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Geraldton PCYC stands as a vibrant hub within the North-West region, bustling with activity and community engagement. With nearly 80 years of serving the community, the Centre continues to offer a diverse range of safe and inclusive recreational activities and youth engagement programs.

Throughout its history, Geraldton PCYC has built strong collaborative relationships with the WA Police and a range of community partners, including local Aboriginal organisations. Fostering these relationships allows the Centre to deliver the most appropriate services for the community.

Geraldton PCYC strives to give children and young people opportunities to participate in transformative activities, that would otherwise remain out of reach. Making music in a professional studio and learning to surf are among the highlights for young people in Geraldton.



  • Day rate $8
  • 1 Month $50
  • 3 Months $135
  • 6 Months $240
  • 12 Months $400

Bring a friend

  • Day rate $14
  • 1 Month $80
  • 3 Months $200
  • 6 Months $350
  • 12 Months $600


  • Day rate $7
  • 1 Month $40
  • 3 Months $110
  • 6 Months $190
  • 12 Months $320
  • Combat Sport Boxing/ Kickboxing

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  • Junior Boxing

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  • Senior Boxing

    Boxing Technique, Movement and Fitness. To incorporate skills and encourage a commitment to a training philosophy in an open and inclusive environment. To introduce boxing as a sport for health and wellbeing in a safe non-contact environment focussing on personal development.

  • Fun with Wendy

    Wendy's Gym Fun and Toddler Gym held at Geraldton PCYC.
    Various classes for children ages 18 months to year 6.

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  • 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.

  • 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!

  • School Holiday Programs

    Keeping children and young people entertained during the school holidays is key to keeping them on the right path. By providing accessible School Holiday Programs, PCYC aims to ease the pressure on low-income families to find interesting, age-appropriate activities for children and young people during holidays.

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