Scouting is a uniformed movement. Uniforms encourage equality; they hide socioeconomic, cultural and religious differences so that Scouts can more easily make friends from all walks of life.
How to get one
While in the 4 week trial period, you can size and purchase a shirt from the Leaders. A scarf and woggle will be given to the youth member when they are invested into the Group. All other items in the uniform need not be Scout-sourced, any item that matches the regulations is acceptable.
Our uniform standard
Pants and shorts - Any tan coloured items are suitable. Skirts are not allowed.
Shoes - Black or brown enclosed shoes are necessary. Crocs, thongs and sandals are not allowed. Members in the Scout section require sturdy boots.
Socks - Navy or black ankle length.
Hats - Kingsford-Smith Group hats can be purchased from the leaders. These are not compulsory but strongly encouraged especially for Joeys and Cubs. Even if not worn to meetings they are good for outdoor activities.
The Scout Shop sells official Scout pants, shorts, jackets, belts and other items, but these are not mandatory to purchase.
Being neat and clean is part of our uniform standard. However you are still allowed to get dirty if an activity requires it.
- Your uniform must be clean.
- Badges must be in the correct place and correctly sewn.
- Your scarf must be rolled and worn under your shirt collar.
- Your hands and face must be clean.
- Your name should be on all parts of your uniform.
- Your shoes should be polished if they need it.