Pimlico Mundingburra Scout Group

14 McIntyre Street, Mundingburra QLD

Pimlico Mundingburra Scout Group

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The Pimlico-Mundingburra Scout Group is part of Queensland Branch of Scouts Australia and is in the Kennedy Region. The Group resides in the tropical North Queensland City of Townsville in Queensland, Australia.
The Group consists of a Joey MobCub Scout Pack, a Scout TroopVenturer Unit and a Rover Crew.
The Pimlico Scout Group was first established in 1931 and its den was located in Gill Park, Hughes St at the southern end near the Pimlico High School. The two storey timber structure served as a meeting place for the Group for over 40 years.
Our park takes it’s name from Sir Arthur Fadden, a Townsville Accountant who was the Prime Minister of Australia from 29th August – 7th October 1941.
National Museum of Australia fact sheet:  fadden.pdf


Recent Posts

  • Group Leaders Report 15 July 2018

    Thank you all for attending this Annual Report Presentation meeting this afternoon. Over the past year we have been continuing on as usual with the business of providing Scouting to our local community. There have been a few changes within our Group. One change being the stepping back of Lenny Strong from the Group Leader […]

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  • CUB SCOUT PACK ANNUAL REPORT

    4 JULY 2018 YOUTH PROGRAM LEADERS: SONIA GRIGG KEEGO, SHAWN JAMES BROLGA, LARNI WALLACE WHITE TIP, FRASER CUMMING BAGHEERA LEADERS: There were a few changes of leaders over the past 12 months. At the end of last year we said goodbye to Joanne Cowie Shada as a leader. We welcome Fraser Cumming Bagheera who has returned from Victoria […]

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  • JOEY SCOUT MOB ANNUAL REPORT 15 JULY 2018

    YOUTH PROGRAM LEADERS: Brett “Cockatoo” Discher LEADERS: Sonia “Keego” Grigg has recently stepped down as Joey Leader after many years of service to the Mob. Sonia is now focusing on her role as Cub Section Leader. PROGRAM: Each term Joeys work on their participation badges, Environment, Caring and Sharing, Adventure and Buddy Badge. HIGHLIGHTS: Term […]

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Our Scout Group Sections

  • Joey Scouts

    Joey Scouts is the first Section of Scouts for boys and girls aged 5, 6 & 7, and it’s all about discovery and excitement! Joey Scouts are part of a ‘Mob’, led by a Joey Scout Leader. Joey Scouts are encouraged to express themselves creatively, through games, stories and craft activities. From building monsters and spaceships from scrap items, to growing plants from seedlings and singing songs together, all Joey Scouts develop a strong sense of belonging and an understanding of the world around them. Joey Scouts learn how to share and care, and help other people. They also learn how to recognise native birds and animals, and develop an understanding of the impact of our modern world on the environment. Some Joey Scouts might even get the chance to have their first sleepover with their Mob, an important and fun ‘first’ for developing independence.

  • Cub Scouts

    Cub Scouts is the second section into Scouts. It’s for boys and girls aged 8 to 10* and it’s all about adventure! *These ages may vary up to 6 months. Cub Scout Packs usually meet once a week at their local Scout or community hall. The trained Cub Scout Leader and their assistants are in charge of ensuring that the Cub Scouts work well together and challenge themselves to do their best, while also meeting the development program goals for the week. The Leaders encourage their Cubs to use their imaginations and foster their creative and mental abilities. Cub Scout meetings are full of energy and fun and our Cubs go home with the confidence and the abilities to face whatever challenges or goals they set for themselves.

  • Scouts

    Scouts is for boys and girls aged 11 to 14* and is the most well known section of the Scouting Movement – Scouts is where the action is! *These ages may vary up to 6 months. Scout Troops, which are comprised of several Scout Patrols, usually meet every week to discuss their progress and work towards achieving their goals. Scout meetings consist of team-building activities, playing games, developing specialised skills and knowledge, and planning for weekend adventures and camp-outs. At meetings Troop members share stories and experiences of their recent adventures and offer advice to one another. Scout Leaders teach safety lessons on how to use equipment correctly and inspire their Scouts to be the best individuals and team players that they can be.

  • Venturer Scouts

    Venturer Scouts is for males and females aged 15 to 17* who never turn down a good challenge and love to push themselves to their limits. *These ages may vary up to 6 months.meet together on a regular basis form what is called "the Unit". Venturer Scout Units meet on a regular basis and Venturer Leaders are simply there to provide adult leadership and support; they act as your Scouting mentors. Unit progress is discussed at meetings, along with how each Unit is turning their goals of the Venturer Program into reality. Socialising is a must and strong bonds are formed through teamwork and a common desire to ensure that everyone becomes the best person they can be. If you’re a Venturer Scout your only limits are the ones that you set for yourself.

Pimlico Mundingburra Scout Group

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