Welcome to 1st Oatley Bay Sea Scouts!

1st Oatley Bay Sea Scouts runs weekly Cub and Scout meetings for both boys and girls at the Scout Hall in the Pleasure Grounds on Annette Street, Oatley. As a dedicated Sea Scout Group, 1st Oatley Bay benefits from a fully equipped boathouse and a riverfront location. The summer activity program features boating nights with canoeing and kayaking for Cubs and also includes sailing for Scouts.

Fun - Adventurous - Challenging

No matter the age of the participant, Scouts provides fun and exciting programs that promote active learning. Whether the young boys and girls are canoeing, camping, visiting museums or helping their local community, the activity is sure to teach them about themselves and the world around them.

Each year, all sections of Scouts learn to share responsibilities and to live with each other through adventures set in the outdoors. Camping, abseiling, caving, horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing and diving are just a few of the exciting experiences that a Scout may have achieved in his or her time as a youth member.

Want to find out more?

Contact our Cub Pack leader if your son or daughter is aged between 8 and 10 years. Email John at 1stoatleybaycubs@gmail.com.

Contact our Scout Pack leader if your son or daughter is aged between 11 and 14 years. Email Mark and Jen at oatleybaytroop@gmail.com.

St george Leader - Clean Up Day 2015 gallery: Volunteers pick up 2.5 tonnes of shire waste and scouts out in St George in record numbers

IN ST GEORGE: (Follow link for photo's and article)

Oatley Pleasure Ground and the Oatley Bay foreshore are rubbish-free because of a major effort by Scouting groups.

Scouts NSW environment commissioner, clean-up coordinator and former Hurstville mayor, Bill Pickering, said the First Oatley Bay Scouts and leaders had spend four hours in the heat on Sunday to collect 10 large bags of assorted rubbish including plastic bottles, aluminium cans, paper wrappings, cigarette butts and various rusty objects.

Mr Pickering said Scouts in NSW put in an excellent effort, with at least 110 groups, equating to about 3300 volunteers, registering for the clean-up event. "This is a record effort for us on the 25th anniversary of Clean Up Australia Day," Mr Pickering said.