Fraser Coast youth to be honoured with big week of free activities

FRASER Coast Youth Week will extra sweet this year, with festivities falling in the school holidays.

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Fraser Coast Youth Week 2022 takes place between Tuesday, April 5 and Friday, April 8.

Activities are open anyone aged 12 to 25-years.

The Fraser Coast Regional Council says it has planned a big week of free activities.

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Mayor George Seymour said the events cater for a range of interests and age groups.

“Events include a colour run and disc golf at the Tinana Recreation Reserve in Maryborough to a pool party at the Hervey Bay Aquatic Centre and Youth Fest at the Seafront Oval, said Cr Seymour.

“By co-ordinating these activities, we show our youths that they are important to us; they are valued and they make a valuable contribution to our communities.

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“The events also are an opportunity to show that we value our youths; that we want to engage with them and hear what they have to say about the world around them and their aspirations to ensure that the region is the place they want to live, work and play.”

You can access more youth week information on Council’s website.

Youth Week events:

  • Maryborough Colour Run and Disk Golf Open Day Tuesday April 5, 12pm-3pm:
    The Headspace colour run continues its success this year in a new location at the Tinana Recreation Reserve on Woolooga Road and adjacent to the Tinana Sports Precinct.
  • Hervey Bay Pool Party Wednesday April 6, 12pm-3pm:
    The centre will be open with no entry. A live DJ will be onsite to provide contemporary tunes and taking requests. The inflatable obstacle course will be in action.
  • Seafront Oval Youth Fest Thursday April 7, 11am-3pm:
    A market-like environment where Fraser Coast youth service providers will offer activities and promote the services that are available on the Fraser Coast.
  • Maryborough Trip to the Movies Friday April 8, 4:30pm-9:30pm:
    Council has hired the theatre for the afternoon to screen two movies. Entry is free but limited and will be allocated to people as they arrive until they run out. The titles are yet to be determined.

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