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In 1977, a public meeting was called to gauge interest in the town for a PCYC Centre. Following an enthusiastic response, a committee was elected and fundraising began!

Broome PCYC was officially opened in August 1981.

In 2021, the Centre underwent redevelopment, enabled by a grant from the State Government. The Centre is now home to an upgraded stadium, a new boxing and fitness facility, resurfaced basketball courts, a new ventilation system and upgraded bathrooms and changing rooms. These improvements provide a better environment for the hundreds of children and young people who attend Broome PCYC every week.

Well-known for its safeSPACE™ and School Holiday Programs, Broome PCYC is a popular after-school and evening hang-out for young people, where they can get involved in fun activities like basketball, arts and crafts and cultural workshops, all free of charge.

Monday to Saturday 6.00am – 8.00pm
(Closed Sundays and Public Holidays)

Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4.00pm
(Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays)

Got questions?

  • Gym

    Sign up today by contacting our Centre!

  • Skate Rats

    Have fun improving your skateboarding skills with our amazing teacher!
    >> Bring your own gear if you have it and a water bottle
    >> Parents and carers are encouraged to hang around

  • Futsal

    The game of Futsal is fast, fun and can be played by anyone of any age and skill level. The rules create an emphasis on creativity and technique as well as ball control and passing in confined spaces.

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  • safeSPACE

    SafeSPACE™ is our core diversionary program for vulnerable children and young people at-risk. Programs are run before school, after school and into the evening.
    This program is referral-based so contact your Centre directly for more information!

  • Drive to the Future

    The PCYC Drive to the Future Program ensures that more young drivers are safe and qualified to drive.
    In addition to providing quality instruction and guidance to novice drivers, the program aims to improve overall community safety.

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