Australian Queen’s Scout Association
The Australian Queen’s Scout Association (AQSA) is a fellowship of men and women who have been awarded the Queen’s Scout Badge or its predecessor, the King’s Scout Badge. Only those who have been presented with a Queen’s Scout or King’s Scout Award and who are in good standing with The Scout Association of Australia, may hold membership.
Purpose of AQSA
- To help develop community recognition of the Queen’s Scout Award, and Scouting in general.
- To strengthen the fellowship between Queen’s Scouts through social events and other appropriate activities.
- To enable members to be kept up to date with the latest developments in Scouting, the Achievements of Queen’s Scouts, and forthcoming events.
- To assist the Development of Scouting in suitable ways.
Activities for Members
- Members will receive two newsletters per year containing articles of interest detailing the latest developments in Scouting, the achievements of Queen’s Scouts, and upcoming events.
- Members may be involved in organising and attending special social events held at venues throughout Australia and be invited to visit major events such as Jamborees, Ventures and Moots ect.
There are four levels of membership:
- Three Year membership (Under 21 years old) – $0
- Five year membership – $50
- Ten year membership – $90
- Life membership – $250