Community Youth Work

What is it?

Community Youth Workers provide a link between young people and the community, offering a friendly person to talk to, and can support you to access relevant information and referral services.

The Community Youth Workers can be seen at local parks and public space with their multi-functional youth trailers. Watch this space for future programs and activities run by the team.

Who is it for?

Young people aged 11-25 years

Where to find us?

Wednesdays:  MA15+ Drop In Program

From the 3rd of February, 2021

Located:  Anchors Youth Centre

Time: 4:00pm-8:00pm

Age: 15-25 years

Thursdays and Fridays:

Located: Public spaces within the City of Joondalup

Age: 11-25 years

*Check for whereabouts and updates on Instagram/Facebook. These times/locations are subject to change and weather permitting.


Contact one of the Community Youth Workers on 0409 885 814 or 0407 083 099 via the Contact Form

What we can offer you

  • Support

  • Someone to listen and talk to via phone or email

  • Information about services, programs or help providers

  • Mediation between you and anyone you may need – services, schools, doctors, police, parents, even friends

  • Referral

  • Qualified Youth Workers

  • Activities/projects

  • Turning your ideas for new projects and activities into a reality

RYDE program

The City has launched its Regional Youth Driver Education (RYDE) program.

RYDE helps young people (16-25) in the northern corridor take significant steps towards obtaining their driver’s licence, connecting them with trained volunteer driver mentors to complete the required 50 hours of supervised driving experience.

Available seven days a week, the program operates from Joondalup Library with an easy-to-use online booking platform and an affordable fee of $15 for a 90-minute driving session.

Those keen to sign up for Joondalup RYDE can click here.

Prospective volunteer mentors can express their interest by emailing


MA15+ is a drop-in program for young people ages 15-25 to hang out, meet new people, and take part in a variety of recreational activities and workshops each week.

Young people have free choice in activities they choose to engage in, and have access to youth workers in a safe and inclusive space.


We want to hear about your achievements in the community!

Head to our Facebook page or Instagram account to read some of the recent stories of local young people.

If you would like us to share your story, please contact us at for more information.