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Scarf Day 2023

On Tuesday August 1st, Scouts all over the country participated in Scout Scarf Day. Scarf Day is an annual event where Scouts get to show their Scout pride and increase the public’s awareness of Scouting.

ALT@S 2023

From the 11th – 15th April 19 young people from all over New Zealand sailed and kayaked around various islands in the Hauraki Gulf and practiced their new seamanship knowledge and leadership skills as part of the ATL@S National School!

Rover Moot 2023

Over Easter, Rovers in NZ as well as a contingent from Australia came together on the West Coast for their annual Moot!

ANZAC Day 2023

On ANZAC Day, Scouts across New Zealand participated in dawn services and parades. Bravo to the Kaiārahi and young people who commemorated the day.

Two girls having fun, lying in a large puddle of mud


Usually held to coincide with Founder’s Day weekend, mudslides are hosted by Groups and Zones across the country.  They are a great day for the whole family and a chance for the public to come along and see what Scouts is all about.  

The Scouts Aotearoa National Commissioner takes a selfie with the attendees of the MoanaRua Zone Founder's Day Camp


Every year on 22 February we recognise the birthday of our Founder, Lord Baden-Powell, as well as celebrate the lasting legacy of the Scout Movement. For over 100 years, young people have been taught life and leadership skills to improve their local communities and create a better world!

ignite ’23

Youth from all over New Zealand, Australia and further afield came together for ten days of action-packed fun from 29th Dec to 8th January.