Formed in the early 1940's as the Fremantle Police Boys' Club, Fremantle PCYC has changed its premises three times since its inception. The new premises were officially opened at 32A Paget Street Hilton on the 14th of September 1975 by the Honourable K. E. Beazley MP.
Fremantle PCYC runs a vast array of sporting and recreational programs, joint initiatives and projects with schools and local community service groups in the area. Our aim is to offer youth an opportunity to develop self-reliance, independence and confidence in order to grow as courteous and considerate citizens.
The Fremantle PCYC has recently undergone major renovations jointly funded by the Australian Federal Government & the City of Fremantle.
Redevelopment works have included the relocation of toilets, improvements to the commercial kitchen, the development of an administration space, a multipurpose workshop, additional storage and an extension to the PCYC gymnasium.
- Adult Ju Jitsu
- Air Rifles (junior & senior)
- Alpha Tykes
- Baby Bop Classes
- Badminton (comp / club / social)
- Basketball (u/10 to u18)
- Bird Club
- Character kids
- Cheer Dance and Acro
- Chinese health
- Cir Quest
- Computer room
- Fitness weights training centre
- Games Room (free drop-in centre)
- Gymnastics Girls (beginners to level 10)
- Gymnastics Boys (levels)
- Healthy Eating and Lifeskills Workshop
- Judo (juniors)
- Life ball
- Rainbow Gym
- Education training room
- Wrestling (junior & senior)
Fremantle PCYC has a fully functional weights gym. Memberships are currently available for purchase and are exceptionally well priced. Please click here for more info.
If you would like to contact the personal trainers for a consultation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gym 1 Basketball court + Sprung Floor
- Gym 2 with mirrors
- Gym 3 - Dojo
- Weight Gyms. This area can hired by physiotherapists, disability groups and other community organisations. Fremantle PCYC are able to provide trainers if the groups require and can be included in the hire costs.
- Training/Meeting Room.
The drop in centre is available Monday - Friday 3pm - 6pm. It is free for youth aged 8 years - 17 years. We have a range of facilities available such as Playstations, X-Boxes, TV + DVD's, Pool tables, Arcades, Computers Games, Internet Access and more. Please feel to drop by and see what we offer. If you would like to offer your services and volunteer in our drop in centre please contact email@example.com.
Healthy Eating and Life skills Workshops
This program will be running in Term 1 and Term 2 at the Fremantle PCYC. It is a program designed to educate youth on healthy recipes and eating and allow them the opportunity to learn how to create these in the kitchen. Some of these receipes will come from the deadly bush tucker receipe book as created by the South Metro Public Health unit who are kindly in conjunction with the WA PCYC sponsoring this programme. Tied into the program is also mentoring from older youth and also Life skills development such as learning how to cook, clean, washing and general hygiene. The aim of the program is not only educate youth on how to live a healthier life but also to introduce general life skills and provide positive role models in their life. If you wish to volunteer for this Workshop or are a business that is able to offer support to the program please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hip Hop Dance Classes
The Fremantle PCYC will be running for Term 1 and Term 2 Hip Hop Dance Classes for regular users of the Drop In Centre which of course is free to attend. The classes will be held every Friday at 3.30 to 5.30 at the Fremantle PCYC. This is kindly sponsored by The University of WA Prosh fund, Please email email@example.com
A circus workshop course is currently being held at the Fremantle PCYC for ten local aged ten years and over. At this course the young people are learning how to do such things as juggle, stilt walking and acrobatics. This course is being run by Nel Simpson and Michael Smith and is kindly funded by the Fremantle Foundation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Collective Focus Photography Program
Want to learn photography and visual storytelling - then Collective Focus Photography could be for you? After a successful launch in 2012, a new 9 week program will commence Monday 25 March at Fremantle PCYC. Supported by Community Arts Network WA and Propel Youth Arts, Collective Focus is an after-school photography program for young people aged 11-19. Up to 10 teens can participate in the program on Mondays between 4:00-6:00pm. Each of the youth selected will receive a loan camera and learn how to create a documentary photo story over the course of 9 weeks. Please register your interest at the Fremantle PCYC or by contacting Liza Semler at email@example.com or 0457 305 157.
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Term 2 and Term 3 with Feature Street Ball at Fremantle PCYC on Saturday nights from 6pm-9pm. Through sponsorship from the Department of Sport and Recreation, Street Ball with involve learning basketball drills and skills plus the opportunity to play in teams in nightly competitions plus interPCYC Competitions. Not only will participants have the chance to play Ball they will also be able to participate in extra activities such as Hip Hop, Art and Leadership Workshops. WATCH THIS SPACE!
The Drop in Centre is seeking Youth Mentors between the ages of 15-18 years to be actively involved in positive role model/positive peer pressure. If you feel that you would be interested in making a difference to a young person's life. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Drop in Centre is seeking volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. Our drop in Centre is currently attended by 30-35 youth every afternoon and we require assistance help keep them entertained and to help run programs such as the Lifeskills Workshop and also engaging the youth in sporting activities after school. All volunteers must have a Working with Children Check and also National Police Clearance and provide resume and references. Please contact email@example.com if you are interested. Also please see attached flyer for more information.
Tel: 9314 3157
Fax: 9314 2064
Unit 2 34 Paget Street
Hilton WA 6163
PO Box 3
Hamilton Hill WA 6963