On this page you will find information and contact details for all WARC registered Crews in Western Australia.

 

If you are interested in starting a new Crew then please contact the WARC Vice Chairman at vicechairman@warovers.com.au

 

Rover Scout Crews in Western Australia

 

 

Beldon Rover Crew

Beldon Rover Crew is one of the most recent Crews in WA to have been established. The Crew is also Perth Metropolitan area’s northern most Crew. Whilst the Crew is new to Rovers, it does not stop the Crew members from engaging with everything WA Rovers has to offer. The Crew is very active and meets once a week and attends most major events and activities. They are also seen out and about in the community and volunteer in other Scouting Sections. The Crew’s main ai is to find a balance between socialising and the principles of Scouting, something which they have started to master. The Crew is very hands on and are currently working on fundraising so they can attend and participate in everything Scout related. The Crew is made up of a very diverse group of people and numbers are expanding steadily.

Because the Crew is so active they vary their meeting locations and times, so it would be best to contact the Crew Leader to find out when our next meeting/activity is taking place.

 

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Contact Details: cl.beldon@warovers.com.au

 

 

Bibra Lake Rover Crew

 

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Contact Details: cl.bibralake@warovers.com.au

 

 

Canning Rover Crew

 

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Contact Details: cl.canning@warovers.com.au

 

 

Fremantle Rover Crew

 

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Contact Details: cl.fremantle@warovers.com.au

 

 

Kalamunda District Rover Crew                                             *Quality Rovering Award* 



The Kalamunda District Rover Crew was established in 1963 and is one of the oldest continuously running in WA. We have our own constitution and elect various positions at an Annual General Meeting held in January/February of each year. These positions have a 12-month term.

 

We meet monthly at the former Carmel Primary School, Carmel Road, Carmel. These meetings are held on the Sunday following WARC meetings at 7pm. At these meetings we discuss topics such as future activities, fundraising, service projects and other items raised by Crew members. These meetings are formal and full uniform is worn.

 

The aims of the Crew are to encourage and promote the physical, intellectual, spiritual, social, and emotional development of Rovers within the community as well as at a state, national and international level of Scouting. We regularly participate in many state Rover events, such as Sandmoot, ANZAC Vigil, Gravel Moot, and Bush Baja, other section events, such as Mission Impossible and Cubilee, and District and community events, such as the Kalamunda Show. Many members also have other Scouting commitments such as serving as Leaders or helpers within other Sections. Past Crew members have also served as members of the Western Australian Rover Council Executive and National Rover Council Executive.

 

Currently there are over 10 Rovers in the Crew with two Rover Advisors and many active Fellowship members. We all have a variety of interests and are very active and up for pretty much anything, so you will always be able to find something in our program that interests you.

 

Meeting Time: 7pm, 2nd Sunday of the month.

Meeting Location: Old Carmel Primary School, Carmel Road, Carmel.

Contact Details: cl.kalamunda@warovers.com.au

 

 

Maddington Rover Crew

 

Maddington Rover Crew are a laid back Crew who enjoy participating in everything the Rover Section has to offer. At present some of our members are looking to complete their Baden Powell Scout Award which has an influence on the variety of activities we participate in.

 

Our Crew has an interest in Rover Scout Motorsport, we enjoy participating in the RSM events Bush Baja and Badgi Bash every year, even if our car isn’t ready for racing!

 

Meeting Time: Varies

Meeting Location: Whaleback Scout Hall, Whaleback Golf Course, Riverton.

Contact Details: cl.maddington@warovers.com.au

 

 

Padbury Rover Crew

 

Being one of the newer Crews in WA our main goal is stability: the encouragement and appeal to both those within the Padbury Scout Group as a whole and externally is essential in ensuring that the Rover Crew continues to thrive into the future. Because of this, we are focused on the wellbeing of our group, and regularly hold events in which we interact with the other Sections in order to encourage their continuation into the Rover Section when they reach of age. Along with this, we have a strong community focus, regularly participating in occasions that promote the Scouting movement within the wider community and help provide services to the community as a whole.

