Our centres are committed to being involved in all types of community events (large and small) and are place an emphasis on engaging with local communities and groups. We offer a range of extra activities that prove to be a big hit for young people in the community.
WA PCYC Mobile Climbing Wall
Let us bring the fun and excitement of the WA PCYC Climbing Wall to your next event.
WA PCYC has two Mobile Climbing Walls which are suitable for children, youth and adults. One of the largest in WA, our Climbing Walls stand at 8m tall and provide some of the most competitive climbing routes for up to 5 climbers at a time.
Our Climbing Walls are used as part of our WA PCYC centre activities programs, and are also perfect for promotional events, open days, community events, corporate team building days, universities, outdoor programs, school activities, recreational facilities, fetes and fitness centres.
We provide fully qualified supervisors and public liability insurance, offering a challenging, fun and safe youth engagement activity. Our team service Perth events, and can even travel anywhere in WA.
Our Climbing Wall is fantastic for kids, teenagers and adults, and is designed to cater for all abilities. At every event, our supervisors encourage youth to enjoy the experience and learn how to climb. To enquire or make a booking please email email@example.com or call (08) 9277 4388.
The Fun Truck
The WA PCYC Fun Truck is a 3 tonne truck loaded with a range of recreational activities, a sound system and even a BBQ. The Fun Truck is perfect for local community events and after school outreach services.
The Fun Truck is also available to make your next event loads of fun. All we do is bring the Fun Truck and park it at your location, and let the youth enjoy all available activities.
The Fun Truck is kitted out with the following equipment:
Basketball ring and basketballs
Tennis rackets, balls and nets
Soccer balls and nets
If you would like to have the Fun Truck at next event, or part of your youth engagement program please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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