Virtually Something To Do – Wollongong

Virtually Something To Do

Looking for something to fill your afternoons? With the current stay-at-home orders, Wollongong Youth Services are offering a series of virtual activities for young people to create, learn and connect, by jumping online from the comfort of home.

Young people can access a range of workshops from theatre sports, guitar lessons, boardgame breakouts and much more to pass the time. All the activities are free for Wollongong’s local young people aged between 12-24 and supervised by members of the Youth Services team.

“Youth Services provide such a variety of positive experiences for those growing up in Wollongong,” Wollongong City Lord Mayor Councillor Gordon Bradbery AM said.

“Even though the stay-at-home orders are preventing in-person activities, having these sessions online opens up a world of opportunity for our young people.

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