Welcome to Port Curtis District
Port Curtis District is part of Central Coast Region, currently has a total of 5 Scout Groups and extends from Raglan (approximately 60km south of Rockhampton) in the north to Miriam Vale, approximately 70km south of Gladstone.
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“Try to leave this world a little better than you found it”
Robert Baden Powell
Founder of Scouts
Scouts Queensland engages and inspires young Australians to develop confidence, resilience and leadership.
Scouting is for everyone
- To Accept Challenges
- Environmental Issues
- Initiative & Problem Solving
- To Achieve Badges & Awards
- To Keep It Fun
- Planning & To Be Prepared
- To Be Risk Takers
- The Importance of Community Involvement
Why Join Scouts?
Scouting is the biggest and most successful youth organisation in Australia.
Approximately 15,000 boys, girls and adults in Queensland from various cultural or religious backgrounds and with varying abilities, participate in all aspects of Scouting.
Scouts are in every part of our community.
The Scout Movement is comprised of sections developed around the age of the young people.
Did you know that we have a fantastic campsite in the district that is open to the public?
Children and young people have the right to be emotionally and physically safe at all times. This document details the policy and procedures of Scouts Queensland, which are designed to ensure, that as far as is possible, our volunteers, leaders, and members may enjoy the Scout program in the safest and most secure environment.