National Youth Week
National Youth Week is an annual, week-long celebration of young people (aged 12–25) throughout Australia.
It's a joint initiative of the Australian, state, territory and local Governments. It's an opportunity to express your ideas and views, and to act on issues that affect your lives. It's also a chance to have a lot of fun.
Each year, all over Australia, events are planned and organised to celebrate and recognise the contribution of young people. In 2016 more than 23,000 young people from across Victoria participated in National Youth Week activities.
NYW 2017 in Victoria
National Youth Week 2017 was held from 31 March to 9 April 2017.
105 organisations received a National Youth Week 2017 grant from the Victorian Government to stage events for young people across Victoria, including film festivals, music performances and art exhibitions.
The links below show a calendar listing all of the NYW events that took place each day across Victoria.
- Pre- and post-NYW events (95.03 KB)
- Multi-day events happening across NYW (93.62 KB)
- Friday 31 March - Tuesday 4 April (100.16 KB)
- Wednesday 5 April - Friday 7 April (100.32 KB)
- Saturday 8 April - Sunday 9 April (92.11 KB)
- All National Youth Week events listed by local area (59.21 KB)
To find out which is your local council, visit knowyourcouncil.vic.gov.au (new window).
For further information about National Youth Week 2017 in Victoria, please contact Casie McDougall on (03) 9096 1244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.