The Shire provides a variety of Youth programs for young people across the peninsula.
FReeZa is a Victorian government initiative that provides young people with industry skills and experiences in staging events in their local communities.
A program to help learners get their 120 hours on road driving experience.
Programs and activities for young people who identify as Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Trans, and Intersex as well as young people who support them.
A state-funded program that brings schools and agencies together to support young people to remain connected to education.
A program that facilitates and promotes the healthy development of children and young people on the Mornington Peninsula.
Each school holidays we run excursions, as well as plenty of activities at each of our 3 youth centres.
Our Drop In programs operate out of each of our Youth Centres, as well as various community locations around the Shire. This page provides information about our community Drop In locations. For more information about our centre based Drop In programs, please visit the relevant centre page.
Youth mental health first aid training can assist in supporting young people. The Shire is providing mental health first aid training to anyone working, volunteering with or caring for young people on the Mornington Peninsula.
Join Mornington Peninsula’s Youth Advisory Committee in celebrating and awarding young people in the area for their talents.