Welcome to Camden Park Scout Group
Be prepared for Adventure


Volunteer with Camden Park Scout Group

Camden Park Scout Group provides scouting opportunities for children and youths aged from 5 – 17 running Joey Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts and Venturer Scouts. Scouting is the largest non-formal educational youth organisation in the world and helps people to develop a variety of skills including teamwork, resilience and leadership. This includes adults!

We are seeking volunteer Leaders, Helpers and Committee members to support the great programs our Youth Members are part of. Volunteering is a rewarding opportunity for you to contribute to the community, learn new skills and meet people in our area.

Volunteers are the backbone of our Scout Group, we could not function without them. From volunteers who Lead our Scouts to volunteers who cook bbq’s to volunteers that maintain our Scout Hall, everyone is valued. Some do a lot, some do a little, it’s all valued.
Giving back to your community is one of the greatest things you can do.

The support of Adults is vital to the success of Scouting. Could this be you? Someone in your family or a friend?
For more information please contact our Group Leader to discuss.

Adult Leaders

A Leader/Assistant Leader (Joey Scout, Cub Scout, Scout, Venturers) – responsible for the planning and running of exciting, challenging weekly and weekend programs which attract new members to their Section and retain existing ones, attending and running weekly Group meetings during school terms, attending group activities (e.g. hikes or camping trips).

More info can be found here: Adult Leader Vacancies

Adult Helpers

Roles exist for helpers to support our Leaders and programs on a regular basis during weekly activities. Do you have an exciting interest you could share with Scouts or want to help by accompanying a section on a hike? There are lots of ways to help. We would love you to become an Adult Helper!

Youth Helpers

A youth member who helps the leaders and youth members in another section, sharing the skills they have learned on their Scouting journey. e.g., a Scout may help out in the Joey section.


Do you have the worlds cleanest shed? Then we want to meet you! Camden Park Scout Group needs a volunteer to manage the equipment for the group. We need someone to ensure equipment is available and in good working order. The rewards are endless – we have tea and coffee! And you get to manage another shed!

Requirements for these positions

  • National Police Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • Child Safe Environment Course – provided by Scouts SA
  • WHS and Child Safe – Scouts SA online
  • Scouts SA Member

Scouts SA provides the support and training required to become a leader, there is some online and face-to-face training, a great opportunity to network with other like-minded leaders who are on a similar journey. There is also the opportunity to complete some certificates in various areas such as Leadership and Management.

Be prepared to connect.

Facebook and Instagram are fantastic ways to promote Scouting. Please enjoy their use by posting photos and stories about the great activities you are doing in Scouts.