ELIGIBILITY TO ATTEND AS A SCOUT

  • Be a registered Scout with Scouts Australia
  • Have completed the Pioneer level badge or Milestone 1 and OAS Stage 3 in the new award scheme
  • Have camped ten (10) nights under canvas as a Scout with three (3) of those nights being consecutive
  • Have approval from their Scout Leader/Group Leader (or leader in charge)
  • Have written consent from parents/guardians
  • Have approval from the Australian Contingent Leader
  • Have not had their 15th birthday before 26 December 2019

ELIGIBILITY TO ATTEND AS A VENTURER SCOUT

  • Be registered as a Venturer Scout with Scouts Australia
  • Be a minimum of 16 years of age and have not had their 18th birthday by 7 January 2020
  • Have completed the Venturing Skills Award or Milestone 1 and OAS Stage 4 in the new award scheme
  • Have a desire to provide service to Scouts
  • Be recommended by their Venturer Leader as being of excellent character, a good role model to Scouts and has the skills and abilities to
  • undertake the activity (or other tasks) nominated on the application form
  • Have written consent from parents/guardian
  • Have approval from the Australian Contingent Leader

ELIGIBILITY TO ATTEND AS A ROVER SCOUT

  • Be registered as a Rover Scout with Scouts Australia
  • Be recommended by their Crew Leader as being of excellent character, a good role model to Scouts and have the skills and abilities to
  • undertake the activity (or other tasks) nominated on the application form
  • Have approval from the Australian Contingent Leader
  • Have complied with their home Branch Membership requirements
  • Hold a valid working with children/vulnerable people registration issued within their state/territory
  • Completion of the Scouts Australia e-Learning Modules on Child Safe and Workplace Health and Safety

ELIGIBILITY TO ATTEND AS AN ADULT LEADER OR OTHER ADULT
Hold a Certificate of Adult Leadership

  • Have approval from the Australian Contingent Leader
  • Hold a valid working with children/vulnerable people registration issued within their state/territory
  • Completion of the Scouts Australia e-Learning Modules on Child Safe and Workplace Health and Safety
  • Other Adults who:
  • Are registered members of Scouts Australia (e.g. Office Holders, Fellowship)
  • Hold a valid working with children/vulnerable people registrations issued within their state/territory
  • Be recommended by their line manager
  • Have approval from the Australian Contingent Leader
  • Completion of the Scouts Australia e-Learning Modules on Child Safe and Workplace Health and Safety

All participants must be members of the Australian Contingent, pay the Contingent Fee, and complete a Participant Application. All applicants must
be recommended by their Group Leader and/or responsible line manager as suitable members of the Contingent.
All applicants are reminded that their membership of the Australian Contingent is a privilege, not a right, and that behaviour standards will be
monitored over the period from point of application acceptance to and including participation in the Jamboree and if relevant, the post-jamboree
tour to ascertain and maintain attendance eligibility. If accepted rules of behaviour for membership of the contingent are not adhered to the
participant will be sent home at their own expense.

A New Zealand Jamboree is a wonderful experience. Thank you for considering an application.

JAMBOREE ROLES (Rovers, Leaders and Other Adults)
Jamboree roles will be allocated by the Australian Contingent Leader in consultation with the 22nd New Zealand Scout Jamboree organising
committee according to the requirements and needs of that committee and the Contingent. Your preferences and skills will be considered in
making this application however we may not be able to give you your preference and preference to camp with Scouts in troop lines will be given to
eligible Scout section leaders. We seek your cooperation in accepting your role when allocated to ensure a successful and enjoyable Jamboree
experience