Australian Boy Scouts: Activities

Figure 1.--Australian Scouts at the 1929 World Jamboree. The Australian uniforms were still quite similar to British uniforms.

We have very limited information on Australian Scouting activities. We note that the traditional activities like hihking and camping are an important part of the program. We do not yet, however, have detailed information on the full range of Scouting activities. The activities are of course geared to the different levels of Scouting. I am not sure to what extent the mixed gender nature of Australian Scouting has affected the activities offered.


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