Girl Guides for Kids

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Strathfield Girl guides
fun, friendships, adventure—guiding for girls Local groups of Girl Guides are referred to as Guide Districts. Within Districts, Girl Guides are divided into four age groups—or ‘Units’—to ensure activities are age-appropriate. Girls aged 5–7 are Pre-junior Guides; 7–10 are Junior Guides; 10–14 are Guides; and 14–18 are Senior Guides. Units generally meet weekly during the school term. They play games, progress through challenges and earn badges, all of which are steered by ...
Girl Guides Melton District
Girls Only Club from 6-18 years old. Meeting in Guide Hall, Melton. For over 100 years, we have been providing fantastic opportunities for girls and women to meet personal challenges. Guides develop confidence, self-reliance, learn team building and leadership skills - all while making new friends and having fun. Girl Guides Victoria is connected globally to over 10 million members in 145 countries through Girl Guides Australia who is a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts ...
Mona Vale Girl Guides
We are a leadership organisation for girls and young women. We run 3 "units" for girls during school terms (and school holiday camps). The program is girl-led and ranges from camping and outdoor adventure to learning to work in teams, social skills, fun with the arts, global citizenship and more! We are a not-for-profit community minded organisation and accept girls from all cultures, backgrounds and spiritual beliefs. At Mona Vale, we run: "Junior Guides" (for girls aged 7-10) Monday 4.15 - 6pm "Guides" ...
Helping girls and young women grow into confident self respecting responsible community members through a programme of activities covering many life skills in a non-threatening and fun environment. Guiding is available to all girls and women aged 5 years and above. Positions are avaiable in all Units for girls to become members, for women to become a Leader within a Unit and for people interested in helping out in the Support Groups.
3rd Goodwood Scouts and 3rd Goodwood Guides meet and work from their hall at 51 Frederick St Clarence Park. Scouts are in 3 sections starting at Age 6 - Joeys (6-7), Cubs (8-10) and Scouts (11-14), with Venturers (15-17) and Rovers (18-26) also available for older ages. Guides are similarly available for a range of ages. Activities include weekly meetings, mostly in our hall, plus weekend camps and other activities, including combined district and state-wide activities as well as the Jamborees. ...
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3rd Goodwood is ideal for families with some children preferring Scouts and some preferring Guides. The annual fees are kept low by our fund-raising efforts including bottle drives and BBQs.

Girl Guides is the largest movement in the world for girls. There are 10 million Guides around the world, and tens of thousands in Australia. Girls aged between 5 and 18 years have fun and learn skills that develop their self-confidence and community responsibility. Leadership opportunities exist for women over 18 years of age. In addition to these opportunities, young women aged between 18 and 30 years can participate in guiding through the Olave Program. When a girl becomes a Guide, she make a ...

35 Sampson Street, Deception Bay, QLD 4508

Girl Guides provides a non-formal education program that is a dynamic, flexible and values-based while training in life skills, decision-making and leadership. At Guides, girls and women have fantastic opportunities to develop new skills, try exciting activities, gain confidence to think and act for themselves, make new friends, acquire a greater respect for the environment and experience a sense of community.
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