Our Youth Drop-in event is the perfect opportunity for young people to connect, have fun, and make new friends.

    When: Every Wednesday after school

    For ages: 11 to 16 years

    Time: 3PM to 5:30 PM

    Location: The SECC Hub | 1007 Botany Rd, Mascot (opposite Mascot Memorial Park)

    At The Hub, we have a range of activities planned just for you!

    From engaging art workshops to interactive games, there's something for everyone.


    Free snacks
    Playstation 5
    Ping Pong
    Arts and crafts

    Unleash your creativity, challenge your friends, or kick back and relax in our welcoming space.

    Whether you're into arts and crafts, music, or simply hanging out with like-minded individuals, our Youth Hub is for you.

    Our friendly team, led by Youth Worker Juliette Herrera, will be there to ensure you have a great time.

    No need to worry about admission fees or registrations – just show up and enjoy!

    Spread the word among your friends and let's make this Youth Drop-in at The Hub an unforgettable experience. We can't wait to see you there!

    Enquiries: Juliette - 0421 942 458

1007 Botany Rd, Mascot NSW 2020, Australia

11 - 16 years old

0 hour

Where to find us

1007 Botany Rd, Mascot NSW 2020, Australia

About the provider

Do you live in one of these LGAs?


City of Sydney,


Waverley, or


Do you want to connect with a community centre that cares?

SECC is here for you, no matter your age, background, or life situation.

SECC offers support that's meaningful to you.

We combat the loneliness epidemic through dynamic community programs and services.

We offer:

- Weekly Supported Playgroups in various locations including Messy Playgroups

- Parenting courses, e.g. First Aid and CPR for Babies and Children, and workshops to help families manage toddler and child behaviour.

- Support for high school aged kids. SECC regularly advocates for young people in the local community. The centre at Mascot regularly offers a youth drop in, tutoring and mentoring to people aged 12-25 and other programs throughout the year. SECC runs the Managing Angry Adolescents Differently (MAAD) and RAGE courses, which help young people manage their emotions.

Our staff are friendly, professional, and many speak different languages.

SECC is managed by a voluntary board of directors made up of local community members and services and has been operating in Eastlakes for over 40 years.

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