Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan

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YOUTH - What do YOUth want? | Outdoor public spaces | Sport and outdoor recreation facilities | Events and activities


Youth co-design workshops are on during June. Scroll down to register.


We are developing a Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan to improve the quality and diversity of the sport and outdoor recreational facilities and activities for young people aged 12 to 24 years across the Tweed.

Thank you to the 550 young people who completed the Youth Outdoor Recreation Survey. The survey has closed and we’re now finalising the community feedback report.

This action plan will build on the extensive community engagement conducted to develop Council’s Open Space Strategy 2019–2029 with children, youth and the broader community.

You told us you wanted more district levels parks, skate facilities, opportunities for biking, more green space, social spaces to be with family and friends and more events and activities.

We are now hosting a series of youth co-design workshops to understand what these should look like, what should be included and how they should be designed.


Youth co-design workshops

Have your say and share your ideas. Young people aged 12- 24 years are invited to join industry experts to co-design new outdoor youth spaces, recreation facilities, events and activities in the Tweed.

Bookings are essential and numbers are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Council and Young Change Agents are teaming up to run a series of youth co-design workshops. This is your chance to design and develop ideas for four key projects.

Click on the relevant links below to register.

  1. Bike park
  2. Skate park
  3. Youth spaces in parks
    • Face to face – Wednesday 23 June, during school hours from 10am to 2pm
  4. Youth events and activities
    • Face to face – Wednesday 23 June, during school hours from 10am to 2pm
    • Online – Wednesday 23 June, 4pm to 7pm

All face to face workshops will be held at Tweed Shire Council's Administration Building at the corner of Brett and Wharf streets in Tweed Heads.


Competition winner

Congratulations James from Kingscliff who is the competition winner. James has won himself a smartphone of his choice, valued up to $1200.

YOUTH - What do YOUth want? | Outdoor public spaces | Sport and outdoor recreation facilities | Events and activities


Youth co-design workshops are on during June. Scroll down to register.


We are developing a Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan to improve the quality and diversity of the sport and outdoor recreational facilities and activities for young people aged 12 to 24 years across the Tweed.

Thank you to the 550 young people who completed the Youth Outdoor Recreation Survey. The survey has closed and we’re now finalising the community feedback report.

This action plan will build on the extensive community engagement conducted to develop Council’s Open Space Strategy 2019–2029 with children, youth and the broader community.

You told us you wanted more district levels parks, skate facilities, opportunities for biking, more green space, social spaces to be with family and friends and more events and activities.

We are now hosting a series of youth co-design workshops to understand what these should look like, what should be included and how they should be designed.


Youth co-design workshops

Have your say and share your ideas. Young people aged 12- 24 years are invited to join industry experts to co-design new outdoor youth spaces, recreation facilities, events and activities in the Tweed.

Bookings are essential and numbers are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment.

Council and Young Change Agents are teaming up to run a series of youth co-design workshops. This is your chance to design and develop ideas for four key projects.

Click on the relevant links below to register.

  1. Bike park
  2. Skate park
  3. Youth spaces in parks
    • Face to face – Wednesday 23 June, during school hours from 10am to 2pm
  4. Youth events and activities
    • Face to face – Wednesday 23 June, during school hours from 10am to 2pm
    • Online – Wednesday 23 June, 4pm to 7pm

All face to face workshops will be held at Tweed Shire Council's Administration Building at the corner of Brett and Wharf streets in Tweed Heads.


Competition winner

Congratulations James from Kingscliff who is the competition winner. James has won himself a smartphone of his choice, valued up to $1200.

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