SPONSORED BY: Rotary Club of Launceston

This zone is designed to allow all the great clubs that are out there get together and tell parents that you exist and how you operate. We would love for clubs to come along and demonstrate some of the activities you run that would be great fun for kids to try. We imagine clubs such as scouts, guides, rural youth, kid’s clubs, and cadets would be perfect for this zone.


City Mission

City Mission is a local not-for-profit supporting the community across Northern Tasmania. We provide a range of services and support including Community & Family Support, Children’s Trauma, Grief & Loss Support, Youth Services, Drug & Alcohol Recovery and Crisis Accommodation. City Mission also operate social enterprise activities to support these services.

* Launching ‘Mini Missioners’ – kids sign up, receive a loyalty card to encourage them to shop/donate with Mission Shops and learn about social responsibility . * Toy and book swap * Christmas Appeal ‘hearts’ activity – children purchase a heart, put their name on it and decorate to hang on a public Christmas Tree.

Scouts Launceston and Tamar

Scouting offers fun and challenging opportunities to grow through adventure activities and is ideal for young people aged 6 to 25. Groups are divided into five age sections: Joeys, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Rovers. Scouts can take part in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, from ‘traditional Scouting skills’ such as camping and bushcraft, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, overnight hiking, rafting, canoeing, snow activities, rock climbing, sailing… even flying! Scouting encourages leadership development, community service, environmental projects and offers the opportunity to be involved large-scale events such as National and International events as well as service projects in developing countries.

Scouts Tasmania are displaying one of their Patrol Boats and have several hands-on displays and activities which are constructed and run by Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and leaders.

The Rotary Club of Launceston

The Rotary Club of Launceston was chartered in 1924 sponsoring the establishment of a further 12 Rotary clubs in District 9830 (Tasmania). The club meets every Wednesday evening at Grand Chancellor Hotel at 6:15pm. The club has had a long involvement with youth programs and the sponsorship of young participation in International Youth Exchange, Youth Leadership development and enrichment.

The Rotary Club of Launceston will have information about Rotary, the club and our programs focusing on youth development and program participation. The club is also providing volunteers to assist on the day.