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Gosnells

Gosnells PCYC is a place for local young people to participate in a range of recreational activities such as gymnastics, judo, junior and senior boxing and air rifles.

The centre also offers a very diverse activity timetable with alternative education courses and programs running multiple days a week. Gosnells PCYC is renowned for its Boxing and Judo programs, producing incredible sports outcomes.

  • GymAbility

    Gymnastics for children and young adults living with a disability.

  • Judo

    Judo is a modern Japanese martial art that offers physical exercise, discipline, mental focus, fitness, fun, competition, self-defence, confidence and self-control. It is a sport that allows you to set personal or competitive goals while also having fun and making friends in the process.

  • Archery

    Various targets, regular competitions and rewards with friendly, experienced and qualified coaches.

  • Gymnastics

    PCYC provides a range of gymnastics classes from beginners to state and national squad levels, designed to allow children to progress appropriately, at their own pace.

  • KinderGym

    KinderGym is a GWA approved toddler play program held at PCYC that is specifically designed for children aged 0-5.

  • Boxing

    Boxing has been a key activity at PCYC since it began as the Police Boys Club in 1941. Over the years it has continued to develop and is still to date, one our most popular recreational activities. All of our boxing classes cater to all fitness levels and ages.

  • Air Rifles

    Air Rifles is a competitive shooting sport that requires a high level of discipline, focus and patience. Participants of Air Rifles at PCYC get the opportunity to see their skill level progress each week.

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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.

  • Full Throttle

    Full Throttle is PCYC's bike rebuilding program for young people aged 12-18 years old, who are disengaged from school, to restore damaged or donated bikes.

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  • Certificate I in Leadership

    Certificate I in Leadership (52773WA) is a bridging course that assists young people to progress to further education, training or employment through the development of employability and leadership skills and increased community participation.

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