Girl Badge Programs
Saluting Their Service 2018 - Life At Home
In 2018 for Anzac Day, Girl Guides are encouraged to conduct research or undertake activities focusing on life at home during times of war.
For detailed information on how the 2018 Saluting Their Service badge can be earned please click on the link below:Saluting-their-Service-Challenge-2018.pdf
Women In Transport
The National Program Team in partnership with Transport Women Australia Ltd have developed a Program resource, activities and a colouring book to encourage girls to explore a range of activities focusing on transport in Australia.
Women are a vital part of an industry that moves people, food and goods around the country and is a necessary part of both industry but also our daily life.
The program resource Helping to move Australia: Women in Transport provides a range of ideas for girls to pursue including careers, art, science and road safety and they may choose to work towards their Create a Challenge Wheels badge as part of the program.
Women from Transport Women Australia are also keen to visit units and share their experiences and join in activities with the girls as part of this program.
Girls working on the program can also receive a free Activities and colouring book available from the National Program Manager (email@example.com)
Saluting Their Service 2017
For Anzac Day, Girl Guides are encouraged to conduct research or undertake activities to increase understanding of the sacrifice and service of Australian veterans and the involvement of animals in times of conflict.
For detailed information on the Saluting Their Service Badge please click on the link below.
International Year of Pulses and Food Security
For information of the International Year of Pulses and Food Security please click the link below:
Look Wider Still
This pack is for Guide Units that enjoyed the World Environment Day Activity pack and would like further activities on this topic. These extension activities provide ideas to continue learning about the environment along with ways to encourage further action and / or share knowledge.
Advocacy Action Award
The Advocacy Action Award is a badge Guide Units of any age can work on each year during the October – December period. To earn the badge you must complete one clause from each of the three headings: Educate, Speak Out and Take Action. Activity suggestions are included in this kit.
Last year, WAGGGS shared with member organisations a volunteer initiated project of a wall poster with logos of the WAGGGS Member Organisations in Asia Pacific Region.
The wall poster is now complete and available to download and print: Wagggs Poster Asia Pacific Region.
All the policy and procedure relating to Girl Guides can be found on the Guide Lines website www.guidelinesforgirlguides.org.au
Our dedicated volunteers Australia-wide make Guiding happen. From running a Guide Unit, to sharing a specialty skill, our volunteers inspire girls and young women to be their best. Flexible volunteering makes it easy for people to share skills, time and energy in a way that suits their lifestyle. We provide leadership training and support our volunteers to develop new skills which are transferable to other areas of life.
This information package provides a brief overview of what you can expect when volunteering with Girl Guides and answers some questions you may have before beginning volunteering with us.
This information pack is intended to be used in conjunction with more detailed information. You will receive more detailed information during your orientation.
- Volunteer Kit - Printer Friendly
- Volunteer Kit - High Quality
- Seven Steps to Volunteering - Printer Friendly
- Seven Steps to Volunteering - High Quality
Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) and Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI) is an annual event in which around 500,000 Scouts and Guides from all over the world make contact with each other by means of amateur radio on the internet.
Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI) is held on the same weekend as Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) . JOTI connects Guides and Scouts on the internet through Scout-operated Internet chat rooms such as ScoutLink as well as MSN, email, webpages, blogs… you can even use voice communication! Any Guides can take part in JOTI! You can do it as a Unit, Patrol or individually at home. All you need is a computer and internet access.
JOTA JOTI Badge
Order badge from State Guide Shops
Latest JOTA News from Scouts Australia (Audio file) Download Here: AU JOTA JOTI 2014 Opening Address Final
Pre-JOTA JOTI Meeting
- JOTA Activity - Tin Can Telephone
- JOTA JOTI Cheatsheet
- JOTA JOTI Introduction to the Phonetic Alphabet
- JOTA JOTI Phonetic Alphabet Challenge