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Girl Guides Australia international travel opportunities offer unique experiences that will help you develop new skills, create lasting memories, and form lifelong friendships with Girl Guides/Girl Scouts from around the world. Broaden your horizons and become a true global citizen.

19th Girl Scout International Camp, Korea 2023 (online) ‘Together in Nature!’
Would you like to participate in an international camp without leaving Australia? 

The 19th Girl Scout International Camp, Korea 2023 online camp will provide an opportunity for an estimated 1600 girls and young women from the WAGGGS Asia Pacific Region to take part in international exchange activities virtually. Lots of fun for members of the same Unit to take part in too!
“The Korean virtual platform was extraordinary in the way that the activities were released daily, the upload capabilities, the personalisation of your own page and also the Australian Contingent page as well. The professionalism of the Korean Girl Scouts was outstanding during the camp, including the online support.” Kelly Dunham (Assistant Contingent Leader 2021)

What are some of the program highlights?

Opening Ceremony (Live): Monday 2 October, 17:00 AEST.
(Activities website opens at 15.00 AEST)
Closing Ceremony (Video): Friday 6 October, 13:00 AEST.
(Activities website closes at 14:00 AEST)
One of the tasks will be to put together a short video about Girl Guiding in Australia for presentation at the opening ceremony. Some tasks/activities can be done individually while others are group tasks. The official camp languages will be Korean and English.

What tech do I need to access the event?

On PCs: Using MS Edge or Chrome browser is recommended.
On mobiles: It is recommended that you use 4G or higher.

Who can attend?

Youth Members 12-17 years old at the time of the event.
Adult Members 18+.
A minimum of 2 Leaders. Appropriate adult/youth ratios will be maintained.
Participants should be competent IT users, and confident speaking via online platforms.
The Contingent and Assistant Contingent Leaders will need to be tech savvy.
A mentor from the previous Korean online camp 2021 will assist CL team.

How much does it cost to attend?

GGA admin fee $20
Australian International Scarf $20 (optional)

How do I apply? 

Applications via the Girl Guide Traveller website –

When do applications close?

31st July 2023

After registration closes, Korean Girl Scouts will distribute materials via e-mail in early September so that participants can prepare for the online camp.

Discover Incredible India 2024



This is an exciting cultural event allowing you to take part in a range of activities inside and outside of Sangam including exploring the city of Pune, adventures in the Western Ghats and cultural experiences to allow you to discover more about this amazing country. Enjoy tasting new food, shopping opportunities, and making friends while enjoying time together in the beautiful surroundings of Sangam!





This fully catered event allows you to enjoy Sangam with your friends and fellow Girl Guide/Girl Scouts and includes indoor dormitory accommodation (shared bathrooms) – read more.


Sangam, Pune, India.


Depart Australia – 20 January 2024

Event – 22 – 28 January

Arrive Australia – 30 January 2024

  • Guides 16-17 years old at the time of the event.
  • A minimum of 2 Leaders.
  • Olave and 18-30 members: travel independently and join the contingent for the event (subject to adult: youth ratios being met)
  • Youth and Leaders: £700 (AU$1300) includes accommodation, food, and activities.
  • Approx $165 – GGA, Contingent Support Fees and International Scarf.

Additional transport and accommodation expenses – $300.

Total $1765

  • Event fee deposit $200 due – 14 August 2023
  • Airfares (Sydney – Mumbai return approx. $1750)
  • Spending money, passports, travel insurance and flights to/from Sydney extra.

Please note that event pricing is based on current exchange rates and may vary over time and extra costs may be incurred by extending your trip pre or post event.

Applications via the Girl Guide Traveller website –

Applications are no longer being accepted for this trip.

Pacific Exploration of STEM, Hawaii 2024




Experience the multiculturalism of Hawaii along with unique STEM activities at the newly opened STEM Center for Excellence at Camp Paumalu on Oahu’s North Shore.




Learn all about the ocean, outer space, and the earth at this Destination. Explore Polynesia and other cultures as we visit historical locations on the island of Oahu. Stay at the Girl Scouts of Hawai’i Camp Paumalu STEM Center for Excellence located on the North Shore of Oahu. The spirit of aloha—being in the presence of and sharing the essence of life—teaches us lessons of peace, kindness, compassion, and responsibility to future generations.

These lessons are expressed through chants, music, hula, arts, and cultural practices, and through the warm, genuine greetings that are a hallmark of Hawaiian hospitality. These lessons are tied into some of the STEM activities that we will undertake to study earth, space, and ocean science.


Camp Paumalu, Oahu, Hawaii –

This event is fully catered with camping accommodation, all activities and excursions, and transport to and from Honolulu airport included.


Depart Australia 20 June 2024

Arrive 28 June 2024

  • Guides 14-17 years old at the time of the event.
  • A minimum of 2 leaders. (Note: the number of leaders allowed is dependent on the number of youth members attending)
  • Youth and Leaders: US$2500 (AU$3830) includes accommodation, food, and activities
  • Administration and contingent support fees
  • There may be additional accommodation expenses due to flight availability
  • Event fee deposit $765 (US$500) due 1st October 2023
  • Airfares (Sydney – Honolulu return approx. $1700 based on 2023 prices)
  • Spending money, passports, travel insurance and flights to/from Sydney extra

Please note that event pricing is based on current exchange rates and may vary over time and extra costs may be incurred by extending your trip pre or post event.

Applications via the Girl Guide Traveller website –

Closing date: 15 July 2023

Travel Updates Effective 1 June 2023

International travel may resume to approved Girl Guiding events (including camps and jamborees) by Youth Members, Adult Members, contingents and individuals, subject to the requirements set out below and all usual risk management considerations:

  • Travel insurance is a requirement to attend events overseas which the Traveller is to obtain themselves. Travellers take full responsibility for meeting all expenses not covered by their travel insurance including any costs relating to requirements to quarantine.
  • Travellers must meet all requirements for the country they are visiting and for returning to Australia.
  • Travellers should travel by the most direct route and only transit through other countries where direct flights are not available.
  • Travellers are to register their travel plans (via or by email to National Coordinator – International at in advance, including confirmation that they have all relevant vaccines as recommended by their medical adviser.

The above requirements continue to also apply to adults travelling to World Centres (which resumed from 1 June 2022) and Adult Members volunteering at World Centres (which resumed from 1 July 2022). There are no remaining general restrictions on travel imposed by GGA arising from the COVID-19 pandemic other than as set out above.

The National Coordinator – International will consider a range of matters related to COVID-19 in deciding whether to approve the advertisement of international events, the formation of international contingents and group international travel applications including:

  • requirements for vaccination
  • any requirements for insolation or quarantine in the destination countries, and how the risk management planning addresses this risk and
  • Smart Traveller Advisory Levels 1 (Exercise normal precautions) and 2 (Exercise a high degree of caution) only.

Groups or individuals looking to travel in 2023 are encouraged to reach out to the National Coordinator – International ( to ensure that they are kept up to date on any changes to GGA guidance.

Changes may be made to this guidance at short notice if there are changes in government regulations or advice.

World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS)

JOTA JOTA (Jamboree on the Air Jamboree on the Internet) is a Jamboree with a twist! This exciting event promotes international friendship, bringing 2 million young people from around the world together to learn new technology skills, explore different cultures and exchange ideas.

JOTA JOTI 2023 takes place over the weekend of 20 – 23 October.

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Australian Friends of the World Centres (FOWC)

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