What is a National Moot?
A Moot is a gathering of Rovers from all across Australia and the World who participate in a multi-day program filled with fun, challenging and adventurous activities. At a Moot there is always the opportunity to try something new, develop yourself, and make many new friends from all over!
I am not a Rover or a member of Scouts Australia. Can I attend?
Check out the eligibility page for more info on the criteria for attendance.
I am currently a Venturer (and/or currently under 18), can I still apply?
Yes, as long as you will be 18 by the 31st December 2022 you can apply, however you will need to still be a member of the association during the event.
How much will AIM cost and what do my fees pay for?
You can find out all the information you need on the Pricing + Costs page. Fees have now all been released so be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date.
How do I pay my fees and can I pay in installments?
Payment of your fees is done through your registration page - a link can be found here. You can pay by direct deposit or with card, neither of which have fees attached. You can pay as much as you want, when you want, but to ensure you get the expedition and activities you want, you need to follow the payment deadlines. All of this info and more, can be found on the Pricing + Costs page.
I can no longer attend AIM. How do I withdraw my application?
If you need to withdraw from AIM for whatever reason, send an email to our Admin team and they can help you with the process, including refunds.
How do I get to AIM?
Tasmania, being an island, means you will need to enter the state by either plane or boat. Check out the Pricing + Costs page for more information on travel options.
How will AIM be structured? And why only 9 days?
After a lot of careful consideration, we have figured out a structure that will fit the 9 days, will work for everyone, and still pack in as much fun as possible. Check out the Activities + Expeditions page for a handy info-graphic!
AIM will run from a Saturday to the following Sunday. This means that you only need to take 1 working week of holidays! The shorter length will also reduce overall costs.
What do I need to bring?
If your contingent hasn't got a pack list, you can refer to our handy guide to help you pack.
In need of financial assistance?
Moot Buddies is a financial assistance program, run by the National Rover Council to provide help to Rover Scouts who under other circumstances would not be able to attend a National Rover Scout Moot due to financial restrictions. Find out more about Moot Buddies on the Pricing + Costs page.
Still have a question?
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