A Simplistic Review of 2013

Its been a while since an update has been posted about our crew. In fact, the growth of the crew has inspired a new variety of activities and adventures for our Rovers to embark on. Without further a due, I give you the Simplistic Review of 2013, where I try in as few words as
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6 Months Down of 2012, 6 more exciting ones to come

So since the last update on our website there have been many awesome weekends away and acvitites that our crew has taken part in. We have also grown in numbers with 10 New people joining the crew since the begining of the year and 8 of them being squired. But back to the awesome activities
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Anzac Day 2012

This year there was a huge rover presesnce again at Martin place for the dawn service. You can see the pictures below of some of our rovers out there with other rovers and the 1st Turramurra Scout Group  

New year brings new activities

Hey everyone, From everyone at Turramurra Rover crew we hope you all had a good Xmas and New Years Eve and enjoyed what ever you took part in. For us the fun never stops, with the crew out and about doing service orientated and outdoor orientated activities, even before the new year had started! Activities
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Occupy Canyons

Who said rain makes things less fun? well for Turramurra Rovers and venturers it makes it more awesome with a big joint canyoning weekend doing Empress Canyon and Grand Canyon. Lots of fun was had by all who attended 🙂

Hike for Hunger 2011

Once again Turramurra Rovers have got their can on again to help collect for assist the Wesley Mission in supporting the homeless and families in need over the upcoming year. We collected about 3,020 Items of food (in the form of cans of food, and bags of rice and pasta) which is a great effort
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Harbour Cruise 2011

On 14th October, about 200 Rovers and friends gathered at the Commissioner’s Stairs in Circular Quay in preparation for another fantastic Turramurra Harbour Cruise! With this year’s theme being “Masquerade”, the most common thing heard all night was, “Oh, I didn’t recognise you under the mask!” And what masks they were. The three storey cruise
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Goodbye Jen

Goodbye Jen

There comes at time in peoples lives during rovers that they turn 26, which means that they have outlived their time as a rover in the scouting movement, but not in the movement entirely. This weekend Rovers from Turramurra and various other crews both past and present came together to celebrate Jens life in rovers
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Anzac day 2010

Anzac day 2010

A Summary of Events of 1st Turramurra’s ANZAC Day Adventures by Fred(Nick)ANZAC Day 2010 – Wet, Windy, Inspiring At the ridiculous hour of 3am there sat eight Turramurra Rovers on a train bound to Wynyard. Swa, Glyn (who was very awake), Marcus (slumped on his chair), Lucy (with hair not washed for 4 days), Mark
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