Choosing a Unit to join is an exciting decision! Have a look at the Crews below to see what's on offer in your area. Alternatively if you would like to start a new crew please contact the WARC Vice Chairman on
If you are looking at visiting one of the Crews below, please email the contact details below so the Crew Leader can confirm their activity time, location and any additional information you may need before attending.
Find your Nearest Rover Scout Unit:
A-Z of Rover Scout Units in Western Australia:
Beldon Rover Scout Unit
Beldon Rover Scout Unit is one of the most recent Units in WA to have been established. The Rover Scout Unit is also Perth Metropolitan area’s northernmost Rover Scout Unit. Whilst the Unit is new to Rovers, it does not stop the Unit members from engaging with everything WA Rovers has to offer. The Rover Scout Unit 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 Rover Scout Unit’s main aim is to find a balance between socialising and the principles of Scouting, something which they have started to master. The Rover Scout Unit is very hands-on and is currently working on fundraising so they can attend and participate in everything Scout related. The Rover Scout Unit is made up of a very diverse group of people and numbers are expanding steadily.
Because the Unit is so active they vary their meeting locations and times, so it would be best to contact the Unit Leader to find out when our next meeting/activity is taking place.
Meeting Time: Varies
Meeting Location: Varies
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bibra Lake Rover Scout Unit
Bibra Lake Rover Crew is a highly active yet laid back group of unique people who are incredibly friendly and have become good friends through scouting. We meet weekly and participate in a range of activities (based on social, physical, intellectual, and emotional developmental aspects) selected and organised by our crew members based on their interests. When planning, we take into consideration people’s commitments to ensure everyone can participate. Our main goal is to ensure everyone enjoys themselves and makes connections and great friends through scouting. We get involved with most WA state Rover events such as Sandmoot, Gravelmoot, ANZAC Day Vigil, Rover Ball, and both Motorsport events (Bush Baja and Badgi Bash) although our car needs some work. We try to get as involved with our community as possible. We have refurbished and registered a caravan in hope to take it on many road trips and camps.
Meeting Time: 7 pm-9 pm on Tuesday
Meeting Location: Beeliar Wetlands Centre (184 Hope Road
Contact Details: email@example.com
Canning Rover Scout Unit
Canning might be a smaller crew, but every one of our members has their own skills and interests that come together to make us a great one, with our yearly program including all kinds of fun, interesting, exciting and highly varied activities that reflect our crew’s skill set as a whole. From music, games and art, to circus skills, car skills, science, laser tag, a formal dinner at Maccas, and trying to start up a more regular sailing program, at Canning Rover Crew you’ll never be bored!
Canning runs a yearly pub crawl and was the organising crew for Sandmoot 2018.
Meeting time: 7:30 pm Mondays
Meeting location: Canning Scout Hall Rover Den
Fremantle Rover Scout Unit
The Fremantle Rover crew recently reformed to continue the long history of a Fremantle crew. We are based on the Swan River in East Fremantle, a prime location for all water-based scouting activities such as sailing in both keelboats and dinghies, kayaking and powerboating. We also participate in many Rover-wide activities such as Swanabout, Gravelmoot and Sandmoot and are seeking to expand into motorsports by competing in the Bush Baja. Fremantle is a laid-back crew with a focus on fun and activities and will be growing more in the future as more members bring in new skills and ideas.
Meeting Time: 6:30pm Every Second Monday
Meeting Location: Camp Waller Hall - Jerrat Drive
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kalamunda District Rover Scout Unit
The Kalamunda District Rover Crew was established in 1963 and is one of the oldest continuously running in WA.
We meet monthly at the former Carmel Primary School, Carmel Road, Carmel.
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.
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: 7 pm, 2nd Sunday of the month.
Meeting Location: Old Carmel Primary School, Carmel Road, Carmel.
Contact Details: email@example.com
Mundaring Rover Scout Unit
Mundaring Rover Crew is an energetic crew who like to program for fun and adventure! Most of our members come from the Bilgoman District and Perth’s Eastern Suburbs, but we welcome anyone who is interested in joining our crew.
Our program caters to the diverse range of interests of our crew members. In the past, our activities have included: a chocolate-appreciation night, Japanese campfire cooking, crew camp, Venturer vs Rover photo bean bag scavenger hunt, trebuchet siege, and laser tag. Besides our weekly Tuesday meetings, the members of our crew also get involved in events at a group and state level, such as Mission Impossible, Sandmoot, and ANZAC day.
We strongly believe in the importance of community involvement, as well as assisting and supporting the other sections in our group and district. As a crew, we promote Rovering in everything we do and endeavour to help each of our members achieve the most out of life. If you are looking for adventure, to create new friendships, and to see what Rovers can offer you, please contact our Crew Leader for more information.
Meeting Time: Tuesdays 7 – 9 pm
Meeting Location: Mundaring Scout Hall
Peel District Rover Scout Unit
We are a relatively new Rover Crew in WA that hold weekly meetings and attend most WARC events. We are a group of like-minded people just looking for fun and new adventures.
Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 7:00pm
Meeting Location: Based at Rockingham Scout Hall on Wanliss Street, Rockingham
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
River Rangers District Rover Scout Unit
River Ranges District Rover Crew are a very friendly and diverse crew who enjoy participating in everything the Rover Section has to offer. We are the only Rover Crew in River Ranges District so we strive to maintain strong ties within the local Venturer Units. We strive towards service for other sections and for branch events with about half of the crew members leaders in other sections within the district. We always have a strong presence at WARC events and a constant drive to try anything our program is very diverse and always changing. With our activities involving games nights, pool tournaments, 4wd trips, camping, doggy days out, and so much more.
