Garrigal and Northern Beaches District Scouts and Girl Guides NSW & ACT

61st Jamboree On The Air / 22nd Jamboree On The Internet

Narrabeen Australia 19-21 October 2018

Life on Land - United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 15

The third weekend in October is the Jamboree of the Air (JOTA) and Jamboree on the Internet (JOTI). The last Australian Jamboree had around 11,000 participants, and the next World Jamboree in the USA will have more than 40,000. That's nothing compared to JOTA which is the biggest activity in Scouting, with more than 1.3 million participants from over 150 countries.

Garrigal and Northern Beaches District Scouts and Northern Sydney Girl Guides hold a combined camp on this weekend where they connect with Scouts and Guides across the world using the airwaves and the internet.

Camp Information Photo Gallery Amateur Radio and JOTA
Guide Radio Badges Scout Radio Badges 25 years

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JFC Australia, JHJ. Activities taking place on the weekend include amateur radio and echolink using the call sign VK2SNR and a network of computers participating in JOTI using Scoutlink. Narrabeen Lagoon is adjacent to our campsite and we will be using it for a range of water activities.

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For more information about attending the camp you can view the leader information.

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