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.
Congratulations to Fremantle PCYC volunteer Nikki Wormald who won her local 2014 Premier's Australia Day Active Citizenship Award in the under 25 year old category.
Activities & Programs
- Adult Ju Jitsu
- Air Rifles (junior & senior)
- Badminton (comp / club / social)
- Basketball (u/10 to u18)
- Bird Club
- Character kids
- Cheer Dance and Acro
- Chinese health
- Cir Quest (Circus training)
- Circus Workshop
- Computer room
- Drop-in Centre
- Fitness weights training centre
- Education training room
- Games Room (free drop-in centre)
- Gardening and Landscaping Workshop
- Gymnastics Girls (beginners to level 10)
- Gymnastics Boys (levels)
- Healthy Eating and Lifeskills Workshop
- Hip Hop Workshops
- Judo (juniors)
- Life ball
- Rainbow Gym
- StreetBall (basketball program)
- Wood and Metal Workshop
- Wrestling (junior & senior)
Time4Kids is back and you are summoned to do time to help stop youth crime!
The event is on Friday 4th April 9am-7pm at Kings Square.
If you would like to get involved contact Rebecca Slavin, Centre Manager, on 9314 3157.
You can also register by clicking here to get involved.
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
Hall Hire Information
This gym features a multi lined court for Basketball or Badminton and Sprung Floor. The space also features Air Conditioning/Heating. (Max 185 People)
This gym features a mirrored wall ideal for Dance and is commonly used for dance and martial arts. The room also features air conditioning and heating. (Max 100 People)
This gym features a thick foam Padded Floor with padded walls ideal for hand to hand combat sports such as Judo and Wrestling. The room also features air conditioning/heating. (Max 100 people)
The room features a printable whiteboard, Meeting Table to seat 10, TV, Foldup Tables & Chairs. This room can be used either for meetings or training workshops. This room features air conditioning/heating. (Max 20-30 People)
The Stainless steel kitchen features industrial Dishwasher, Industrial Stove, double fridge, all cutlery & cooking utensils supplied.
The Canteen Kitchen features Instant hot water, Stove, Fridge/freezer, Deep Fryer, 2 microwaves, Pie Warmer and all cutlery & cooking utensils supplied. This room also features air conditioning/heating.
The Foyer features couches with 5 small tables & 10 chairs. This large blank canvas room can be decorated to suit your function. Dividers are available for use to make a private space. The foyer also has instant hot water & Tea/Coffee facilities. (Max 180 People)
Flexible Use Art Space
The art space has its own semi kitchen with Fridge, instant hot water, tea/coffee facilities & separate toilet facility. It has 5 tables and40 Chairs and washing facilities for art projects. The Art Space also has open and under cover court yards. This spacious room also features fans and air conditioning/heating. (50 People)
This area has a stage, a ready setup PA system & Projector, Storage/Dressing room behind the stage, separate entry, 14 tables & 300 Chairs available.
This area can hired by physiotherapists, disability groups and other community organisations. Fremantle PCYC are able to assist with trainers at an agreed cost, if the groups require. This room also features air conditioning.
Drop in Centre
The drop in centre is available Monday - Thursday 3pm – 5.30pm. It is free for youth aged 7 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 during the term 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. 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
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 Chris Mayhew and is kindly funded by the Fremantle Foundation. Please email email@example.com
Cricket Street League
Cricket Street League matches are generally played in enclosed areas and are best described as a mash up between indoor and backyard cricket. The rules are accommodating so that everybody gets equal opportunity to bat and bowl and are quite short, maximum length of games is 45 minutes. The games are fast paced and have lots of rules that rather than restrict the game, make it more interesting. Rules such as bonus point scoring zones give the batters more incentive to be creative while the proximity of games allows fielders from other games to take catches and effect run outs for their neighbours, while earning themselves wickets in the process. This program is kindly facilitated and funded by WACA. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Art and Craft Class
Here young people get to be creative and have fun. Young people are taught the basics about painting, clay modelling, sculpting, craft work etc. If you wish to volunteer for this Workshop or are a business that is able to offer support to the program please email email@example.com
Wood and Metal Workshop
At the wood and metal skills workshop participants’ are taught the basic skills in using tools and machinery in a workshop. Participants also get to interact with positive male role models often missing from day to day life. If you wish to volunteer for this Workshop or are able to offer support to the program please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Streetball is run at the Fremantle PCYC on numerous Saturday nights from 6pm-9pm. Through sponsorship from the WA Police, Fremantle Foundation and local business donations, Streetball involves learning basketball drills and skills from ex Perth Wildcat Captain Brad Robbins. In addition to the opportunity to play in teams in nightly competitions and inter-PCYC Competitions the program also provides important messages to Youth through Leadership Workshops. Not only do participants have the chance to play ball they also have the opportunity to participate in extra activities such as Hip Hop, Art and Leadership Workshops. If you would like to come down and shoot some hoops please check out the flyer for running dates.
The Streetball program is a very rewarding and fun project to be involved in. The program is consistently looking for volunteers to assist the running of the program on various Saturday nights throughout the school term. If you are interested in supporting young people develop their passion for Sport and Recreation, while working and networking with lead youth agencies while working side by side with like-minded people, please contact Brad on 9314 3157 ext 4 or email@example.com
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