Youth family services in Randwick.
For information on childcare and youth services in the Randwick area, please go to the LINCS Community Information Directory.LINCS is a comprehensive online resource for all of NSW. In many cases, you willbe able to find the services' vacancy and fee information. This site also has information and links to other useful websites about children's health and wellbeing, parenting and family support services
Finding a Childcare Centre
Enrolling Children in Childcare Centres
- up to date with their vaccinations, or
- that they are on a recognised catch-up schedule, or
- they have a medical reason not to be vaccinated, or
- their parents have a conscientious objection to vaccination, before enrolling a child.
Guide to Safer Trick or Treating
Celebrating Halloween has become popular in Australia, particularly with families with primary aged children participating in Trick or Treat door knocking in their suburb. Although good fun for children, there are risks associated with this activity. Many parents plan carefully to prevent these risks. Sharing these sensible strategies developed by experienced parents with the broader community will help to ensure that children and parents have a safe and enjoyable Halloween.
This Safety Brochure will serve as a planning tool.
Read about the programs Randwick City Council provides for the 23,000 young people aged 12 to 24 living in the area, including physical activities, library programs and our annual Youth Week events.
Youth Week is our biggest line up of activities and entertainment for young people and their families.
The Randwick City Libraries have ongoing events and activities for young people along with HSC and career support.
The Des Renford Leisure Centre offers teen gym program, swim school, squads and school holiday activities.
Discover youth-friendly programs and facilities in the Randwick area, such as The Shack, Kool Kids Club and La Perouse Youth Haven.
Youth Advisory Committee
The Youth Advisory Committee provides a forum for young people to have a say on community issues that affect them and their peers and to provide input into Council's youth policy development.