The National Rover Council executive are peer elected at the annual National Rover Council meetings and are responsible for following up on decisions made at these meetings. The executive liaise with Rovers in each Branch of Australia in order to develop new initiatives, share best practice examples and to encourage communication and shared experiences by Rovers throughout Australia. The National Rover Council executive take on representative roles as youth members to National councils and committees, with the National Rover Council Chairman being a member of the National Team of Scouts Australia and appointed as a Delegate of Scouts Australia to Asia-Pacific and World Scout Youth Forums and Conferences.
The National Rover Council also oversees the programme of Australian Rover Moots and the Rover component of Australian Ventures (Roverscope), which occur every three years. They also work with the National Team of Scouts Australia to foster relationships with Rovers in other countries and to share best practice examples so as to improve the Rover programme within Australia and abroad,” (National Rover Council, Scouts Australia 2012)
National Rover Council, Scouts Australia. 2012. Rover Council's – History ad Roles. http://www.rovers.com.au/rolesandhistory.asp