Rover Scouts are young adults seeking challenge and adventure, whilst also serving the community and having fun. Rovers are the eldest youth section of Scouting, catering for the ages from 18 to the individual's 26th birthday.

Rovers is open to everyone, there’s no need to have any previous involvement with Scouting or any prior outdoor activities experience. We have seven Rover Crews in Tasmania, across most of the major population areas. Each Crew is a group of Rovers who choose their own activities to suit their member's interests. Find your new rover crew or contact us for more information.


Latest News

TBRC would like to extend our congratulations to the current and former Rovers who have received Good Service Awards this year. As mentioned elsewhere in this newsletter.

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Eastern Shore Rover Crew recently ‘booted’ three active members of their Crew - Justin Bloomfield, Camilla Dahl and Cassandra Wise. Amongst a variety of red costumes, those present heard some... Read More >

The month of May saw the booting of Dave Thomas. A fun night was had by all, with the Mt Faulkner Rovers again putting on a fantastic spit roast, and reliving some of Dave’s finest and not so... Read More >

The 2012 Rover Reunion Dinner was held in Ulverstone on Saturday the 26th May. The Dinner was held at the Ulverstone Rowing Club for a 3 course meal. It was fantastic to see approximately 100... Read More >

Over the Easter Weekend, Eastern Shore Rover Crew hosted ‘Giant Board Games Moot’, at Charlotte’s Cove south of Cygnet. Activities included Giant Twister, Giant pick-up-sticks, Giant Monopoly (... Read More >


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