Challenge Badges for Outdoor Activities
As a Guide you can challenge yourself and be recognised by earning a variety of badges relating to the Outdoors. The badges could have an environmental theme or be an active outdoor activity. On completion of each Achieve, Explore, Create and Discover a Challenge you receive a badge providing you have challenged yourself.
Achieve a Challenge badges recognises your skills and abilities at three levels of skills development.
- Explore a Challenge badges can be achieved by yourself or with your friends, there are 10 different areas, many of which include outdoor challenges.
- Create a Challenge badges give you an opportunity to follow your interests and dreams, you choose and write the challenges to extend your knowledge.
Discover a Challenge badges have been designed around the four Elements of the Australian Guide Program – Physical, People, Practical and Self. With this badge you choose challenges which are most suitable for you to complete.
- Junior BP Award, BP Award and Queen’s Guide Award will all challenge you in the outdoors and enable you to try and learn lots of new outdoor skills.
- Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards all have an outdoor component which can be completed if you are a Guide member. For further information contact your State Outdoor Activities Manageror Duke of Edinburgh’s Liaison.