The Office for Regional Youth’s Holiday Break program provides young people in regional NSW with the opportunity to enjoy a range of free and subsidised activities to reconnect, socialise, learn new skills and have fun during the school holidays.
All regional NSW councils and not-for-profit groups can apply for funding to deliver events as part of the Holiday Break program.
Find your Holiday Break fun
The Office for Regional Youth works with partners to offer a range of activities for young people in regional NSW during the school holidays.
From flexing creative and artistic skills with the Museum of Contemporary Art workshops, to sport and recreation camps or self-defence workshops, there’s an assortment of activities designed to engage young people and spark their interest.
Here's a look at some of the activities on offer during this Summer Holiday Break:
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Holiday Break activities are subject to change due to Covid-19 impacts and flood recovery. Please check activity details with your local provider closer to the scheduled date.
These workshops guide young people through activities that encourage play, experimentation, reflection, and expression. Young people learn about some of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s collection and use simple materials and everyday objects to create artworks using different mediums and methods of creation.
Check out the residential and day camp programs on offer from the NSW Office of Sport The camps provide a safe environment encouraging young people to be active while developing social connections, self-esteem and life skills.
The STARTTS school holiday break program provides young people from a refugee background with access to free opportunities to connect, learn new skills and have fun. Activities include sport, outdoor recreation and a chance to show their creativity.
Focusing on physical safety and important skills like conflict resolution, courage, advocacy and healthy relationships, KYUP! empowers young women to champion their own safety and boundaries.
Take advantage of the great fee-free training courses available under NSW JobTrainer to learn new skills, find your passion and expand your knowledge and career options.
Rugby NSW will be hosting a series of day camp activities suitable for novices right through to experienced rugby players.
Write and record songs while learning about music industry careers in the SongMaker program, or join a creative writing workshop with the Writers on the Road.
For more information, please contact Regionalyouth@regional.nsw.gov.au