Autumn holidays

Autumn holiday fun

Our holiday activities are for 10 – 17-year-olds who live, work or study in the Mornington Peninsula.

Join fun, free activities led by qualified youth workers in each of our three youth hubs.

Hang out in a safe relaxing space and enjoy free wifi, video games, pool tables, art supplies, games and food!

No need to book for activities held in the centres each day just come along and join the fun.

Autumn holiday excursions

Register your interest for one our free excursions.

Due to limited numbers, places are not guaranteed. We will contact you to confirm your place.

Hijinx Hotel

Thursday 4 April

Hijinx Hotel, Chadstone

Bus transport provided to and from our youth hubs.

Have fun with a group taking on Hijinx Hotel’s 10 challenge rooms. Everyone gets a game card to play in the arcade afterwards.

Learn more about what’s on offer at Hijinx Hotel


Paddle board

Thursday 11 April 

Mornington Peninsula, beach TBC

Bus transport provided to and from our youth hubs.

Stand up paddle boarding is easy to learn, relaxing, adventurous and fun. The expert teachers from SUP-fit will help you build your confidence and have you standing up in no time! Have fun learning new skills and getting out on the water.

Learn more about SUP-fit Stand Up Paddle boarding


Have you visited our youth hubs before?

You don’t need to book to drop into any of our youth hubs. You will need to register your details with us so that we have parent/carer contact details and other relevant information.

Register with us here

Please note: our free services are for young people who have a connection to the Mornington Peninsula. Don’t live or work locally? Check out your local Council to find school holiday programs.

Find out about our ‘drop in’ model

Our Youth hubs are open after school weekdays and during school holidays. Young people aged 10-17 years can drop in and hang out!

Young people can choose what they want to do: hang out with friends, arts and crafts, gaming, making meals, chats, puzzles and games, sport and more!

Parents and carers should know our youth workers are trained in child safety, youth work and mental health first aid. We are not after school care. Youth workers provide partial supervision, and we allow young people to come and go from the hubs. We encourage parents to set expectations with their children around this.

We ensure young people’s safety by requiring all carers to register their children’s details with us.


Contact us at or call (03) 5950 1000

Register for one of our Programs