Annual celebration of youth
Youth Week is an annual celebration of young people, organised by young people for young people, in local communities across Australia.
Check this page for updates on Youth Week activities in the Randwick City Council area.
Youth week 2019
In 2019 we celebrated Culturefest on Saturday 13 April for Youth week. The theme was Connect, Share, Speak out and Celebrate.
There was live music, rock climbing, bike n blend, pizza, photo booth, challenges, games and giveaways!
Featuring: FBI Radio’s MAYA GLD | SUII X | GLO | HOTDAD | Danielle Lamb
Youth week 2018
In 2018 Youth Week activities were: Culturefest on Sunday 22 April and Pitch to the Mayor on Monday 30 April!
The weather was perfect for a chill-out afternoon at the beach. Charlotte Dunn drew the first crowd with her beautiful voice, followed by the beautiful Saraswati Bali Dancers. Planet smashed it with their awesome inner city sound, whilst Vuli mellowed the afternoon with his Afro-American beats.
Pizza and popcorn were aplenty with smoothies being blended non-stop. Lolly-pong, water pistols and a basketball comp kept some of the crowd busy, a record number of older youths took sexual health surveys whilst others chilled in the deckchairs just enjoying the afternoon!
Monday 30 April: Pitch to the Mayor
We received your ideas of what a sustainable and inclusive future looks like online. All ideas read by the Mayor and questions and ideas were discussed in the Council Chamber on Monday 30 April 2018 with the Mayor and Councillors.
Sustainability, basketball, nippers and plastics were the hottest topic of discussion at the Pitch to the Mayor event. Young people aged 6 to 26 shared their ideas with the Mayor and Councillors in the Council Chamber. Mayor Shurey was impressed by the passion and dedication to such important ideas and potential solutions communicated by Randwick City youth both online and in person.
Youth Week 2017
Youth Week 2016
The Youth Advisory Committee planned a busy week of events for Youth Week 2016. Culturefest kicked off the week at Coogee Beach, followed by After School, What's Next? a careers event and a Skate Clinic.
Youth Week 2015
BANDSLAM 2014 winners Flick the Bean initiated the idea for CultureFEST and worked together with the Youth Advisory Committee, supporting Randwick Council to showcase the City's local young talented artists and musicians.
Streamed live by Bondi Beach Radio, CultureFEST was a day of music, live art, BBQ, beach volleyball, clothing stalls, face painting, games, demonstrations - all from local artists, services and suppliers.
Check out photos of the event on facebook