We run a range of great events and programs throughout the year including school holidays. Our programs are for 6-24 years who live, work, study or have a connection to Hume. during term and school holidays.
04 March 2024
Our new LGBTIQA+ Youth Action Group for young people aged 14 - 24 will create a safe space to connect and develop a toolkit to support safer and inclusive community spaces for young people, no matter their identity across Hume. The LGBTQIA+ Youth Action Group meeting monthly and is by registration only.
05 March 2024
Drop into The Meeting Point! Inside you will find fun video games, table tennis, games, pool, arts and crafts and a space to chill out with your friends.
06 March 2024
Come to the Sunbury Youth Centre and Enter the zone, The Game Zone! From video games, board games, card games, pool or ping pong, there's always something to do!
Youth Settlement Group for young people aged 16-25 years, new to Australia and living in Hume. Make new friends, practice your English, try new sports, explore different jobs and grow your confidence.
08 March 2024
Art space is program that allows young people to experience different art mediums and be creative in a supportive space. Come along and give Art Space a try!Suitable for ages: 12-18Walk-ins only, no booking required.
Join the Youth Engagement and Pathways Unit in a variety of programs throughout Term.
The Hume Young Leaders Awards have returned for a second big year to recognise just some of our bright young achievers at a special ceremony on Thursday 7 September, 2023.
Seventeen of Hume’s brightest students have been recognised by theVictorian Bar for academic excellence in legal studies.
Celebrating VCE high achievers in Hume and young people’s stories of resilience.
The Victorian Bar Foundation and Hume City Council are proud to announce the winners of unique legal awards.
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Hume City Council is a child safe organisation with a zero tolerance for child abuse. Council actively listens to and supports children to be strong, confident and self-determined citizens. Council provides a safe working environment that values child safety, diversity and inclusion for all children aged 0 – 18 and adheres to the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related legislation.
For more information view Child Safety and Wellbeing