Hurstville City Council provides information, resources and activities for young people in our community through its Youth Services.
Hurstville City's young people bring creativity, energy and hope for the future of our City. Young people in the area (12 to 24 years old) make up approximately 17 per cent of the total population.
Young people in Hurstville City are diverse in interests, outlooks, cultural backgrounds and needs. They have a right to access community facilities, services, and public spaces and to participate in community decision-making.
Hurstville City Council is committed to engaging young people in our community in decision-making and providing opportunities for them to identify their own needs.
For more information, please contact Council's Youth Services Worker on 02 9330 6063, or check out our pages below.
Hurstville Council Youth Survey
Congratulations to Tayla, the winner of the iPad mini. Tayla gave excellent feedback through her survey responses and is a deserved winner.
Our thanks also to everyone that completed the youth survey, your contributions are greatly appreciated and are currently being reviewed for inclusion into Council’s upcoming Youth Strategy.
Hurstville City Community Profile - snapshot of young people in the Hurstville local government area.
Hurstville City Social Atlas - socio-demographic characteristics of the City's youth.