Girl Guides for Kids - Bunya (4055)

Moreton Bay, Queensland (QLD)

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Girl guides for kids - greater than 5km from Bunya (4055)

31 Guilfoyle St, St Lucia, QLD 4067 10-25 km from Bunya

With age-based groups for girls from aged 5 to 18, our mission is to empower girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members. Groups meet weekly during school terms. Girl Guides is a world-wide organisation, founded over 100 years ago. Members participate in designing their own program within a framework, so their program is always varied, exciting and relevant! Recent activities include camping, kayaking, leadership skills development, body-confidence ...

35 Sampson Street, Deception Bay, QLD 4508 25-50 km from Bunya

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.

Other Community Activities for Kids - in and around Bunya (4055) (within 5km)

Other Community Activities for Kids - greater than 5km from Bunya (4055)

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