Queen’s Guide Award

The Queen’s Guide Award is the peak achievement award for youth members and provides an opportunity for extraordinary personal development and greater self-awareness.

A new syllubus was released on February 14 2023. The new syllabus provides a wide range of challenges making the Award more relevant to today’s Girl Guides and easier to understand for girls, Leaders, and parents.

Guides must be at least 13 years of age prior to starting any work on this Award. Guides should have had the experience of working on challenges to broaden their experiences and have learnt the processes of choosing, planning, doing and evaluating a personal challenge.

Girls who commenced working on their Queen’s Guide Award prior to February 2023 may continue working on the syllabus they commenced or transfer to the new syllabus.  The State Queen’s Guide coordinator can provide support during the transition period.

Queen’s Guide Overview Queen’s Guide Registration Queen’s Guide Award Booklet
February 2023

Are you a Leader of 13+ Guides and want to learn more about the new Queen’s Guide Syllabus?
2 information sessions are being held to provide an opportunity to hear about the new Syllabus and ask questions.

Info Session 1 – Thursday March 30 – 8pm
RSVP by Wednesday March 29 by 11pm
Info Session 2 – Tuesday April 4 – 8pm
RSVP by Monday April 3 by 11pm

You only need to attend 1 of the sessions.

RSVP here to register your attendance

The Badge Slip to purchase the badge from the Guide Shop will be sent to your Leader by the Queen’s Guide Coordinator. There is both a metal badge and a cloth badge.

The Queen’s Guide Certificates are presented at a Ceremony at Government House. To be eligible to attend this Ceremony, Guides need to complete all their challenges and have sent all their reports/information to the Queen’s Guide Coordinator by the end of August.

Queen’s Guide Association Contacts

Want to find out more or have a question?
Email Queen’s Guide Coordinator

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