Welcome to Hackham Scout Group
Be prepared for Adventure

About Us


Hackham Scout Group opened in 1969, running a range of great programs for youth aged between 5 and 26.

Hackham Scout Group prides itself in being an inclusive group and aim to do as best we can to suit each individual needs, working with families where needed.

 Scouting is inclusive of ages 5 to 26, offering an all-inclusive award scheme allowing members to develop at their own pace through Stages of Outdoor Adventure Skills Badges and pursuing their own interests with Special Interest Area Badges.

Working through 3 levels of Milestones by Leading & assisting evenings, throughout their journey, Scouts experience the program either working as a member of a small team or Patrol.

Importantly, Scouting provides the opportunity for youth to develop skills in teamwork, resilience, leadership and make lifelong friends.

We engage in a range of activities in our weekly meetings and on some week-ends that are all designed to be adventurous, engaging, challenging and fun.

Each section will also have the ability to participate in:

  • Camps
  • Sleepovers
  • Adventurous activities
  • Outings
  • Special visitors to the Scout Hall
  • District or Branch events

To find out more about our Programs in details visit our Sections page

Hall Location

Weekly meetings are held at 16 Roberts Road, Hackham West, with some meetings being held outside of the hall for our Adventurous Activities.

Group Scarf

The Group Neckie (also known as a scarf), distinguishes our members from other Scout Groups, through the means of special colours which include:

Black Base – Signifying our location in the state

Orange Strip – Representing the old Noarlunga District

Mauve Stripe – Hackham Scout Group

Group Badge

The Hackham Scout Group badge is a representation of the following components:

  • Onkaparinga Gorge
  • Onkaparinga River Mouth
  • The Coast to Vines Rail Trail (Willunga Railway)
  • The Cenotaph of the ANZAC Memorial on Flaxmill Road
  • Grapes to represent the old Honeypot Vineyard

We look forward to welcoming your family in person to Scouting!

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.