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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.

    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

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    Free Learn to Skateboard Events Australia Wide.Visist our website - under the "Hubs" tab, pick a location that is relevant to you and find out what is on - downlaod a rego form and we will see you at the Skatepark. The Skateboarding Australia (SbA) Hubs provide a modern day version of a sporting club and are revolutionizing the way Australians participate in physical activity. A Hub provides a community that exists without walls or entry fees with the primary purpose of getting more people active... Read more

    Welcome The International Karate Daigaku is the newest and fastest growing International Karate Organisation. Since forming in February 2011, the IKD has grown to include 57 regions in 33 countries worldwide. This is in part to the leadership of our Shihan Kai and our founder Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-A-Tai. Breaking the cycle of crime & violence through the discipline of karate. Our main goal continues to be of service to young people throughout the world by helping them find... Read more

    We have a junior touch football competition on Fridays. Games start at 4.30 pm. 8 and under Boys and Girls 10 and under Boys and Girls 12 and under Boys and Girls 14 and under Boys and Girls Our senior competition is Monday nights. Games start at 6.00 pm. We have Men's, Women's, Mixed and Super Series competitions. So there is a team for all ages and all skill and fitness levels. Read more

    Scouts develops Leadership, friendship and achievements. Are you in search of kids' activities that may promote your child's mental, social and physical development? How bout the Scouts? The Scouts is an organisation founded in England in 1907 to teach boys survival skills and values including service to others, teamwork, leadership and comradeship. The first Australian Boy Scout camp was started in 1908 and now Scouts Australia is a national movement and community institution, which provides... Read more

    Girl Guides meet near you! Laughter, learning, friendship and fun… come and discover at Guiding what’s done! Girl Guides Australia is part of a world-wide voluntary organisation which promotes and encourages the development of girls and women. We meet at Mosman Guide Hall Parrawi Park, Upper Spit Road during school term time for fun and challenging activities. Mosman Junior Guide Unit (For girls 6-10 years old) - Wednesdays 6.00-7.30pm Mosman Guide Unit (For girls 10–14 years old) - Mondays... Read more

    3 weeks free trial

    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.

    Community Youth Clubs

    Our Mission is to enable girls and young women in the Quakers Hill, Woodcroft and Doonside local area to grow into confident, self respecting, responsible community members. Quakers Hill Girl Guides currently has units in Junior Guides (7-10yo) and Guides (10-13yo). We are always ready to welcome new girls to join us... Read more

    Your local Non-For-Profit youth organisation. We get young people active in life. We develop their skills, character and leadership. We reduce and prevent crime by and against young people. PCYC was established in 1937 by Police Commissioner William John Mackay. It was a partnership forged with the community via Rotary to provide young people with a safe and positive alternative to the streets. Today, we operate more than 60 clubs and centres through the state, with more than 100,000 members... Read more

    Community Youth Clubs

    Scouting for boys and girls full details can be found on the web site Read more

    Girl Guides, units in North Fitzroy (age 11-16) and Clifton Hill (age 7-10). Fun and educational activities for girls, fun and meaningful volunteer work for adult women. See our website Read more

    Eschol Park Football Club (EPFC) is located on the boundary of Eschol Park and Eagle Vale in the south western outskirts of Sydney. We cater for players aged 5 to 70 years, of any skill and ability. EPFC also hosts Summer Competitions of 4-a-side and 6-a-side during the off season. During Winter, the club offers Youth Development Academies as well a Goalkeeper development training to further enrich our boys and girls development within the club. EPFC welcomes all players, particularly from the... Read more

    Providing Free English Classes, Kids Club and Playgroup Read more

    The Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association – or PCYC, as many know us – has been enhancing communities through youth development programs for over fifty years. From youth development, to sport and rec and school-age care services, we’re proud to be part of the Bayside community. PCYC Bayside have a variety of programs including Karate, Tai chi, Aikido, Ju Jitsu, Gymnastics and Trampoline. Our club is unique as we have an indoor heated saltwater and mineral pool for learn to swim classes... 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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    Come along and try four free lessons. You'll get One on One session with Head Instructor or Senior Instructor to learn a few of the basics before joining a class.

    Community Youth Support Services

    About Us Waverley Action for Youth Services Inc (WAYS Youth Services) is a not-for-profit community organisation providing help and services to young people and their families, in the Eastern Suburbs, South Sydney, City of Sydney and surrounding suburbs. Our mission is to work with young people aged 9 to 25 to create pathways to the future. We offer a one-stop-shop and an integrated model of service delivery with a team of helpful, professional staff. Our services cover recreation, education and... Read more

    Scouting builds character, resilience, leadership and team skills with lots of fun and adventure. From 6 years old in Joeys, from 8 years old in Cubs, from 11 years old in Scouts and from 15 years old in Venturers, all of our Boys and Girls have enormous fun learning and experiencing adventure under the supervision of trained and enthusiastic leaders. Read more

    Community Youth Centres

    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

    Cubby House Children's Respite - Holiday Program - for kids under 18 with disability! The Cubby House Children's Respite is located in Birkdale and provides services and support to kids under 18 years of age with disability. The Cubby Holiday program will be operating from 9am until 3pm Monday to Friday during the School Holidays. Activities include Art, Music Therapy, Swimming (Heated pool), Movies, Bowling, Science Centre, Cooking and Baking, Ceramics, All Abilities Playground, Gardening, Ball... Read more

    "Te Aukaha Maori Performing Arts brining the past into your future" Classes in Mau rakau, (Maori weaponry) Haka, (Maori posture dance) and much more Welcome to all, and fun for the whole family Our vision  To be recognized as outstanding cultural ambassadors by advancing our members through the Maori Performing Arts Mission Statement  To structure opportunities for Members to develop culturally, socially and economically within our diverse community Building your skills and... Read more

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