MEDIA RELEASE: St Kilda PCYC wins state award for Youth Outreach Program

The St. Kilda PCYC (Police and Citizen’s Youth Club) is a not-for-profit organisation, mentoring and engaging with youth of all ages and backgrounds. Our ultimate goal is to provide support and training to develop future leaders with programs that empower youth for life.

As one of Melbourne’s most established youth support specialists, we have invested a great deal of time and effort into providing our members with the necessary facilities to break away from every day life and to engage with uplifting, community-based activities.

We fund our youth programs with community support and memberships for our fully equipped gym located in St Kilda that is open to all in the community. 

Youth Room St Kilda Gym St Kilda Boxing Classes Youth Outreach Programs Indoor Basketball Court at St Kilda PCYC

Youth Programs for Melbourne Youth


St Kilda PCYC Gym & Fitness Classes


Health and fitness starts here as we offer state-of-the-art gym and group fitness facilities at affordable rates. Our qualified trainers assist you in a fun and friendly manner whilst ensuring your health goals are achieved.

St Kilda PCYC Gym & Fitness Classes Membership


Learn more about St. Kilda PCYC’s membership options. With access to range of exclusive services and state-of-the-art facilities, it’s no wonder that our memberships are being taken on, thick and fast.

About St Kilda PCYC's Youth Programs


The St. Kilda PCYC is a not-for-profit, charitable organisation, created specifically to “Empower Youth For Life” through means otherwise unavailable to the young and disadvantaged.


  • Youth development
  • Quality and integrity
  • Partnerships
  • Commitment to development
  • Equality and fairness
  • Commitment to founding principles


  • Loyal, motivated staff and volunteers
  • Victorian Police Service Support
  • Management infrastructure
  • Community and government support
  • Availability of facilities, resources and services


  • Youth and families
  • Members
  • Volunteers
  • Schools
  • Government
  • Businesses and corporations
  • Victorian Police Service
  • Community associations


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