What Else Can I Do In Rovers

MudbashMudbash

Motorsport camp at Victorian Rovers’ very own Mafeking Rover Park over the Queen’s Birthday Weekend. Compete with your Crew’s buggy, or just sit back and watch the mud fly. Click here for more information.

 

MARB (Melbourne Area Rover Ball)

Costumed chaos reigns. Dinner, band, dancing, friends. And costumes. Lots of costumes. Click here for more information.

 

SurfmootSurfmoot

Summer camp at Anglesea over the Australia Day weekend. The ultimate social experience. Click here for more information.


Hoadley Hide

The Easter weekend hiking challenge for Venturers, where Rover Crews run their own challenging ’stunt’ for the hikers during the day, and kick back with other Rovers at the ROC at night. Click here for more information.

 

Rover DinnerBRC at Baw Baw

In October, Rovers put on their serious face (kind of) for Victorian Rover’s awards night. A chance to celebrate and thank some of the people that make the fun possible. Click here for more information.


National Moots

Every three years, a ten-day extravaganza of adventurous and non-adventurous activities is held for Rovers coming from all over the country and internationally.

MotorsportRover Scout Motorsport

Rovers’ very own motorsport club is running more and more events for Rovers to try motorsport. Click here for more information.


Mafeking Rover Park

With a vast wilderness reserve it is a fantastic place for a Crew camp. Ever climbed Mt Quafftumbler at dawn  - spectacular! Mafeking is the spiritual home of Victorian Rovering and the envy of all other states and hosts much of the motorsport program. Click here for more information.


Bogong Rover Chalet

Bogong Chalet in Autumn

Ski Chalet in pristine national park near Falls Creek, owned and operated by Victorian Rovers. Winter Weeks are a must. Why not use it as a base for hiking or cycling during the warmer months? Click here for more information.


WF Waters Chalet, Mt Baw Baw

Ski Chalet in the resort area of Mt Baw Baw, owned and operated by Victorian Rovers. Use it as a base during the ski season, or for hiking or cycling during the warmer months. Click here for more information.


Rover Community Gatherings

Rovers at Fed Square

Once a month (except January), all the Rover Crews in your area meet to share news and to participate in a development activity. Elected Rovers form the executive who run activities and support Crews


Training

All Rovers should complete formal training. Trained Rovers make Crews run better, and offer better programs. It’s fun, challenging, and nationally recognized. Finish with Certificates 3 or 4 or go on to complete the Diploma.

And the rest...

Region camps, Scout theatre productions, parascending, rafting, radio activities, four wheel driving, community service, travel the world and so much more.... Your Rover Crew is there to tell you the rest and do it with you.