Cleveland Bay District (Ext)
Palm tree = lots in the area
Porthole = Ships in the area
Map = Depicts layout of the bay and Magnetic Island
Type = Woven bound, circular yellow border
Previous Badge Variations
The following are variations of the badge:
Type = Woven bound
68 x 68 mm
Cleveland Bay , which is bay in which Townsville is in, was named by Captain James Cook on the HM Bark Endeavour on 6 June 1770, probably in honour of John Cleveland, Secretary to the Admiralty (1751-1763). Alternatively, Cook may have named the bay after the Cleveland Hills near his birthplace of Marton in Yorkshire, England.
Castle Hill district and Ross River district closed, and combined to form Cleveland Bay district in 1989 . The District Commissioner in 1989 was J. J. Snowdowne . It closed sometime around 2002-2003, when Kennedy Area transitioned to becoming Kennedy Region .
Cleveland Bay district Groups (1989) : Aitkenvale Scout Group, Belgian Gardens Scout Group, Bluewater Scout Group, Cutheringa Scout Group, Pioneer Park Scout Group, Kirwan Scout Group, Rasmussen Scout Group, Heatley-Vincent Scout Group, Hermit Park Scout Group, Wulguru Scout Group, Pimlico Scout Group, Mundingburra Scout Group, Townsville South Scout Group 
Cleveland Bay district Groups (2002) : Pioneer Park Scout Group, Kirwan Scout Group, Bluewater Scout Group, Rasmussen Scout Group, Heatley Vincent Scout Group, Hermit Park Scout Group, Wulguru Scout Group, Aitkenvale Scout Group, Pimlico Mundingburra Scout Group, Woodlands Scout Group, Alice River Scout Group, Belgian Gardens Scout Group 
- M. Flecker (2018). Joey Scout Leader, Loam Island, Kennedy Region, Personal communique 12.3.2018.
- The Scout Association of Australia, Queensland Branch (1989). District Commissioners as at 13th November, 1989.
- The Scout Association of Australia, Queensland Branch (1989). Group, District and Area/Region directory as at 22nd August, 1989.