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About NSW Rover Council

NSW Rover Council

The NSWRC, also known as SRC is the State Rover Council, a committee which represents the interests and makes decisions on behalf of all New South Wales Rover Scouts.

The council is made up of 2 delegates from each Region Rover Council in the State and the NSW Lones Rover Crew.  It also includes each Region’s Commissioner/Advisor.

The council has multiple advisers who are endorsed annually at the Annual Report Presentation.

NSWRC meets six time a year where they approve State awards, co-ordinate training, liaise with other Branch Rover Councils and the National Rover Council (NRC), develop policies and initiatives and encourage the further development of Rovering in NSW.