Girl Guides is a unique girls-only environment that provides a safe place to learn and grow.
During school terms Girl Guides will meet once a week in a dedicated hall or community space for 1-2 hours. Guides also meet for excursions, camps, guiding events and community appearances, and while you’re having so much fun, you’ll also be earning badges that celebrate and recognise the things you do and achieve as a Girl Guide.
Guides are structured into Units according to youth ages. Within each Unit are Patrols of up to 6 Guides.
Guides plan their own activities with support from volunteer women called Adult Leaders. Activities vary from week to week and from Unit to Unit.
Units may choose a skill or interest area to focus on with each Patrol planning activities and joining in the fun.
Guides are encouraged to ‘be their best’ when helping run special events together, ‘be prepared’ when working on Challenge badges and applaud each other with a loud ‘bravo’ when that special Award is achieved.
Girl Guides love adventures in the outdoors. Guide Leaders promote physical challenges, resilience, teamwork and self-confidence. Guides learn that girls can do anything, their only limit is their imagination
$185 New Member
Annual membership fees entitle members to participate in Guiding activities at member rates, includes GGA and WAGGGS membership and contributes to the provision of member services.
A Uniform is worn by members all over Australia to create a sense of unity and to identify them as Guides. The Guide uniform includes polo shirts and a blue shirt (for teens) or a striped shirt (for adults) and are to be worn with navy pants. Black sneakers, closed-in shoes or sandals as appropriate are required for footwear. Youth members also wear a sash which displays badges they have achieved.
Other optional items available include jackets, hoodies, hats and bags. A complete list of available items, prices and ordering information can be found in the GGA Uniform Information Booklet. This booklet also provides a helpful sizing chart and information on uniform guidelines and badge placement.
Use the + / – icons to zoom the map in and out, or click and drag to move it. For location and contact details of each of the Girl Guide units in South Australia simply click on the Trefoil Map Pins. Alternatively, you can choose and click from the list below the map (then view the info on the map).