Young people make community life vibrant at the City of Charles Sturt. Our Youth Development Team is dedicated to working with local young people to offer a range of activities, workshops, projects and initiatives.
The new home of the Youth Development Team, The Brocas at 111 Woodville Road, has a variety of youth friendly activities, workshops and programs.
Check out events and activities at The Brocas.
The City of Charles Sturt on Facebook
See the City through our eyes and join the conversation on our official Council facebook page.
Did you know most Community Centre activities are open to all ages? Join us dancing in the dark, learning an artisan craft or getting techy.
Our libraries have more than just books. We've got workshops, music, art, digital hubs, and a virtual library.
Check out What's On at the Libraries.
Our community event calendar has a range of exciting local events happening all over the City.
Change Maker program for under 30s
Change Makers are people who create a positive difference in our community.
We would love to hear from:
- young people keen to get a local project off the ground
- young people who want to make a positive difference in their community
- young people who have a new or quirky activity, program or event idea
Learn more about being a Change Maker.
Try soccer, canoeing, fencing, bowling, tennis, surf life saving, netball, football, croquet and more.
Geocaching is a real-life treasure hunt game that anyone with a GPS device or Smartphone can play.
We are bringing the exciting world of geocaching to your door step.
Learn more about geocaching in Charles Sturt.
Do you want to have your views considered in Council decision making?
Your Say Charles Sturt is Council's dedicated community consultation hub. It's designed to let you contribute to some of the issues currently being considered by Council.
Learn more about Your Say Charles Sturt.
Western Worker With Youth Network (WWWYN) is a supportive network for workers and agencies providing services to young people across the Cities of Charles Sturt, Port Adelaide Enfield and West Torrens.
The network’s monthly meetings provide an opportunity to collaborate and share information. WWWYN also has an email distribution list to assist information sharing across the youth sector.