Young People

What's on for young people living, studying or working in the City of Melville?

There is a hub near you with:

  • Events
  • Activities
  • Youth Drop In
  • Sports
  • Grants
  • Skate Parks
  • Phaze Urban Art
  • Opportunies to have your say

We have Youth workers you can contact in any of our Hubs for information,
advice or refferal support, why not drop in and:

  • Meet you friends
  • get support for a wide range of issues
  • make music
  • make friends
  • try something new



Images: National Youth Week Paint'n'Grind Event April 2016

Check out what's on for young people this term:

Links to activities coming soon!

Youth Events and Activities:

January School Holiday skate clinic.

Images: SWA skate clinic at Melville skate park May 2016

If you're looking for something to do head to Melville skate park on Thursday January 12 between 4 - 6pm and get involved in this all ages skate clinic run by Skateboarding WA.  Registrations are essential so head to to find out more and book your spot.

Youth Pitch

Got an Idea? - Want to get it funded?

Are you aged between 12 to 25 and have a great idea? Get together with your mates and start thinking how you would spend a portion of a $4,000 grant to help create a better Melville for young people.

  • An event?
  • A one off activity?
  • An art show?
  • A photography competition?
  • An outdoor movie night?
  • An all ages music event?

What's your great idea? Get ready to Pitch your idea in January 2017.

Youth Drop In - @ Willagee Community Centre

Tuesdays and Wednesdays in 2017

A FREE Youth Drop In space for young people aged 9 - 16 years. 

Regular fun stuff:  Wii Sport (New!) Fooseball * Art * Games * Basketball * Outdoor Ping Pong * Dance * Culture * Chill Out * Healthy Snacks

A membership form to be completed by a parent or guardian on the first day of attendace.

Where: Willagee Community Centre, Archibald Street, Willagee
When: Every Tuesday 2.30pm - 4.15pm and/or Every Wednesday 3pm - 4.45pm

Public Transport: Bus No 160 from Booragoon Bus Port or Fremantle Bus Port to Achibald Street, before Winnacott Street. We are located next to the Library and behind the shops. check for more info.


Images: Traditional Nyoongar Aboriginal boys and girls dance performance, celebrating Chinese New Year.

Night Fields with the WA Footy Commission

For the latest details about the 2017 programme click the link to Night Fields.


Images: young people enjoying a game of footy at Winnacott Oval.

PHAZE Urban Art Project

If you're into urban art or want to have a go, then sign up for PHAZE where you can work with a professional Artist to get your spray skills out there.  PHAZE happens on the last Sunday* of the month from September to April... all you have to do is register on our PHAZE page or email  By registering you can get regular sms reminders before each session.

*the date can change due to weather and public holidays so check the PHAZE page for session details.


Images: Participants taking part in PHAZE


Kaya Lane

Where: Located between the Willagee Library and the Willagee Community Centre, Archibald Street, Willagee.

What: A space for young people and the wider community to play, relax or meet up. It's always open and you can have a game of Ping Pong on the new table. Bats and Balls available from the Library or the Community Centre.

Kaya Lane is also our Youth Drop In outdoor space and our Pop Up Services visit Kaya Lane every Monday morning.


Image: Local police visit Kaya Lane for a game of ping pong.

Skate Parks

The City of Melville has skate parks in Bull Creek, Leeming, Melville and a small one at Carawatha Park, Willagee. To find out more on each skate park, visit

We also offer a range of skate clinics and comps facilitated by Skateboarding WA throughout the year. Stay tunes for new dates or for more info head to


Image: Skateboarding WA Skate Clinic and National Youth Weeks' Paint'n'Grind event 2016.

Youth Advisory Council (YAC)

  • Are you aged between 12 and 25?
  • Do you live or study in the City of Melville?
  • Are you passionate about something?
  • Do you want to meet new friends and be a part of the community?

Then we would love to have you join us!   We are currently working on a great youth funding project called Youth Pitch which will be happening in 2017.  Email or call 1300 635 845 for more information.


Images: Our YAC in action!

Help! Do you need some?  Here are some good links...

Helpful links for young people and parents:

  • Inclusion WA:  Do you want to get involved in activities in your local area? Do you want more information about local clubs and groups? You can contact Inclusion WA for Recreation Advice.

  • The Dept Local Gov and Communities has a Youth WA Facebook page and posts information about (almost) all things youth in Western Australia. The page aims to encourage and support young people in Western Australia to engage in community life, provides information on resources, research, participation and grant opportunities for young people. We encourage you to like their facebook page and share posts with your friends.

  • Commissioner for Children and Young People -