There are many activities outside of school available for girls—Girl Guides offers girls aged five to 17 something unique: access to a great variety of activities throughout the year. We help girls develop their skills in a safe environment while having fun and finding friends!
Simply, we empower girls and young women to discover their potential as leaders of their world. We like to think of it as changing the world, one Girl Guide at a time.
On behalf of Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT, my deputies—Kerrey, Shaylah, Michelle—and I, hope you enjoy having a look around our website and finding out just how we go about changing the world.
Emily Milton Smith
State Commissioner, Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT
Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT's Board of Directors provides governance, strategic planning, sets policy, ensures accountability, approves and monitors significant projects and expenditure.
Reporting into the Board is our Chief Executive Officer, supported by a body of staff. The CEO and Guide House staff work hand-in-hand with a team of senior volunteers to achieve our Mission and Vision.
What inspires Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT to change the world one Girl Guide at a time? Read our 2021–26 strategic direction here
I promise that I will do my best
To be true to myself and develop my beliefs
To serve my community and Australia
And live by the Guide Law
As a Guide I will strive to:
Respect myself and others
Be considerate, honest and trustworthy
Be friendly to others
Make choices for a better world
Use my time and abilities wisely
Be thoughtful and optimistic
Live with courage and strength
Guide Law Download
Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of the lands on which our office, Guide Halls and properties are located and where we deliver and promote Guiding. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present. Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT celebrates the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ and their unique and ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to the land, waters and seas of NSW, ACT & NT.
For insight into the objective, priniciples and rules of the Association, read our Constitution
To gain more insight into the Association, read our 2022 Annual Report , 2021 Annual Report , 2020 Annual Report , our 2019 Annual Report , our 2018 Annual Report and our 2017 Annual Report