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Rockingham PCYC has been a central part of the community for many years. As well as providing a variety of sport and recreational activities, Rockingham PCYC provides vital programs for young people at risk, and certified Vocational Educational Training through our unique Registered Training Organisation for young people who are disengaged from school.

We are incredibly grateful to the State Government for the recent investment which saw our Rockingham Centre refurbished. There is still so much more we could do for vulnerable children and the wider community, and we hope to secure additional funding to further improve our facilities and support more young people that need our help.


Premier Hon Mark McGowan MLA officially reopens Rockingham PCYC after $2.86M redevelopment

The Premier Hon Mark McGowan MLA officially reopened Rockingham PCYC on Friday 24th March in the presence of the Minister of Police, Hon Paul Papalia CSC MLA, PCYC Chairperson, Geoff Stooke AM CitWA, Commissioner of Children and Young People, Jacqueline McGowan-Jones, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Training, Water, and Youth, Hon Pierre Yang MLC, Mayor of the City of Rockingham, Deb Hamblin, CEO of the City of Rockingham, Michael Parker, other dignitaries and local stakeholders.

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  • 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.

  • Building Blocks

    Learn gymnastics skills in a non-competitive environment focusing on fun and fitness. Gymnasts are encouraged to further develop their fundamental movement skills through circuit-based activities.

  • 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.

  • J-Fit Self Defence

    Learn self-defence in a non-competitive environment.
    An introduction to self-defence and martial arts with a focus on exercise, having some fun and learning some skills while you’re getting fit.

  • Roller-skating

    This activity is a structured classes where participants are taught to have confidence when skating, developing balance and coordination.

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  • Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation

    This course is an introductory qualification to automotive retail, service and repair industries and an entry to further training in many sectors.

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