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Youth information centres

Our youth information centres provide a safe space for young people to come and hang out. They have access to a great range of information and advice on issues that concern them.

The centres also provide a range of recreational activities and personal development programs that change every school term. Every school holiday we offer a range of FREE activities within our youth centres. From a game of Skipbo to resume writing and job search, or support with mental health, we've got you covered!

Cranbourne Youth Information Centre

Hampton Park Youth Information Centre

Narre Warren Youth Information Centre

Holiday Fun at the YICs

The school holidays are back and so is Holiday Fun at the YICs. We’ve got heaps on offer for young people aged 10-17 years. From trivia to DIY ice-cream and street art design, there’s something on for everyone these school holidays.

Activities start on Tuesday 14 January and run till Thursday 23 January.

Join the fun and book now!

Book online

Casey 360

The Casey 360 is a mobile youth information centre for young people that services the suburbs of the City of Casey.

Casey 360 side of bus

Casey 360 provides:

  • 2 youth workers
  • in-school programs
  • lunchtime recreational activities
  • information on a range of issues relevant to young people
  • 7 LCD TV screens for movies and games
  • 3 Apple iMacs with internet access
  • 5 PS4s, a Nintendo Switch and iPads
  • board games, card games and sporting equipment

We can also tailor our group programs to meet your particular school needs. The Casey 360 is also able to attend community events within the City of Casey.

It does not attend private events or transport passengers.

Please contact Youth Services on 9705 5200 or email

Casey Youth Services Network

Our Youth Services Network connects schools and other youth service providers across Casey. The Network shares resources, information, and strengthens referral pathways for young people. We aim to develop a joint approach in identifying and addressing issues for children, teens and their families.

Meetings run on the first Wednesday of every month, 9:30 am to 11 am.

If you are interested in joining these meetings, please contact our Youth Services team.