57th Scout Guide Regatta
|7-9 March 2020, Snug
|The Scout Guide Regatta
has been a regular event on the Tasmanian Scouting and Guiding calendar
for 57 years. It is unique in Australia because of its water based
regatta program and being a combined Scouting and Guiding event.
Participants, their Leaders and parents camp in tents around the Snug
Oval with centralised catering.
Venturers, Ranger Guides, Rovers, Olaves, Leaders and parents
participate in both water and land-based events. The water events
include kayaking, canoes, dinghies, yachting, patrol craft, rescue,
greasy pole, raft building and other novelty water events.
|There is also
the opportunity to have a go at kayaking, patrol craft rowing and pacer
dinghies in a non-competitive setting. Land events include tug or war,
ball and chain, gumboot throwing, rope throwing, bucket relays and
flags. Evening activities include an outdoor movie.
Saturday, 7 March 2020 - Time TBC
Guides under 10 years are invited to come along to get an introduction to the Regatta and enjoy all the fun. This is cost free for participants.
Unit registers after 13 December and before about mid-January, there will be a $50 surcharge. unit registrations cannot be accepted after mid-January.
We appreciate numbers may change after your troop/crew/unit has registered – we all know youth members don’t always commit to an event too far in advance. Of course you can add to your numbers, using the Additional Entries Form, until 28 February. Entries cannot be accepted after 28 February.
To assist families with more than two youth members from the same family attending the Regatta, this year we will offer a fee reduction. Youth members are those competing as Scouts, Venturers or Guides 10-17 and includes siblings from different units.
Additional entries form: North West groups
Additional entries form: Southern groups
Additional entries form: Northern groups
Unit participants list
You can add registrations until 28 February. There is a fee increase for registrations made between 22-28 February.
Working with Vulnerable People Card
It is a legal requirement that anyone over 18 camping (staying overnight) at the Regatta must have a Working with Vulnerable People Card. This includes those over 18 camping with Rovers or Olaves who are not registered with the Scout or Guide Association.
Please email details to andrew.hardman@ tas.scouts.com.au - name, WWVP number and expiry date. (Details of the WWVP card held by Guide and Scout Leaders details should already be with the relevant Association).
Regatta Enquiries: Lyn Muir firstname.lastname@example.org