The 3rd Kalamunda District Rover Crew was established in 1963 and is one of the oldest continuously running Rover Crews in WA. We organise camps, social nights, volunteer at events, race our crew car and much more. 

We have our own constitution and elect various positions at an Annual General Meeting held in January/February of each year. These positions have a 12-month term.
We regularly participate in many state Rover events (Sandmoot, ANZAC Vigil, Gravel Moot, Baja etc.), other section events (Mission Impossible, Cubilee) and District and community events (Kalamunda show). Many members also have other scouting commitments such as serving as leaders or helpers in other sections of scouting (joeys, Cubs, Scouts and Venturers). Past crew members have also served as members of the WARC and NRC committee. 

We all have a variety of interests; we are very active and are up for pretty much anything so you will always be able to find something in our program that will interest you.
We meet monthly at the former Carmel Primary School, Carmel Road, Carmel, to discuss and organise upcoming events. These meetings are formal and full uniform is worn,

The aims of the crew is to encourage and promote the physical, intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional development of Rovers within the community as well as at a state, national and international level of Scouting.