Keep up to date with what's happening at Youth Services on our socials at
Instagram: @kalayouthservices | Facebook: @cityofkalamundayouth
The City of Kalamunda provides several activites to engage and involve the young people of our community. Find out what's happening here
Are you 12 - 20? Living, working or studying in the City of Kalamunda? Full of ideas, fiercely creative, passionate or wanting to make a difference to your community? Then we need you!
Zig Zag Early Years Partnership's goal is to support families and children aged 0 to 8 in the City of Kalamunda.
Identifying the youth interests, issues and aspirations of the Kalamunda community and establishes priorities and strategies to guide the City over the next five years
This is a 12-month position that is offered to a new young person each year
Do you know someone who volunteers their time and is passionate about making a difference? If they are 12-25 years old, why not give them the recognition they deserve and nominate them.
Interested in giving back and getting to know your community? Find out more about opportunities within the City.
There is something for everyone to enjoy for all fitness levels. There are amazing benefits that flow from leading an active lifestyle. Find your something here!
01 October 2022 : 8:00 AM
- 01 November 2022 : 8:00 AM
Young Creatives Kalamunda is held in September/October each year. In the alternate year where there is no Young Artist Awards a different theme is selected highlighting a different arts program.
For 2022 the theme is.......LIVE MUSIC with a spooky twist!
The month will also feature a range of creative Halloween inspired activities and workshops from Spooky Storytime's, Second Hand Spooky Crafternoon as well as a Decorate your House Competition running for the month with the best house winning a prize!
The Finale for the month will give young performers the opportunity to perform live for the City of Kalamunda community at the Kalamunda Night Markets on the Friday 28 October where the best Halloween Houses will be showcased and you can vote for the winner!
4 October - 31 October: Halloween Decoration Showcase CompetitionVenue: City of Kalamunda
Get into the Halloween spirit and create your own Halloween Decoration Showcase! Post a picture of your best Halloween Decoration for your chance to WIN in the Facebook event page here.
Disclaimer: Images must not contain any identifiable features such as house numbers or street names and you must obtain parental consent if you are under the age of 18 to participate.
Terms and Conditions Apply
Wednesday 19 October 3:30pm-5:00pmVenue: Zig Zag Cultural Centre Seminar Room
Join the Youth Team to get a head start on your Halloween House Decorations to win the Halloween Decorate Your House Competition. Bring everyday items from home such as cardboard boxes, empty bottles, cans, paper etc. and transform them into ghouls and ghost to get your House ready for the Spooky Season.
Come down for the Kalamunda Night Markets and see our young musicians throughout Kalamunda Perform LIVE to celebrate all things creative and wrap our Young Creatives Month. The Best Houses Voting for the Decorate Your House Competition will also be happening at the markets so don't miss the chance to vote on the spookiest house.
Register for any of our Spooky Highlights here!
These are only some of the events for the month, there are story times and creepy crafts held at the Libraries throughout the City and there will be a range of online content to engage with on the @CityofKalamundaYouth Facebook and @Kalayouthservices Instagram page.
Check out the calendar of events here.
The City welcomes and encourages the attendance of people with disabilities, and will try to accommodate any access needs disclosed. Please get in contact to discuss any further access or dietary needs.
Various Locations throughout City of Kalamunda
City of Kalamunda Youth
If you have any questions, ideas or feedback about youth services and activities in the City of Kalamunda please contact the Youth Team.Phone: (08) 9257 9968 Email: email@example.com.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.