Midjuburi Youth Resource Centre Empowering Youth to Realise their Full Potential.
MYRC is an accessible, culturally safe and welcoming place where all young people can:
explore what they want, develop connections with others and realise their full potential.
MYRC offers young people a platform to have their voices heard, to tell us what they want and trust that they will be listened to. Our programs, services, partnerships and amenities provide young people with opportunity to invest in their future and make a positive contribution to their community.
Acknowledgement of Country
MYRC ACKNOWLEDGE THE TRADITIONAL PEOPLES AND CUSTODIANS OF THIS COUNTRY IN WHICH WE ARE INVESTED IN OUR COMMUNITY OF YOUNG PEOPLE.
WE PAY RESPECT TO THE ELDERS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES GUIDE THE PROTECTION AND APPLICATIONS OF OUR CULTURE IN PROVIDING SAFE PLACES FOR OUR YOUTH TO CONNECT AND FIND A VOICE TO SECURE THEIR FUTURES.
IT IS THIS RESILIENCE AND PROMOTING THE SAFE KEEPING OF CADIGAL/ WONGAL
HOMELANDS, WATERWAYS AND SKY WAYS THAT ENSURE OUR SAFETY AS WE WALK TOGETHER ON THIS SACRED LAND.
ON BEHALF OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE WE ARE HONOURED TO BE GRANTED SUCH PRIVILEGES. MAY THIS RESPECT AND LEARNING EXPERIENCE NAVIGATE OUR YOUTHS' FUTURE.
Programs and Services
After School Recreation
The Rec Arvo program is on every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon during school term. Rec Arvos are a safe place where young people (ages 12-18) years can come and hang out after school, use the centre and facilities, have a bite to eat, and meet up with friends and make new ones.
Girls' After School Recreation
Girls' Rec Arvos are a safe place where those who identify as a young woman, aged 12 to 18, can come and hang out after school, eat some food, play pool and basketball, and get involved in some creative art activities. It is free and occurs on Wednesdays 3pm-5pm
during the school term.
LGBTQIA+ Social Support Group
The new LGBTQIA+ social support group at MYRC is a safe and welcoming space for young people aged 16 to 20 who identify within the LGBTQIA+ community. This group provides an opportunity to meet others who share similar experiences, connect with MYRC workers, and receive support in an inclusive environment
Youth Advisory Group
The MYRC Youth Advisory Group is a community of young people who want to improve services and opportunities for youth living in the Inner West and surrounding areas. If you share this vision and want to contribute your ideas, we want to hear from you. Contact us to find out more about getting involved.
Inner West Local Drug Action Team
MYRC facilitates the Inner West LDAT with support from ADF Australia. LDAT is a group of community focused people who live and / or work in the Inner West who want to help reduce drug and alcohol related harms in our community. Expressions of Interest for new members welcome!
Free Computer and Internet Access
For Young People Aged 12 - 24
Speak to our team about the conditions
Youth Project Officer
Student Placement Youth Worker
Take a Look
NAIDOC Week Elders Lunch
6 July 2023
Festival of Culture for Youth Week 2023
24th April 2023
Autumn School Holiday Program
11th to 21st April 2023
Girls Day @ MYRC
13th April 2023
White Card and Hand & Power Tools Training
4th & 5th April 2023
International Women's Day 2023
8 March 2023
Summer School Holiday Program
9th to 25th January 2023
End of Year Party
22nd December 2022
Annual General Meeting
19th December 2022
Pamper Day for Mental Health Month 2022
26th October 2022
NAIDOC Week Elders Lunch 2022
1st July 2022
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Make a difference in the lives of young people.
Every young person deserves the chance to thrive, dream, and become a positive force in the world. With your generous support, we provide support, resources, and programs tailored to nurture our youth's potential and pave the way for a brighter future. Your donation isn’t just a gift—it’s an investment in the next generation.
MYRC also accepts donations of food and material goods.