Community Centres

Our community centres based in Acacia Ridge, Cannon Hill, Mango Hill, North Lakes, Springfield Central, and Springfield Lakes. YMCA Community Centres provide a safe and welcoming space for people to connect, have fun and receive the support they need. Communities, especially young people have the opportunity to form friendships and develop their sense of self, wellbeing and confidence through social, cultural and recreational activities.

Community Centre Locations

YMCA Acacia Ridge Youth Centre (The Ridge)

10 Mannington Road, Acacia Ridge, QLD 4110
Ph: 07 3277 0911
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YMCA Cannon Hill Community Centre

18 Lang St, Cannon Hill QLD 4170
Ph: 07 3517 2424
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YMCA Mango Hill Community Centre

22 Halpine Drive, Mango Hill 4509
Ph: 07 3053 3822
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YMCA North Lakes Youth Centre (The Space)

Cnr Lakefield Drive & Endeavour Boulevard, North Lakes, QLD 4509
Ph: 07 3293 6100
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YMCA Springfield Central Community Centre

134A Parkland Dr, Springfield Lakes QLD 4300
Ph: 0476 021 906
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YMCA Springfield Lakes Community Centre

53 Springfield Lake Boulevard, Springfield Lakes, QLD 4300
Ph: 07 3288 2292
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YMCA Youth Centre Redlands (The Link)

128 Link Rd, Victoria Point QLD 4165
Ph: 07 3517 2432
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YMCA believes in the power of inspired young people.

We have created safe and supportive community spaces where you can connect with others.

Ensuring young people have a voice and feel heard is central to the work of the YMCA. We know that four out of every five young people don’t feel confident to speak on matters that concern them. Mental health problems and disorders also account for 50% of the burden of disease among young people.

Our community hubs are a place where they can share their thoughts and ideas, and be heard. We are committed to developing young people into resilient and confident adults equipped with skills and abilities to be a part of their community.

Our Community Hubs have the power to transform young people’s lives.

Kelly was a passionate member of a local hard-core metal music band when he began playing regularly at The Space in 2013. In early 2014, Kelly became the welcoming face of North Lakes reception when he joined the YMCA team as a junior admin assistant. Kelly experienced a steep learning curve during his first few months on the job, learning essential administration and customer service skills.

Kelly was nominated to attend the Inspired Leaders camp in Warwick in 2018, and has since become promoted to Project Officer with the Social Impact administration team. He has now also commenced studying IT and Business at university. Kelly’s story is one of inspiration and profound personal growth, demonstrating how our Community Hubs help empower youth to become the next generation of leaders in our community.

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