helpers must be over 15 years old.

Leaders generally take their names from the Australian bush (English or Aboriginal), for example: Brumby, Brolga, Bilby and Wareen.

The 3rd Sunbury Joey Mob currently meets at the Miller St Hall on Wednesday afternoons from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.


3rd Sunbury Joey Scout Calendar of Events

Useful Links

Uniform Guide