Tags: Bribie Island Girl Guides.
Girl Guides have been active on Bribie Island for 47 years, opening the doors at Webster Street in 1972. The girls and their volunteer leaders have been involved in lots of community activities. You’ve probably seen us along the beaches and waterways during Clean Up Australia day, in shop stalls and your neighbourhood selling biscuits, serving sausage sizzles and out and about in the community having fun.
In 2019, Girl Guides have reached a milestone 100 years of Guiding in Queensland and units across the state have been celebrating. Approximately 600 girls and leaders from all over Queensland will be coming together in July at Redland Bay to participate in the Trailblazers State Centenary Camp.
A weeklong outdoor camp where girls can try new and exciting activities such as abseiling, some high ropes elements, water activities, flying fox, music in the bush, heritage activities, wide games and many, many more. Once night falls there will be a disco, night games, campfire, and lots of surprises.
For Guides not able to attend the full week there will be a Fiesta Day. This will be one day for Guides and members of the general public to sample camp, participate in some of the activities and share the celebration. Members of the Andrew Petrie Region Girl Guides (which including Bribie Island Girl Guides) will be involved with both the week-long camp as well as joining in on Fiesta Day.
Bribie Girl Guides (girls aged from 7 to 17 years old) meet every Tuesday night during school terms from 6 pm to 8 pm. There are current vacancies and we’d love you to join in the fun and adventure. If you have any questions, would be interested in joining or hiring our hut for an event please email our Region team at [email protected]