Start a band. Make a film. Skate. Rock out in safety at an all-ages band night. If you’re a young person in Warringah, come and join the party.
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Warringah Youth Advisory Committee
Interested in youth issues or helping out at youth events? The WYAC meets every month and provides invaluable advice to Council about youth issues. Call our Youth Development Officer for more information on 9942 2401.
Brewarrina Youth Exchange
Each year we take six enthusiastic young people to represent Warringah on a free trip to our Sister City - the outback town of Brewarrina. Activities include visiting Lightning Ridge, learning about Aboriginal language and culture and seeing the 40,000-year-old Aboriginal fish traps. A group of youths from Brewarrina visits Warringah every summer as part of the program.
Club 567 is a new series of events and activities for tweens in school Years 5,6 and 7. Activities will include dance parties, band nights, roller discos, roller skating, skate events, movie nights, workshops and comps. All Club 567 events will be fully supervised by Warringah Council staff and security to provide young people the opportunity to socialise in a safe, supervised and supportive environment.
All ages events with no drugs, no alcohol and no pass-outs but the best new music on the northern beaches. Do you want to play? Send in a demo and bio to Warringah Council Youth Services, Civic Centre, 725 Pittwater Road Dee Why NSW 2099 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We give priority to northern beaches’ acts. Band nights are usually held at YOYO’s. We also hold Acoustic Nights and Young Guns for bands just starting out.
Northern Composure Youth Band Competition
Be a part of the Northern Beaches oldest and largest youth band competition. Compete with local youth bands for a chance to win a part of $15,000 cash and prizes. Heats normally held during March with the Final hosted in early April to kick off NSW Youthweek celebrations.
A dance party for young people with special needs as well as a need to party. Discobility focuses on involving young people with special needs, aged 12-24 years, their carers, siblings and friends in a social event. See te indemnity forms in documents.
We facilitate youth dance parties by private promoters with strict conditions so everyone is safe.
24/7 Youth Film Festival
The Youth Film Festival in its 14th year and encourages young residents of Mosman, Manly, Warringah and Pittwater to produce a seven minute film within 24 hours. For up to date information and how to enter check out www.247filmfest.com