Welcome to Bibra Lake Scout Group.

Bibra Lake is one of Western Australia’s most active and successful Scout Groups. The enthusiasm of everyone involved has made it that way.

Bibra Lake Scout Group is located at the Cockburn Wetlands Centre next to Bibra Lake and Native Arc – 184 Hope Road Bibra Lake. We utilise the hall and have a large shed that we store all of our scouting equipment.

Scouting is a community affair, Scout Groups are formed and maintained by the community because parents believe in the benefits and teachings offered by Scouting and they want it to be available to their children.

Throughout all sections of the movement, the aim is to encourage the physical, mental, social and spiritual development of young people so that they may take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens.

You can find out more about Bibra Lake Scout Group by downloading our Welcome Pack (2018 pack currently being updated – contact us for more details or see How to Join).

Bibra Lake Scout Group (previously Coolbellup Scout Group) is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary this year. Please see our events page and facebook to keep up to date with events that will be held this year to celebrate this milestone. 



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Cubilee 2018

On 3rd November 2018, the Cubs went to the annual event Cubilee. Cubilee is a fun filled day of various activities. This year’s Cubilee theme was Super Heroes. Bibra Lake Scout Group Scouts and Leaders worked with the WASP team to build the rope bridge for the cubs to enjoy at Cubilee 2018. Lots of … Continue reading Cubilee 2018

Australian Scout Medallion – Kai Mayers

On 17th October 2018, the Bibra Lake Scout Group celebrated one of our Scouts, Kai Mayers who completed all the requirements for the highest achievement in Scouts, the Australian Scout Medallion. The Scouts and Leaders built a very special chariot for Kai to be carried by the other scouts to the ceremony area. The ceremony … Continue reading Australian Scout Medallion – Kai Mayers

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