Cub Scouts in Australia are aged 8 to 11 years old.

Cub Scouts in Australia are aged 8 to 11 years old.

Cub Scouts hang out

Cub Scouts hang out

Cub Scouts go fast

Cub Scouts go fast

We have 21 000 Cub Scouts in Australia, and about a third of these are girls!

We have 21 000 Cub Scouts in Australia, and about a third of these are girls!

Cub Scouts love getting together at camps and events like Cuborees!

Cub Scouts love getting together at camps and events like Cuborees!

Cub Scouts get 'Out and About' with their Packs

Cub Scouts get 'Out and About' with their Packs

Cub Scouts learn to canoe

Cub Scouts learn to canoe

Where else could you swing around like this?

Where else could you swing around like this?

Cub Scouts love to bikehike!

Cub Scouts love to bikehike!

Cub Scouts go out and about in all types of weather

Cub Scouts go out and about in all types of weather

Cub Scouts love to climb...

Cub Scouts love to climb...

...and climb some more

...and climb some more

Cub Scouts respect their communities

Cub Scouts respect their communities

Cub Scouts protect the environment

Cub Scouts protect the environment

 

 

 

Photo courtesy Lara Cameron-Smith

When Cub Scouts camp, they put up their own tents

When Cub Scouts camp, they put up their own tents

Getting spooky with your Pack!

Getting spooky with your Pack!

Cub Scouts love to earn badges

Cub Scouts love to earn badges

The highest badge in Cub Scouts is the Grey Wolf

Photo courtesy Chris Ballard

Cub Scouts fly!

Cub Scouts fly!

 

 

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Cub Scouts learn air activities take many different forms

Cub Scouts learn air activities take many different forms

 

 

 

Photo courtesy Lara Cameron-Smith

Cub Scouts fly in planes too!

Cub Scouts fly in planes too!

 

 

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Cub Scouts abseil

Cub Scouts abseil

 

 

Photo courtesy Chris Ballard

Cub Scouts make things

Cub Scouts make things

 

 

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Cub Scouts are allowed to get dirty!

Cub Scouts are allowed to get dirty!

 

Photo courtesy Chris Ballard