Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Stage 3 lockdown: guidance and support.

If you're 10-25 years of age and live, work or study in the City of Boroondara, we have a range of youth programs you can get involved in.

Our youth programs are a great way to meet like-minded people, make friends, learn new skills and connect with the community.


Learn how to plan, run and take part in music, art and cultural events for young people in supervised and safe venues - that are drug, alcohol and smoke free.

To get involved:

  • Join the FReeZa Committee to help plan events.
  • Attend a FReeZa event and help support our young artists and event organisers. Events include live music and cultural events, like the Boroondara Youth Film Festival and Battle of the Bands, with either booked tickets or tickets-on-the-door options. Check out our youth events and activities for current FReeZa events or visit our FReezA Facebook page.

If you'd like to be part of FReeZa, please fill in our participation form.

Play at a FReeZa event

We are always looking for new acts of all genres including acoustic and solo performers.

Submit a gig expression of interest form

For more information, visit the FReeZa website.

Youth Reference Group

Get involved in the Youth Reference Group and help Council shape services and programs around what really matters to young people.

We usually meet every couple of weeks at our 360 Youth Resource Centre.

To join, contact Youth Services on 9278 4608 or email y[email protected]

Jump Start Your Future Program

Do you need support with education, training and employment? Boroondara Youth Services and Jobco are here to help you.      

Drop in from 3-5:00pm the first and last Tuesday of every month to see Kev who can help you Jump Start Your Future! He is here to help with job applications, resumes, education options and advice.

Sessions are held at Level 1, 360 Burwood Road Hawthorn.

For more information, contact Youth Services on 9278 4608 or email [email protected]

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