Hi :), Thanks for visiting our Kiwi Woggle 2021 website.
This blog post contains a quick overview update. It’s positive and good 🙂
We’re very glad we’re able to proceed with Kiwi Woggle and look forward to being your host for the event this year! 🙂
This camp will be conducted under the Queensland Scouts COVID-19 plan and must comply with QBSI.
Please reach out to our organising committee if you have any questions or concerns. Our contact details are at the bottom of each page of this website. We look forward to welcoming you to #Cook250 Kiwi Woggle at Wyper Park this April!
As you can imagine, the postponement of this camp, then the re-scheduling and then re-organising of it has posed a few extra challenges. Nothing dramatic though; just a little extra work and planning.
11/03/21 update: We have been holding off updating this website until all was clear and finalised. We have now updated the website with all the latest information. Please have a good read through our website home page and the Frequently Asked Questions page.
We recommend re-reading the FAQ’s page one week prior to the camp in-case there are any further FAQ’s added and/or any final amendments.
Regarding Online Registration for the Camp:
This year we are utilising the Scouts Queensland Event Online Registration System. It will be completed very shortly. The online registration system will be linked to this website as soon as it is ready. Please bookmark this website and check back regularly (we suggest every 2 days).
All applications are to be submitted by the end-of-day on the 24th of March.
We look forward to a fun Kiwi Woggle 2021! Look forward to seeing you there 🙂
PS. You’ll notice we have kept the name of the event ‘Kiwi Woggle 2020’. We’ve decided to do this for future prosperity since the event was really supposed to happen in 2020. We hope this does not cause confusion. We very much doubt it will.
We hope you agree with our reasoning for retaining the name ‘Kiwi Woggle 2020’ for the logo and other materials.
Staying in Touch Prior to and During the Camp:
Since Facebook is becoming more and more unreliable, we recommend visiting our website blog regularly for any updates or announcements prior to the camp. You can also like our Kiwi Woggle Facebook page, though we don’t recommend relying upon it purely to receive updates in your Facebook news feed. Visiting (and re-visiting) our website (and its blog) is a much better option in our option and from speaking with the Digital Marketing agency who are assisting us with our online communications and website, Facebooking, etc.
During the camp itself: we may post occasionally to our Facebook page. We may even post a blog article or two here on our website. We’re not planning to run an Instagram channel at this stage.