Synergy Youth Centre
Synergy Youth Centre, a drop-in centre where young people aged 11-18 can go to hang-out, seek information about support services or participate in various programmed activities.
Term 3 2020 Program
Are you a young person in the Lane Cove area, have
something to say about the last few months and
have a passion for creative expression?
Synergy Youth Centre needs you! Contribute to the
ISO Inspo creative exhibition to have the opportunity
to use a creative medium to document the
experience of social isolation. Submit your work to email@example.com before Saturday 15 August. Open to ages 12-24. Find out more including the terms and conditions of Iso Inspo.
Synergy Youth Centre reopens
Synergy Youth Centre, located at 178 Longueville
Road, is now open on Tuesdays 3:00pm – 6:00pm and Fridays 3:00pm – 8:00pm. Online drop-ins will be available from 4:00pm - 6:00pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Visit the Synergy Facebook page for Zoom codes to the online drop-ins.
Due to restrictions, a maximum of 8 young
people can visit the centre at any one time. Hand sanitiser will be readily
available and young people must keep a 1.5 metre distance from others.
up! Young people will have to sign-in with their contact details prior to
Synergy Youth Centre Cookbook
Join Council's Youth Workers for their weekly Friday night cook-up! During COVID-19, the cook-up takes place on Zoom so head over to Synergy's Facebook for all the details.
Download the Synergy Youth Centre Cookbook.
Location and Opening Hours
Synergy Youth Centre is temporarily located at Centrehouse Community Arts Centre at 178 Longueville Road (opposite Lane Cove Library). A brand new Youth Centre will soon be built on the site of the former youth centre in Little Street and is set to open in late 2020.
The opening hours for the Youth Centre at Centrehouse Community Arts Centre are:
School term hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 3:00pm – 6:00pmSynergy offers:
Friday: 3:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
- A term program with activities such as baking nights, cook ups, organised groups fitness, craft and activities related to various awareness days, competitions, skate sessions, youth art, pizza and DVD nights, boys nights, girls nights and BBQs.
- A school holiday program is based on excursions to fun places, eg Jamberoo, horse riding, laser tag, Imax and Tree Top Adventures.
- Facilities such as a basketball court, TV and DVD, pool table, table tennis, foosball, X Box Kinect, Wii, DJ equipment, and computers with internet access available.
- Cooking demonstrations and hands on sessions with young people in the kitchen
- Referrals to services a young person made need
- Volunteering opportunities to young people completing their Duke of Edinburgh Awards and school community service hours