100th Anniversary of Scouting
2007 marks the 100th anniversary of Scouting. It was on Brownsea Island that B-P held the first scout camp in 1907.
Centenary of Scouting Web Site
Scouts Australia has created a special website to showcase all the special Australian events marking the Centenary of Scouting.
Follow this link to access centenary.scouts.com.au.
Centenary of Scouting Radio Award
- To help celebrate the centenary of Scouting through the medium of radio.
- To help publicise the Centenary,
- and to provide radio amateurs the opportunity of gaining another Award.
Stations are required to contact Scout and Guide stations to count for points as follows:
- Each ordinary Scout station counts one point.
- Each Scout station can only be counted once, regardless of band or mode.
- Special Event Scout stations count 2 points.
- The World Jamboree, Gilwell Park and Brownsea Island stations count 5 points.
- Other National Centenary stations also count 5 points. These are stations (usually one in each country) that have been designated as National Centenary stations e.g. VI3SAA in Australia, BP100S in Taiwan, 8J1S in Japan and EI100S in Ireland.
For more information head on over to the Centenary of Scouting Radio Award website.