Wollongong City Council’s Youth Services has an exciting range of events planned for Youth Week 2019 with a music concert and sporting activities at Bellambi Point, live music, aerosol art, skateboarding in Berkeley and a rolling racer challenge in the Crown Street Mall.
The events, from 11 to 18 April, are all free and include live music, arts and sports and DJs.
“Youth Week celebrates and acknowledges our young people,” Wollongong City Lord Mayor Councillor Gordon Bradbery AM said. “We have events at Dapto Town Square, Bellambi Point, Holborn Park in Berkeley and in the Crown Street Mall.
“This Youth Week is a marvellous opportunity for young people to share their ideas, attend live events, have their voices heard on issues that concern them and also to show off their talents. Best of all it’s basically to have fun and enjoy ourselves.”
The 2019 Youth Week events include:
Youth Shout Out!
Thursday 11 April 3pm – 6pm
Free food, live music, interactive stalls. Get your voice heard with the Y Vote program.
Dapto Town Square, Dapto
Sand & Soundz
Wednesday 17 April, 2pm – 5pm
Sports workshops, interactive art, live music, DJs, food + more.
Bellambi Point, Bellambi.
Wednesday 17 April 3pm – 7pm
Live music, aerosol art, sports, art workshops, food stalls and skating.
Holborn Park, Berkeley
Roller Racing Challenge
Thursday 18 April 6pm – 8pm
Challenge your coding skills in the roller racing challenge.
Crown Street Mall, Wollongong
For the Roller Racing Challenge, competitors race an app-enabled educational robot, called a spheros, around a race track. Young people involved in the Code the Gong program have been working behind the scenes to demonstrate their coding skills for this Youth Week event.