What are the dates for AJ2019?
4 January 2019 to 14 January 2019.
When will the visitor’s day be held?
12 January 2019.
What is the age range for participants?
Scouts must be aged between 11 and 15 years on 4 January 2019. Eligible birthdates range from 5 January 2004 to 4 January 2008.
It may be possible for a Scout to be aged less than 11 years, but they must have met all the additional requirements, including achievement of the Pioneer Badge and 10 nights under canvas, 3 of which must be consecutive.
What are the requirements for Scouts attending AJ2019?
Scouts must have achieved their Pioneer Badge, and camped out under canvas for at least 10 nights, 3 of which must be consecutive.
How much will AJ2019 cost?
The fee for Western Australian participants has been set at $2,450 for Scouts and $1,685 for all other participants.
This fee includes:
- the full Jamboree program, including offsite and onsite activities.
- travel to and from the Jamboree from a major airport in Western Australia.
- all meals for the duration of the Jamboree.
- Jamboree and Contingent merchandise.
- Western Australian Contingent Pre-Jamboree Camp.
What is the payment schedule for AJ2019?
|First Payment due with application form||$1,000||$500||$500|
|Second Payment due 28 February 2018||$720||$455||$455|
|Third Payment due 30 April 2018||$365||$365||$365|
|Final Payment due by 30 May 2018||$365||$365||$365|
When will applications open?
When will Scouts and Leaders be allocated to Jamboree Troops?
Scouts and line leaders will be advised of Jamboree Troop allocations in June 2018.
What are the arrangements for special diets?
There will be an opportunity to nominate special diets in the application process. This will need to be supported by medical evidence.
What are the dates for the Pre-Jamboree Camp?
The Pre-Jamboree Camp will be held from Saturday 22 September 2018 to Monday 24 September 2018.
Where can I get more information?
Fill out the contact form below and a member of the Contingent Team will get back to you as soon as possible!