Five fantastic facilities
Five unique venues comprise the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s fantastic property portfolio in its operational area – the Scout Hall, which overlooks the spectacular Swan River in Applecross, and four facilities in Ardross, namely the Cub Hall, the Guide Hall, the Rover Den and the Venturer Den.
Positioned at the Goolugatup Heathcote cultural precinct end of one of the premier riverside streets in Applecross, the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s Scout Hall is an air-conditioned, environmentally sustainable venue, which boasts beautiful Jarrah floorboards, modern cooking facilities and stunning water views.
Located on the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s Ardross site, which offers a quiet bush setting despite being easily accessible from either the Canning Highway or Riseley Street arterial roads, is the Cub Hall, which features excellent venue amenities, extensive surrounding lawns and plentiful car parking.
None of the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s Units uses the Guide Hall for Scouting activities on a regular basis, which means the renovated historic Ardross premises situated on the same green site as the Cub Hall are frequently available for members of the community to hire, and their pricing is competitive.
The Rover Den occupies a small section of the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s Ardross block adjacent to the Collier Street vehicular entrance, and it is where Rover Scouts, who are young adults between 18 and 25 years, become well-rounded individuals who go beyond the horizon to help create a better world.
The Venturer Den sits on the McCallum Crescent side of the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s Ardross plot, and it is where Venturer Scouts, who are adolescents aged between 15 and 17 years, are challenged to look wide – to seek opportunities for adventures they may not have thought possible.