Bruce Davies Rover Crew

The Bruce Davies Rovers Crew is here

If you are interested in joining the crew, please call Kate Brockman on 0409 512 461

Further details of our activities can be found on the "Bruce Davies Rover Crew" Facebook page.

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Rovers Overview

What's a Rover?

Young men and women join Rovers because they are between 18 and 26 years old and are looking to enjoy friends for life, the outdoors, helping others and challenge.

Some people join Rovers because they have been in Scouting before. Many others join because they know someone who is a Rover. 

Others see an ad, a website, or see Rovers active in their community, and decide to give it a try!

What's Rovers about?

Rovers is about friends for life

A Rover Crew is a growing group of friends. Crews generally meet weekly; sometimes at their own den, other times away. They also have weekend camps and activities, as well as parties and events with other Rovers. Crew have diverse programs that cater to all their members.

Every Crew is different. Each has its own traditions, special interests and personalities. A Rover Crew runs itself, with an elected Crew Leader and executive. The Rover Advisor and region Rover Community are there to support and guide.

Rovers is about the outdoors

Rover Crews love to camp. Camping can be a base for hiking, canoeing, motorsport or other activities, or it can simply be a chance to wind down, enjoy some gourmet camp cooking and have a chat.

Rovers have access to a vast range of adventurous activities. Through the Scouting Movement there is a huge network of expertise to help you build your skills or try something new. This also means that activities like snow sports and water sports are cheaper than anywhere else.

Rovers is about helping others

Rovers give back. We help out with Scouting activities and community causes. Our motto is ‘Service’, and each Crew lives up to it in different ways.

Rovers is about challenge

Your personal goals are important. The Baden Powell Scout Award challenges you to develop existing skills or learn new ones. Also, there are plenty of opportunities to develop leadership and management skills within your Crew or while assisting with a major activity. If you prefer to roll your sleeves up, helping out at Mafeking Rover Park or one of the Rover ski chalets can give practical skills for your career and life. All this is possible because there are experienced Rovers and Rover Advisors to assist along the way.

For more info go to www.vicrovers.com.au

THE SCOUT PROMISE 

On my honour
I promise to do my best
To be true to my spiritual beliefs
To contribute to my community and our world 
To help other people
And to the live by the Scout Law 

 

THE SCOUT LAW

Be respectful

Do what is right

Believe in myself

Enrolment for Rovers

Who 

Men and women 18 to 25.

Cost

Please click here to see current fees.

When & Where

Wednesdays - Using both BPP halls - at Canadian Bay Beach and Humphries Road in Frankston South

Leaders

Rovers are self governing with a crew executive team comprising a Crew Leader, Deputy and Secretary/Treasurer. A Rover Advisor guides the crew where needed.

Enquiries

Kate Brockman  0409 512 461

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