4-13 January 2019
31 August 2018
A late fee of $100 will apply for applications received after 31 Aug 2018
Expressions of interest for team leader positions can be made via the jamboree website position at any time ( from now)
Registration for both staff and youth members commences from 1 October 2017
Online application via link on the website.
A Scout must:
Overseas participants must have achieved comparative requirements within his/her NSO.
Only if they are coming as an assistant activity leader (Venturer)
Australian and International Category D Scouts - $1150 plus contingent fee plus any elective activity costs
Australian Leaders and International category D, Leaders, Rovers - $685 plus contingent fee
International Scouts, Leaders and Rovers category A, B, C - $685 plus contingent fee
Your Contingent Leader will advise you about this.
The National Jamboree Fee, includes T Shirt, Scarf , Hat, and Badge,
On the evening of 13/1/19
On the evening of 4/1/19
There will be Super Saturday (Visitor’s Day) on 12/1/19 for visitors.
Yes, troops will be allocated to a Subcamp by the Camping Directorate
Service leaders will be able to request to work in certain Sub Camps/areas
It is expected that NSW, Vic, QLD and WA will each provide a Manager and team of about 12 to operate the 4 troop Sub Camps
Special diets will be catered for.
There will be an opportunity to elect/nominate special diets in the application process. This nomination will need to be supported by medical evidence
Discuss this with your Contingent Leader
They will be able to take part in most water activities, but we need to know their limitations so that appropriate supervision can be arranged
At the State shake out camp in late 2018 a few months before the Jamboree
Only approved service leaders ( advance parties) will be allowed to arrive early
It may be necessary or some participants travelling by air to arrive on 3rd Jan due to flight limitations on the 4th Jan
All power will be supplied by the Jamboree. The Jamboree will be using generators to provide some of its power. Troops can bring small solar panels