Have heaps of fun. Learn new things.

Find new friends, make new besties

As a Junior Guide, you’ll join a group of four to six girls (called a ‘Patrol’) within a larger group of girls called a Unit, that meets once a week—sometimes even more. With the help of an adult Leader you and the other girls decide what stuff you want to do. 

Because you do things as a team, you get to know each other really well. That’s why girls in the same Patrol often become really close friends.

Plus, in addition to the weekly meetings, you’ll get the chance to do things such as bushwalking, have a barbecue, or attend a big event—like Lark in the Park.
Hey Parents & Carers!
Girl Guides is a unique girls-only environment that provides a safe place to learn and grow.

In a time when girls grow up so quickly, and Junior Guides provides a space where girls can be girls for a little bit longer; where they can enjoy fun, friendship and adventure while doing age-appropriate activities; and where even a five year old can gain confidence by speaking up and being heard.

Your daughter will join a Patrol within your area, which is an intimate group of four to six girls who, with the guidance a trained adult volunteer Leader, discover, decide, plan and participate in a wide range of activities that reflect the girls’ interests.


Giggles, energy and excitement fill every meeting. And because Guiding provides a supportive girls-only environment, personal and social development is often greater amongst Guides than it is for girls participating in mixed gender groups or activities.