Pathfinders is a fun, social and hands-on way to learn new skills and discover the world God created for us. Children aged 10 to 15 years can attend camping trips where experienced, trained volunteers will teach them survival skills, camping craft and help them discover the exciting wonders of the outdoors.
Children have the opportunity to learn about crafts and hobbies, as well as being offered a taste of future professions they may one day like to pursue. Pathfinders also focus on service, and many clubs get involved with Clean Up Australia Day as well as assisting with local food distribution organisations and shelters.
Many Seventh-day Adventist churches have a Pathfinder Club your child can join. Clubs usually meet monthly on a Saturday and/or Sunday.
Find a Club near you!
To the right is a map of active Pathfinder Clubs in Victoria (2021). If you would like to get involved, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you in contact with your local club’s director.
Please upload this form to SolvSafety two weeks before your activity commences.
Club reports are due by the 10th of each month.
Please fill out this form and send it to your emergency contact for all pathfinder related activities.
Risk Management & Safety
Adventist Outdoor Education – summary standard operating procedures and activity notification, emergency response and risk assessment forms.
More information can be found at the South Pacific Division website
South Pacific Division