While this might be the case, we also aim to provide a fun and enjoyable time for our fellow members of the Crew. Each ‘night’ or event is organised by a different Crew member, ensuring a wide spread of ideas and input occurs. This also ensures that all Crew members have the same opportunity to take up a position of leadership and helps promote their individual qualities and ideas. As we continue to grow into the future, we hope to continue to aid the development of the Scout Group while also laying down the foundations for solid friendships and ideals that will stay with the members of the Crew into their post-Scouting lives.

 

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Contact Details: cl.padbury@warovers.com.au



 

Peel District Rover Crew

 

We are a brand new Rover Crew in WA and are excited about starting our Rovering journey. We are a group of like-minded people just looking for fun and new adventures.

 

Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 7:30pm

Meeting Location: Based at Rockingham Scout Hall on Wanliss Street, Rockingham

Contact Details: cl.peeldistrict@warovers.com.au


 

 

Salter Point Rover Crew

 

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Contact Details: cl.salterpoint@warovers.com.au

 

 

South West Regional Rover Crew

 

South West Regional Rover Crew has the largest area to cover in WA, with members coming from as far south as Busselton, up to Bunbury and as far east as Donnybrook. We are largely a motorsport focused Crew with heavy involvement in both Bush Baja and Badgi Bash each year, as well as supporting some of our local Venturers at Ventkhana. We meet in a variety of locations depending on our planned activity; Donnybrook for work on the cars, Bunbury for a famous SpaBQ (spa and BBQ) or Vasse to camp and relax. SWRRC is a relaxed and laid back Crew with many a story to share, contact us on the email below to find out where we will be next.

 

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Contact Details: cl.southwest@warovers.com.au

 

 

Subiaco Rover Crew                                                          *Quality Rovering Award*

 

Subiaco Rover Crew was established in 2013 making us one of the youngest Crews in the state. But nonetheless we are one of the most active! We meet every Monday night all year round at various locations, including our hall on the corner of Rokeby and Nicholson Roads in Subiaco, as well as at Crew members’ houses and local businesses around the Perth and Western Suburbs areas. We have a strong connection with our group running an annual patrol leader’s camp in June and attending Group Camp every year. Our Crew has a wide range of interests, with a definite focus on camping. We like to get out of the city and go camping as often as we can! We are a very social and active Crew.

 

We were awarded the Quality Rovering Award in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and won Crew of the Year in 2014. It has been a big 3 years!

 

Meeting Time: Every Monday

Meeting Location: Varies, Subiaco Hall corner Rokeby and Nicholson Roads, Subiaco.

Contact Details: cl.subiaco@warovers.com.au

 

 

Swan District Rover Crew

 

Swan District Rover Crew is a small, tight-knit Crew that started at the beginning of 2016. Our Rovers come from Scout Groups all over the Central Swan area and meet up (usually) once a week. As we all come from different groups we offer our Crew's combined service in helping out our fore-founding Scout Groups and participate in a wide variety of activities and services - we will give anything a go. In the past we've done trailer reversing, night-time cycling, swimming, visiting different religious centres, helping out at Group and District camps and joining in with Rover Events and Activities. If you're looking for a friendly, welcoming and fun-loving Crew then send our Crew Leader an email and come down to meet us.

 

Meeting Time: 7pm-9pm (usually)

Meeting Location: Varies

Contact Details: cl.swandistrict@warovers.com.au

 

 

Tuart Hill Yokine Rover Crew

 

Tuart Hill Yokine Rover Crew recently celebrated 50 continuous years of Rovering in Western Australia. While our members come from diverse backgrounds our focus in recent years has been on participating in state-level Rover Scout Motorsport activities, camping, and WARC activities. We’re open to new ideas, and to a challenge – if you can get our flag!

