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Safety Alert - PFDs

22 Apr 2017

Scouts SA advice in use of Personal Flotation Devices (22 April 2017)

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Scouts SA Cooking & Camping Competition

18 Apr 2017

The Scouts SA Cooking and Camping Competition will be held on 27 to 28 May at Woodhouse

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Adult Recognition Award nominations

23 Nov 2016

Awards nominations for recognition of Good Service to Scouts Australia are now open

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Your Ideas for 2017!

28 Apr 2016

The Scout Program is Youth Led, Adult Supported. We're after your ideas for 2017!

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About Us

The Flagstaff Hill Scout Group is the largest Scout Group in South Australia and part of the Hills to Coast Scout District.

 

Weekly meetings are held in the combined Scout and Guide Complex 'Taikaringa' located at 161 Black Road, Flagstaff Hill. Scout Hall location on Google Maps (Scout Hall entrance is to the right of the School Oval).

Google Map Street view of the entrance to our hall.


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Group Scarf

The Group Neckie (also known as a Scarf) distinguishes members of our Group from all others.

The meaning of the colours on our neckie are:

Black base - all Districts South of the Torrens River that runs through Adelaide.

Dark blue stripe - Groups within the local area

Green and yellow - Flagstaff Hill Scout Group

The peak of the neckie holds the Group badge.

 

Group Badge

 

The Flagstaff Hill Scout Group badge is made up of the following components

The Wreath is of wattle leaves and blossom representing the general encircling of our suburb by bushland and recreation parks. The acacia pycnantha (Golden Wattle) is Australia's floral emblem

The Mounted Horseman represents Colonel William Light, who surveyed the City of Adelaide. In 1837 he erected a flagpole at the top of what became known as Flagstaff Hill. This he used as one of his many trig points

Colonel Light is dressed in the uniform of a Colonel of the British Army Lancers in which he was commissioned. He carries a lance and flag indicative of the Lancers

The Horse represents the mode of travel in the era

The Fleur-de-lis are indicative of the Scouting movement.