We welcome you and your family to our Group and to the worldwide fellowship of scouting.

We are part of the largest youth organisation in the world.  We currently offer 4 sections

• Joey Scouts (6 to 7 yrs) Thursdays 5pm - 6pm during school terms

• Cub Scouts (8 to 10 yrs) Thursdays 6.30pm - 8.00 during school terms

• Scouts (10 to 14 yrs) Wednesdays 7pm - 9pm during school terms

• Venturers (14 to 18 yrs) Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm

We currently have waiting lists in our Cubs and Scout Sections. You are welcome to join our wait list.

If you would like to join our leadership team we always welcome new assistant leaders, please contact our group leader if you would like more information.


Our hall, called the SSS SEAFIRE, is on the beachfront at Scouts beach, next to Mothers beach, Mornington. This gives us fantastic access to a small, safe harbour on Port Phillip Bay.

Parking is available on Schnapper Point Drive. Take the first walkway down to the beach.


“ to encourage the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development of young people so that they can take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities”

Each week each section meets for activities. There are often camps and other weekend activities.

Our youth also attend Cuboree for Cubs, Jamboree for Scouts & Wildayz for Venturers

Activities you can enjoy during the year include:

• Hiking • Water Skiing • Camping • Rock-climbing • Sailing • Canoeing • Kayaking • Scuba diving

• Skiing • Performing arts • Abseiling • Flying light aircraft • Community Service

• Construction • Amateur Radio • Surfing • Environmental Activities • First aid


Achievement is measured through earning proficiency badges.

The major badge milestones that can be achieved as your child progresses through the movement include the Grey Wolf Award for Cub Scouts, the Australian Scout Medallion for Scouts and the Queens Scout Award for Venturers.


All our leaders and any others in regular contact with children have been trained by Scouts Australia and have the State Government ‘Working with Children’ clearance.  They are there to make sure your child enjoys a safe, but exciting scouting experience.   Parents involvement is encouraged & welcome. Children whose parents are involved tend to have a more valuable experience of scouting. Every part of Scouting is run by volunteers. Generally, the leaders are, or have been, parents of children in Scouting. None of our leaders or committee members are paid or receive any financial benefit.


Last Updated on Monday, 17 October 2016 12:26