Formal meetings are every second Sunday night of the month at our Rover Den on Villiers Street, but our Crew members and Fellowship can be found at the Den frequently. Previous activities have included construction, food-based science, Cards Against Humanity, e-learning training nights, and helping to run previous state and national events such as St. George’s Ceremony, Bush Baja, Mission Impossible, WAM2014, and more.

We support our Rovers to achieve their highest standard – by helping them to build up and complete their Advanced Rover Training and Woodbeads Badge. A number of the Crew’s Rovers have also achieved their Baden-Powell Scout Award in recent times, and as a Crew we empower our Rovers to raise their own personal standards. Our long and proud history often has past Knights who keep in touch with us, and provide us with advice and guidance when asked for their input.

 

Meeting Time: Every second Sunday.

Meeting Location: Villiers Street, Tuart Hill.

Contact Details: cl.tuarthillyokine@warovers.com.au

 

 

Warwick Rover Crew

 

Warwick is a large and active Crew. Some of our weekly activities include sport, 4wding, quiz nights, and various appreciation nights. Warwick also has a high attendance at all WARC evets such as Sandmoot, Gravelmoot, the Rover Ball and both Rover Scout Motorsport events. This alongside with activities involving our Venturer, Scout, and Cub sections keep the Crew busy all year round!

 

Meeting Time: Tuesdays 7:30pm

Meeting Location: Dorchester Hall, Warwick or Karrinyup Hall, Karrinyup

Contact Details: cl.warwick@warovers.com.au

 

 

Waylen Bay Rover Crew                                                  *Quality Rovering Award*

 

Waylen Bay Rover Crew is very active at a Crew, Group and State level. We meet weekly on a Tuesday night at our Rover den in Ardross or at various locations around Perth. Our program is very diverse as it caters to the wide range of the interests of the members of the Crew. It has previously included activities such as: DIY disc golf, superheroes vs villains Rover Venturer challenge night, orienteering, sandcastle competition, hour of code, speakeasy night, mosaicking, survival night, laser tag, and an international themed regressive dinner.

As a Sea Scout Group our program also features an array of water based activities. We own our own Spaced 22 Keel boat “Spaced Out” which we take out Sailing as a Crew and additionally take part in events such as Swanabout (a 30 hour sailing endurance competition) and Master Mariners (a Sea Scout competition). We currently also own a car (called “EsCarGo”) which we use for Rover Scout Motorsport events such as Bush Baja. Our Crew members regularly attend large state events. Many members of our Crew are also involved in the planning, organisation, and running of these state events which helps to teach and enhance event management and interpersonal skills. Examples of such events include: the Rover Ball, Mission Impossible, and St. George’s Day.

The Crew was also named “Crew of the Year” for both 2012 and 2013.

 

Meeting Time: Tuesdays 7:30pm

Meeting Location: 41A McCallum Crescent, Ardross (best access off Collier St)

Contact Details: cl.waylenbay@warovers.com.au

 

 

Wembley Downs Rover Crew

 

Located in the suburb of Wembley Downs in Perth’s Northern Suburbs. The Rover Crew is attached to the stable and well-established Wembley Downs Scout Group. The Crew was established in 1972 and is one of the older Crews in the state. Wembley Downs RC has access to the Scouting resources and equipment of the Wembley Downs Scout Group, which range from camping equipment to canoes and trailers.

The Wembley Downs RC like to run and attend a variety of activities including but not limited to – Crew camps, cooking nights, movie nights (we own a projector), canoeing, motorsport events, service activities and WARC events. The Crew likes to try new activities to mix up our program, so all members of the Crew are asked to run an activity they want.

 

Meeting Time: Sundays 3pm

Meeting Location: Wembley Downs Rover Den, 7 Dover Crescent, Wembley Downs 6019.

Contact Details: cl.wembleydowns@warovers.com.au