Established in 2013, Scout Heritage NSW includes three heritage centres, a fellowship and a management committee – all working together to protect and display our state's valuable archive of Scouting history.

Australian Scout Museum is located at the Newington Armory in Sydney Olympic Park. It's where Joeys, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Rovers learn a little of our past while engaged in activities as diverse as riding the Armory train or a Segway, cracking the code to Escape the Scout Museum, or gaining credits towards their award schemes.

Belfield Resource Centre is located at 2A Carter Street Belfield. Formerly called the "Scout Memorabilia Centre", this is where we store our records and artefacts and where research is conducted into our past. Visitors are welcome to use these facilities by arrangement.

Granville Activity Centre at 2 Arthur Street Granville is our headquarters and back-up archive. Still being established, our mobile heritage team will be housed here and Fellowship members are encouraged to use the facilities as a workshop.

Heritage Management Committee appoints managers to the three sites and oversees their finances and curatorial standards. The committee meets five times a year at the Granville headquarters.

Scout Heritage Fellowship is part of the NSW Fellowships network. All volunteers in Scout Heritage NSW are members of the Scout Heritage Fellowship which meets four times a year for social outings. Fundraising by the Fellowship helps maintain the state collection and members staff the museum. The newsletter NSW Scout Memorabilia News is published quarterly.