Margaret River scouts Ari Lane, Chloe Seberry, Jaydon Brunke, Libby Dawson, Eden Bradstreet, Jorgia Brooks and Harrison Lambert at the Sydney Jamboree. SIX Margaret River scouts and leaders have returned from the three-yearly Australian Jamboree in Sydney.
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To qualify to attend a Jamboree, scouts need to complete their Pioneer level in scouting which equips them with the skills to manage 12 nights away under canvas.

The camp site between Woolongong and Cambeltown was descended on by more than 10,000 scouts and leaders.

The site took on a village atmosphere with its own daily newspaper and local radio station.

Scouts are encouraged to swap their badges while away with other scouts from Australia and overseas to promote social interaction.

Apart from the many adventurous activities on site scouts had an excursion to see Sydney’s central district, a day snorkelling and canoeing at Botany Bay and a visit to Jamberoo water park.

Margaret River scouts would like to acknowledge the local community who have supported their fundraising which helped pay for Jamboree fees.

Scouts meet every Tuesday during the school term at the Scout Hall between Gloucester Oval and the skate park on Wallcliffe Road.

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