Once Upon a Time….. Joey & Cub camp

Once Upon a Time….. Joey & Cub camp

Applications have now closed. Any further applications will need to approved by Janine Wilkie, the Activity Coordinator on 0403 206 869 or email janine.wilkie@nsw.scouts.com.au. 

Brief activity overview: This Camp for Joeys and Cubs. Older sections are welcome to attend to assist on activities.
Joeys & Cubs cost $65.00
All other attendees $50.00
Camp will be open Friday night for those travelling. Extra cost of $10 per person – includes breakfast Saturday morning.

Contact details: (Please contact Emergency Contact if you feel the participant is overdue from returning from the Activity)
Activity Coordinator: Janine Wilkie 0403 206 869
Emergency Contact: Caroline Rothwell 0413 528 629

General Notes:
This camp is designed for joeys and cubs to experience some Outdoor Adventure Skills (OAS) as well as friendship and fun.
It is preferred that every group in the Region be represented by both leaders and youth. Parents are also very welcome to attend.
Joey scouts need to be accompanied by a parent, or responsible adult 1:1 ratio.
There is no bunkhouse accommodation available, so groups are asked to provide tents if possible.
Adults may bring camper trailers / caravans. No powered sites. Joey Scouts will sleep with their parent/responsible adult. Cubs will sleep with other cubs in tents.

Uniform for opening and closing parade
Wide brimmed Hat – no caps (no hat – no play)
Shoes or Boots (must be closed in – no sandals)
Socks -1 pair per day (no ankle socks not suitable for walking)
Shirt – 1 per day (with collar & sleeves)
Underwear – 1 change per day
Shorts (knee length) or Trousers (trousers or jeans are preferred for hikes)
Sloppy Joe or Jacket
Sleepwear (tracksuit works well)
Toiletries (towel, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, washer, deodorant, small bottle shampoo, hairbrush/comb)
Thongs / crocs (for showers only)
Sleeping Bag
Small Pillow
Sleeping Mat – no swags
Mess Kit – cotton bag containing knife, fork, spoon, plate, bowl, cup & 2 tea towels
Daypack for hikes containing:
Water Bottle
Small torch
Sunscreen/Insect repellent
Personal first aid kit
Canoeing – water shoes, rashie, board shorts (close to knee length), extra towel,
Own PFD if preferred (to be correct size / weight)
Plastic bag for wet clothes
Happy & friendly attitude
Group to supply
Tents for participants
Canoes & PFDs
Marquees / gazebos

Who needs to complete this form?
Everyone that is attending this event must complete and return this form.
No form no play

Parent / Carer Guardian Information
It is permitted, if youth member wishes, to bring stuffed toy on camp to sleep with
All medication to be given to Leader in a bag with full instructions
Do Not pack extra food, snacks, lollies etc.
Prohibited items : Aerosol cans, Chewing gum, Lollies, Electronic games, and Mobile phones, these are not needed – Leaders will have theirs (if there is a signal available)
PARENTS please remember – all tops must have sleeves & collar (no singlets, crop tops & the like) it is impractical on camps due to risk of sunburn, insect bites etc.

  • Closing Date for Applications: 23 October 2022


05 - 06 Nov 2022


8:30 am - 12:00 pm




Kamilaroi Scout Camp
Drive along Copeton Dam Road and if coming from Bingara, turn right before Reflections Park. Drive along dirt road until you see the Scout Camp gate on the left


Janine Wilkie