The Chiefs visited Australia during their world tour of 1934. Their main stop was the Centenary Jamboree at Frankston in Melbourne. Again they came via Port Moresby, also stopping at Darwin, Thursday Island, Townsville, Brisbane (for just one hour), and a weekend at a huge rally at Centennial Park in Sydney. The Jamboree in Melbourne was the first time the internationally-known and translated round, Kookaburra, was sung en masse. The song was written by a Guider from Frankston, Marion Sinclair.
After the Jamboree, the BPs went on to Adelaide, where Lady BP officially opened Paxlease Training Centre.