Young people in the City of Gosnells are invited to celebrate Youth Week WA with plenty of fun-filled activities, music, art and food.

Being held across four different days at four different locations, the celebrations include a drop-in session at The Castle, skate jams at Gosnells and Maddington, and The Nomad mobile youth centre at Langford Sports Complex. All activities are aimed at children and young people aged 10 to 18 years old.

City of Gosnells Mayor Terresa Lynes said this year’s Youth Week WA theme, ‘Courage to Change’, was aimed at empowering and encouraging young people to be involved in decision-making and enact positive change.

“Young people have much to offer our community, now and in years to come,” she said.

“The City works to support our local youth to engage with the City and the community, through a range of programs, events and activities, such as Young Change Makers and Social Sisters.”

Youth Week WA runs from 8 –16 April, and is the biggest celebration of young people on the Western Australian youth calendar.

Sponsored by the Department of Communities, the City’s Youth Week WA celebrations are free and no booking is required.

Standard COVID-19 requirements apply, as directed by the State Government.

Details of the City's programs, events and activities for children and you can be found at