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2 - 4 December 2016

Bay Park, Mount Martha

About 85km south east of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula

Online registrations closed midnight Sunday 27 November 2016

Paper-based applications will now be accepted.  Any paperwork will now need to be emailed.  Fill in the application form as soon as possible, together with a Health Form and indemnity forms below.  Email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or they can be bought with you to VG on the Friday night.

Please note!

  • WATERSLIDE - anyone doing this activity must wear shoes - bring along that old pair of runners that have passed their use-by date and chuck them away afterwards.
  • NEW indemnity forms are required to be submitted - for some of the premium activities.  Some forms are interactive PDFs (instructions below), or you can print off, parents sign, scan and email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before Thursday 1 December.  If not you may miss the activity!
  • EVERYONE attending VG needs to submit either an SAPF or Leader/Rover Medical Authority form, as the online booking system does not allow signature authorisation for medical treatment at VG.
  • If your medical conditions change since filling out the online application, you need to supply an updated Health form to VG on the Friday night when checking in.
  • The gates open from 6pm Friday 2 December, no earlier!  Please be patient while we get ready for the event.

Just released - new activities this year!

For the crafty person, or if you just want to take home a souvenir or two of your VG experience!! Things you need to bring:

Tie Dying

Bring along a garment that is 100% cotton, rayon or silk.

Air Brusher Painting

Bring along a light-coloured or white tshirt to paint.

Glass Painting

Glasses will be provided to paint in any design you want, no need to bring your own.

Just for fun!

Giant Beach Ball

VG is big, now we have beach ball to match.  Not being too cryptic but it is giant.  How big can a ball be?  A normal beach ball is 43cm in diameter, our beach ball is 297cm in diameter, it's 7 times bigger, it's huge!  Play a giant game of Beach volley ball, see it rove around the site.  Have a ball tossing it around.  Just be careful you don’t get squashed!

Don't forget the Saturday night theme of Superheroes - dress up to win prizes!

Some people were able to choose two major activities when they booked in.  This was an error which has now been corrected.
Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to give your first preference, if you don't, one will be chosen for you....

Updated forms for 2016 are available now on the relevant pages.

 

Leaders and Rovers still needed to help with activities

Rovers and Leaders who have booked in, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have a preference for what activity you would like to help with.

Rover crews/Individual rovers are still needed to run activities - free lunch and dinner on Saturday, you will need to provide any other meals .
Please contact Activity Manager Helen Duncan on 0438 093 564 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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