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    Community Youth Centres

    The Hill Youth Centre offers a program of activities for young people aged 10-18 years. Just some of these activities include sporting and recreational activities, cooking, dance, and education and employment assistance and free wifi. Referrals, support, advocacy and one-on-one appointments are available outside of hours by appointment. School based workshops are available and anger management, anti-bullying, young men’s and young women’s programs can also be run in schools. The centre... Read more

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    FREE FREE FREE!!!!! The Parks Community Network Inc have a Youth Drop In service for 12-24 years living in the Fairfield Local Government Area. At present, we have FREE activities such as Bootcamp Fitness, Creative Cooking, Self Defence and Events Management Course. LOUD! Tribe project (youth group that organise events for youth) meets every week. Every Thursday, if between the age of 12-24, you can take part in any of these activities for FREE. You also have the choice to "hang out, " play... Read more

    The place where connections are made and opportunities realised. Emerald Community House is a not for profit organisation that provides a supportive and welcoming environment where people can meet, exchange ideas and gain skills, knowledge and confidence. A wide range of community interests and needs is reflected in the education programs and services offered. To support and strengthen the community through consistently providing high quality programs, activities and services with a focus on education... Read more

    A Non-for-Profit organisation for local kids between 13-18 to join the local Navy Cadets. We have a range of activities, teach cadets leadership skills, make new friends. We open every second Tuesday and every second Friday. With camps on different weekends through out the year. Read more

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    CPL (formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy League) stands for Choice, Passion and Life. CPL is a non-profit organisation that provides vital support and services to more than 8,000 children and adults with disabilities in Queensland and Northern NSW. CPL gives you the freedom of choice, the opportunity to chase your passion and the support to live the life you choose. We provide services every day, at every stage of your life and have been doing so for over 65 years in thousands of homes, schools,... Read more

    Sikh Youth Australia ( SYA) is a charitable not-for-profit organisation established in 1999. SYA organises programs and events across Australia which empower Sikh youth, young adults and parents using volunteers in NSW, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia. SYA activities seek to nuture Sikh youth, help young adults develop their full potential and assist parents to be proud and successful Australian Sikhs. The activities include summer camps, youth leadership camps, Art and Cultural events... Read more

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    We offer three weeks free, for you and your girl to trial Girl Guides. Girl Guides Australia is one of the largest organisations in Australia for girls and young women. It provides leadership and personal skills development to its 30,000 members, including 22,000 youth members. Girl Guides Australia is one of the 26 founder member countries of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, founded in 1928. With ten million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts from 145 countries across the world, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is the largest voluntary movement dedicated to girls and young women in the world. The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts supports girls and young women to develop their full potential as responsible citizens of the world by focusing on leadership development and active citizenship. This is delivered through innovative global education and community and advocacy programmes. We deliver a well-established, unique values-based approach to non-formal learning that is international and intergenerational. Girls and young women develop life skills through self-development, challenge and adventure. The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts owns and operates Four World Centres located in England, Switzerland, Mexico and India. Girl Guides and Girl Scouts visit to participate in events, trainings, conferences and often return many times for a unique international experience. Girl Guides Australia has its own Friends of the World Centres group, which you can join. See here for more info on membership and fees. You will receive four newsletters per year, filled with the latest news from the World Centres, as well as program and fundraising ideas. Your financial contribution is also helping the World Centres to provide life changing international experiences to everyone who visits.

    Power House Junior Rugby Union Club is a great pathway for our young people to learn and put into practice important attributes, skills and attitudes to take into all their life Experiences. Since 1933 Power House the club has helped pave the way for many great leaders and role models on and off the rugby field. We keep our registration fees for our volunteer-run club low, so that everyone has the opportunity to play this great sport. Our experienced and dedicated coaches provide a great and safe... Read more

    ACTIVE KIDS VOUCHERS ACCEPTED!

    Active Kids Vouchers can be used toward after school classes. Term bookings only. See events listing for whats on, when and where!

    Bornhoffen is PCYC’s (Police-Citizens Youth Clubs) Leadership Development Centre. We are a not for profit, community organisation and social enterprise located at Natural Bridge in the spectacular Gold Coast hinterland. Our purpose is to inspire young people to be self aware, to build their social skills and to contribute positively to their community. We work in partnership with schools and community organisations to deliver leadership development programs at Bornhoffen or any place in Queensland.... Read more

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    New members may attend the first three section night meetings for free! Call our group leader Chris and come down to the hall to join in the fun.

    Girls' Brigade Victoria seeks to develop tomorrow's leaders today, with a vibrant enthusiasm to "seek, serve and follow Christ." The Girls' Brigade operates internationally in conjunction with many Christian Churches of all denominations and seeks to develop girls and young women in life and leadership skills and team work, whilst developing meaningful and supportive relationships, within a fun, safe and secure environment. Most importantly, it aims to build girls and young women up in their... Read more

    Catholic Youth Services is the agency for young people in the Archdiocese of Sydney. Catholic Youth Services aims to help young people come to an ever deeper encounter with Christ. This journey towards Christ is one that never ends, we all find ourselves at different places, and we continually invite young people to join us wherever they are at that time. Catholic Youth Services in all its outreach activities - social, spiritual or formative - seeks to support and guide youth and young adults towards... Read more

    Mt Lawley TRUTH is a BASED club (Beat Aussie Streets Every Day), An Australian Youth Outreach wrestling program, helping young people learn to manage things like stress, anxiety, anger, depression, and other problems using the sport of Olympic wrestling! The program was developed by Champion wrestler Karen Gregory to help other young people like her, following her own struggles with mental health. Most wrestlers are 12-18 years as they come from Mt Lawley Senior High School, however TRUTH does welcome... Read more

    Here at the centre we believe in Family Support; We have trained staff on hand for counselling services as we recognise how valuable this is to the community. Social support in our area is needed to make sure that young people and their families are able to find assistance that is non judgemental and non discriminatory. The Gold Coast City Council’s Northern Gold Coast Social Infrastructure Plan is the basis upon which our centre focuses not just on youth but families. The Oxenford & Coomera Community... Read more

    Pottery classes Saturdays and Mondays 10am to 12noon. All ages welcome. Acrylic Painting classes Saturdays 1pm to 3pm. Most suitable for Children. Cost $20 tuition plus $5 2kg clay or canvas & paint. Tutor Helen Jackson BA Dip Ed. Swan Bay Gallery is open to the public from 9am to 4pm weekends. Relax, learn and create your own pottery, sculptures and paintings. Read more

    Community Youth Support Services

    Rio Tinto Alcan’s community fund offers a package of programmes to support the childcare industry in Gladstone. For more information, please visit our website. Read more

    YOUTH LEADING, ADULT SUPPORTING, Scouts Australia provides fun youth development activities, building resilient and confident boys and girls aged 5 to 25 in the Joey Scout, Cub Scout, Scout, Venturer Scout and Rover Scout Sections. We also welcome adult volunteer Scout Leaders. Scouts has opportunities for the whole family to be involved. Everyone is welcome, and we value the diversity of our members. Find out more about the Section of Scouting that is best for you here. Joey Scouts Ages 5-7... Read more

    Ballet, Jazz, Hip hop, Lyrical, Song & Dance classes. For ages 2.5yrs to adults. No experience necessary. Classes for fun, fitness and friendship! Read more

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