Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
Acknowledgement of Country
In the spirit of reconciliation, PCYC acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Australia and their connection to land, sea and community.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
PCYC prides itself on bringing activities, courses and services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People throughout Western Australia, even in very remote locations.
On this page, you will find targeted information to help you find out easily what is available for you.
At PCYC we're proud to support the work of Reconciliation Australia by developing our first 'Reflect' Reconciliation Action Plan.Read it now!
Did you know that as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person between 15 and 18 years old, you can self-refer to our Institute of Training courses?Explore our courses
Drive to the Future
Currently located in Broome, Northam and Geraldton, this program ensures that more young drivers are safe and qualified to drive. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People can self-refer!Learn more
safeSPACE™, safeSISTAS and Boys Group
These programs create a home away from home where young people can relax, make friends and take part in fun activities.
In some areas, like Carnarvon, Broome and Kununurra amongst others, safeSPACE™ includes special activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, with involvement from community organisations and Elders. For example, Back to Country trips and fun activities celebrating the Indigenous culture.
Have fun with Blue Light™
If you don't live near a PCYC Centre, we have Blue Light™ Units where you can take part in a range of fun activities and events.
So check out our map to see if there's a Unit near you!Find a Blue Light™ Unit
Photos and Privacy
We would like to warn Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islander People that this website may contain images of deceased people.
We take your personal privacy seriously and ask for written permission before we use photos of people on our website or social media. However, if you find a photo of yourself that you do not wish for us to use, please get in touch!Contact us