Leadership Team

Your cub leaders are Matthew, Daria, Paul, Sarah and Brad


Grey Wolf Award

The Grey Wolf Award represents the highest level of achievement in the Cub section. Cub Scouts must achieve six Special Interest Awards, six Outdoor Adventure Skills, three Milestones, and an Adventurous Journey. More details requirements can be found on the Scouts NSW website. Cub Scouts wishing to complete their peak award should discuss it with their leader at least 12 months before transitioning to Scouts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please also see the Frequently Asked Questions applicable to all sections

How can I assist my Cub Scout with a Special Interest Area (SIA) Award?

Special Interest Area Awards are intended to be a challenge for each Cub Scout. Parents are often well placed to guide the choice of activity that will take about four to five hours to complete (including planning etc.). Please confirm with your leaders that an activity is suitable for an award. To receive their award, Cubs must briefly present the completed activity to other Cubs, usually as part of an opening or closing ceremony. Parents can often use the Special Interest Area awards as an encouragement to complete music lessons, sports, caring for pets etc.