Welcome to Kiwi Woggle 2018
Kiwi Woggle 2018 is a 4 day competition Scout Camp that will be held at Rocky Creek Campsite at Landsborough on the beautiful Sunshine Coast.
This Year’s Kiwi Woggle theme will be: Recycling
It starts on Good Friday, 30th March 2018 and ends on Easter Monday, 2nd April 2018.
Register for Kiwi Woggle 2018 - Coming Soon
What is Kiwi Woggle?
KIWI Woggle is the oldest Scout competition camp (for 11-14 year old boys and girls) running in Queensland.
Running over the four days of Easter, the camp involves teams in Patrols competing for a perpetual trophy, the "Kiwi Woggle" by way of participation in activities, camping by applying the Queensland Scouts Camping Standards and teamwork challenges.
This years Kiwi Woggle Camp is being conducted at Rocky Creek Scout Campground at Landsborough and the theme is "Recycling" to celebrate the introduction of paid recycling coming to Queensland in 2018.
The Kiwi Woggle trophy is named after David Thain Weir "Kiwi" an infamous Queensland Scout who dedicated over 20 years to being a Leader. The trophy is modelled on his woggle which is the holder for the Scout scarf to keep it secured around the neck.
Almost a generation of Scouts in South East Queensland have now attended the Kiwi Woggle competition camp and "Kiwi" has personally attended many times as an honoured visitor.
Kiwi Woggle Camp involves Patrols competing for the Kiwi Woggle Trophy by way of participation in activities, teamwork and applying the Queensland Scouts Camping Standards.
It is an oppertunity for you and your PATROL to put those Camping Standard Skills you learnt at the Den into a real challenging camping situation and have a heap of fun along the way.
Patrols will camp independently in Sub Camps under the supervision of Sub Camp Leaders.
Young or inexperienced patrols can also attend Kiwi Woggle with Leader Support to gain valuable experiences and nights under canvas.
There are so many different fun and challenging activities at Kiwi Woggle for your Patrol to enjoy.
- Geocaching and Navigation Challenges
- Performing Skits on the Variety Night
- Ropes Challenge Course
- Initiative Challenges
- Mountain Biking
- Metal Sculpting
- Rock Climbing
- Raft Building
*Activities not yet finalised - use only as a guide - will vary from the above list
Part of being a Scout is following “The Scouts Code” - Good Scouting Standards, Friendship, Good Sportsmanship, Teamwork, Camping Expertise and Patrol Participation. Kiwi Woggle is designed to promote the "Scout Code" at it challenges Scouts, builds character and prepares you for the future adult world.