Meeting Time: Varies
Meeting Location: Whaleback Scout Hall, Whaleback Golf Course, Riverton.
Contact Details: email@example.com
Salter Point Rover Scout Unit
Salter Point Rover Crew is one of the most newly established crews in the State, starting up in 2015. We meet every week on a Thursday night in a variety of locations around Perth, or at our hall in Salter Point. We like to run a variety of activities, including cooking, sailing and rock climbing. We also have a high level of participation at a State level, with many of the Crew attending events such as Sandmoot, Gravelmoot and the Rover Ball. Salter Point Rovers is heavily involved with all sections of Scouting, especially those who also call Salter Point Sea Scouts home.
Meeting Time: 7pm every Sunday
Meeting Location: Cnr Elderfield Rd and Fairview Gardens, Salter Point
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
South West Regional Rover Scout Unit
The South West Regional Rover Crew covers a large area, encompassing both South West Coastal and Southern Forest Districts. This means we cover all the way from Collie to Manjimup, Bunbury to Margaret River. Presently most of our meetings take place in Busselton and Bunbury. Many of our Rovers are also leaders in our local Scout Groups, meaning that we have close ties to the groups in our area. We take part in various activities ranging from debating, craft and board-game nights to archery and bowling. Our crew also enjoys camping and outdoor activities, whether it is at a crew camp or at a state event. We have a traditional interest in motorsports with members of our crew regularly attending Bush Baja and Badji Bash. Now we have a larger crew we are lucky enough to be able to take part in a large range of activities and cater to diverse interests. Whether it is chilling out with friends, working towards your BPSA or belting around a racecourse SWRRC has something for everyone.
Meeting Time: 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month - 7:30pm
Meeting Location: Varies
Contact Details: email@example.com
Subiaco Rover Scout Unit
Subiaco Rover Scout Unit was re-established in 2012 and continues to be an active Unit with a quality program, doing activities that range from Unit camps to our diverse weekly program. We are located on Rokeby Road with Subiaco Scout Group and meet on Monday nights. We strive to run a balanced program including Unit, Group, and WARC events. To find out more about what we do, and to get in contact, search ‘Subiaco Rover Unit’ on Facebook.
Meeting Time: Every Monday
Meeting Location: Varies, Subiaco Hall corner Rokeby and Nicholson Roads, Subiaco.
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Swan District Rover Scout Unit
Swan District Rover Crew is a small, tight-knit group. Our schedule is quite flexible and takes the other commitments of our members, such as university timetables, into consideration when planning our activities. Our Rovers come from Scout Groups all over the Central Swan area, 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, versatile and fun-loving Crew then send our Crew Leader an email and come down to meet us.
Meeting Time: 7pm-9pm
Meeting Location: Varies
Contact Details: email@example.com
Warwick Rover Scout Unit
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 events 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Waylen Bay Rover Scout Unit
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: Snap Chat Cinema, Slam Poetry, WA State Election Q&A and Sunday Evening Sails on the Swan. As a Sea Scout Group our program also features an array of water based activities. We own our own keel boat ‘Spaced Out͟’, which we take out sailing as a Crew and additionally take part in events like Swanabout, a 30-hour sailing endurance competition. We currently own a crew car which we use for Rover Scout Motorsport events such as Bush Baja and Badgi Bash. Our Crew members regularly attend large state events, with many members of our Crew also being involved in the planning, organisation, and running of these events, helping to teach and enhance event management and interpersonal skills. Examples of these events include the annual Rover Ball, Mission Impossible and the ANZAC Day Vigil. The Crew is a consistent achiever of the ‘Quality Rovering Award’, and even won ‘Crew of the Year’ a few times. Meeting Time: Tuesdays 7:30pm Meeting Location: 41A McCallum Crescent, Ardross (best access off Collier St) Contact Details: cl.waylenbay@warovers.
Meeting Time: Tuesdays 7:30pm
Meeting Location: 41A McCallum Crescent, Ardross (best access off Collier St)
Contact Details: email@example.com
Wembley Downs Rover Scout Unit
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 at 3 pm
Meeting Location: Wembley Downs Rover Den, 7 Dover Crescent, Wembley Downs 6019.
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Padbury Rover Scout Unit
We established our Unit a few years ago and we have continued steady growth since that time. Our main focus is stability and inclusivity. We want to ensure everyone has their voice heard and
everyone gets a chance to take charge and lead their own activity for the rest of the Unit to enjoy.
With our focus being stability, we do our best to complete activities from a variety of areas, whether it be a board games night or geocaching in our local area. While we have an Executive team, all of
the members have an input into how the Unit is run and ways we can improve and continue to achieve our goals set out each year. We also place a heavy focus on inter-Section and inter-Unit activities. This helps us bring in new members while also ensuring our current members get to meet other Rover Scouts in WA. This is especially useful considering we regularly attend (and help out) the WA Rover Scout events throughout the year. Whenever we can, we help out in the community and our Scout Group. Whether that be at fundraisers or substituting in for Leaders to run nights for other Sections when they need a break.
We are a very flexible unit, hence why our meeting time and location vary. Whichever member is put in charge of the activity decides when and where to complete the activity, but this is subject to change depending on the needs of the Unit. Since most of our members completed the other sections together, strong foundations have been played to maintain.
Meeting Time: Varies
Meeting Location: Varies
Contact Details: email@example.com