Girl Guides Australia

Hub Hyde Park
223 Liverpool St
NSW 2010

Phone: +6128328 0851

Founder Member

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    Number of Girl Guides in 2022

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    Full Member

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    Girls only


I promise that I will do my best To be true to myself and develop my beliefs To serve my community and Australia And live by the Guide Law

Guide Promise

Guide Law

As a Guide I will strive to:

  1. Respect myself and others
  2. Be considerate, honest and trustworthy
  3. Be friendly to others
  4. Make choices for a better world
  5. Use my time and abilities wisely
  6. Be thoughtful and optimistic
  7. Live with courage and strength

Development of the Movement

Guiding began sponataneously in many parts of Australia from 1911 onwards. Soon after the end of the First World War in 1918, each state established its own organization and headquarters. In 1926, a Federal Council was formed linking the states together as the Girl Guides Association of Australia. In 1928, Australia became a founder member of WAGGGS. The constitution was amended in 1958 to include an Australian executive, which enabled Australia to act as a national body. The Association was incorporated in 1980. Following a strategic review in 1994, the name, programme philosophy and training system were revamped. The new name, Guides Australia, was registered in 1996.

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