Lane Cove Council supports young people 10-24 years old and their families by advocating for the needs and issues of young people, their families and the community. Through the facilitation of projects, programs and events the youth services team promotes social inclusion, leadership and development to engage young people and encourage them to get involved and build a brighter future.
Services we offer
Lane Cove Youth Centre- located at 8 Little Street Lane Cove, is a designated drop in space for young people 11-17 years old. Young people can participate in a variety of activities, and programs during the school term and is staffed by qualified youth workers to help support, inform and refer young people to appropriate services.
School holiday program- we offer fun activities for young people 10-16 years old.
Youth events- during the year there are number of key youth events that Council celebrates including Youth Week, Wear it Purple Day, R U OK Day, NAIDOC Week and Children's Week.
Community projects – throughout the year we facilitate and plan projects and programs to support and promote health, skills development, community engagement and social cohesion and inclusion within the community.
How to contact us
Phone: 9911 3555
The Lane Cove Youth Centre Term Two Program is out now.
Resources and Information
Transition to high school
Transition from a primary school setting to a high school setting is a big change and an adjustment.
Council has created a downloadable parents resource to support and connect families with information to help with this transition period.
Download a copy of the Transition To High School Parents Resource
Lane Cove Youth Centre Cookbook
Last year during lockdown, Lane Cove's Youth Workers put together a Cookbook for young people with recipes suitable all year round. Download the Youth Centre Cookbook.
I am Lane Cove
As part of the 2021 Youth Week celebrations, Lane Coves Youth Team created the ‘I am Lane Cove’, a project developed by the Lane Cove’s Youth Team that aims to
highlight the realities and perspectives of young people in 2021.
Questions that young
people have answered in this video have been selected from questions sent in by
the Lane Cove community.
Voices of Young People in Northern Sydney
Voices of Young People in Northern Sydney is a
cross-Council project which surveyed young people in the region to gain an
understanding of their experiences during the lockdown period. The data gathered can be used to assist youth services in their response to
support young people during the current pandemic and address any gaps in
support. This project was a collaboration between Ku-ring-gai, Lane Cove,
Mosman, North Sydney, Ryde and Willoughby councils.
Download the report or click the image below to view the summary.
Lane Cove Youth Centre
The Lane Cove Youth Centre is a drop-in space where young people aged 11-17 can go to hang-out, seek information about support services or participate in various programmed activities.
Lane Cove Youth Centre has now resumed regular operating hours.you can contact the Youth Services team on 0432 139 925 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location and Opening hours
The Lane Cove Youth Centre is located at 8 little street, Lane Cove under the pool grandstand.
During the school terms
During the school holidays
The centre offers:
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, and BBQs.
A school holiday program is based on drop in and centre based activities as well as excursions
Facilities such as a basketball court, TV and DVD, pool table, table tennis, foosball, X Box, Wii, Nintendo Switch & Music Equipment
Cooking demonstrations and hands on sessions with young people in the kitchen
Two Qualified Youth Workers to make appropriate referrals for a young person if needs are identified i.e. health services, drug & alcohol services and LGBTQIA+ services
Contact the Youth Team
Phone: 0432 139 925