Outrage Holiday Program

The Outrage Holiday Program is an exciting program providing supervised activities for 12-16 year olds every school holidays.

All days have a cost of $34. Lunch is provided some days although we recommended participants bring money, drinks and snacks.

Outrage program

The Outrage Holiday program for the April school holidays can be found in the table below. 

All Outrage bookings are made online.

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To keep updated on youth programs and events, follow Cockburn Youth Services on Facebook and Instagram.

April 2022

Date Activity 
Monday, 11 April

Laser Corps Swan Valley

Laser corps has a huge range of laser tag pistols, small SMG’s and sniper rifles. Their battlefields are filled with bunkers, huts, creeks, and bridges set the scene for the ultimate laser tag skirmish.

Bring:Sports clothes, shoes, water bottle
Lunch: Provided
Drop offs: Hamilton Hill - 3.30pm, Beeliar - 3.45pm, Success - 4pm
Cost: $34

Tuesday, 12 April

Girls Only Surf / Skate Day

April is all about the board sports for our girls only day. Start the morning catching waves at Trigg beach. Then head off to Beyond Skate Park where you will learn all the tricks and tips from the pros at the only indoor park in Perth. All equipment is provided.

Bring: Bathers, towel sports clothes, shoes, water bottle
Lunch: Provided
Drop offs: Hamilton Hill - 4pm, Beeliar - 4.15pm, Success -4.30pm
Cost: $34
Wednesday, 13 April Parkour & Indoor Rockclimbing Urban Jungle
Start the day at The Wilding Project headquarters to learn gymnastics and parkour from the local masters. In the afternoon we’ll be heading to the latest indoor rockclimbing facility Urban Jungle.
 
Bring: Socks, shoes, appropriate clothing
Lunch: Sandwiches provided
Drop offs:  Success - 3.15pm, Beeliar - 3.30pm, Hamilton Hill - 3.45pm
Cost: $34
Thursday, 14 April Bounce / Retro Gaming
A fantastic morning at Bounce for two hours of trampoline fun. Then we head back to the Youth Centre for a selection of retro video games including racing, fighting and shooting games and  air hockey.
 
Bring: Sports clothes
Lunch: Food supplied or BYO
Drop offs: Success - 3.30pm, Beeliar - 3.45pm, Hamilton Hill - 4pm
Cost: $34
Good Friday  
Easter Monday  
Tuesday 19 April Ice skating/ Movies
Join us at Cockburn Ice arena. All skill levels are welcome, so if you haven’t skated before - no problem. In the afternoon we head to the movies for the latest show.
 
Bring: Shoes, long socks, money 
Lunch: Buy or bring your own
Drop offs: Hamilton Hill - 4.30pm, Beeliar - 4.45pm, Success - 5pm
Cost: $34
Wednesday 20 April Superbowl / Bubble Soccer
Time to aim for the pins!! Open the day with two games of ten pin bowling. In the afternoon challenge your friends to Bubble Soccer back at the centre. For those who want a longer day stick around the centre and join in basketball skills and thrills.
 
Bring: Sports clothing, socks, and water bottle
Lunch: Supplied
Drop offs: Hamilton Hill - 4pm, Beeliar - 3.45pm, Success - 3.30pm
Cost: $34
Thursday 21 April Rock n Roll MTB Kalamunda
Outrage heads to the mountain bike trails of Kalamunda for an exciting day out. Tuition, first grade MTBs and helmets supplied by Rock and Roll Mountain Biking. This is an awesome adventure for those who want to learn or improve their bike skills.
 
Bring: Shoes, sports clothes, water bottle, and helmet if you have one
Lunch: Sandwiches supplied, tuck shop on site 
Drop offs: Hamilton Hill - 3.45pm, Beeliar - 4pm, Success - 4.15pm
Cost: $34
Friday 22 April TKC Go Karts & Ultimate Dodgeball
One of the most requested days on Outrage so get in quick!! Enjoy the high octane Go kart action at TKC. This centre has all the latest in safety features and fast karts. In the afternoon its back to the centre for Ultimate Dodgeball.
 
Bring: Appropriate clothing, shoes, water bottle
Lunch: Provided at YC or Buy/Bring your own
Drop offs:  Success - 3pm, Beeliar - 3.15pm, Hamilton Hill - 3.30pm
Cost: $34

How do I register?

Spaces are limited and online registrations are required. Go to Register Now opens in a new window to register.

How much does Outrage cost?

Each day of Outrage costs the same, $34. This is usually paid during online registration opens in a new window.

Please be aware that bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Pick Up and Drop Off Locations

We offer three pick up and drop off locations:

  • Success - Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, Success. Bus departs: 9am
  • Beeliar - Beeliar Community Hall, Lakefront Ave, Beeliar. Bus departs: 9.15am
  • Hamilton Hill - Café Mint & Chilli nr Memorial Hall, Cnr Rockingham Rd & Carrington St, Hamilton Hill. Bus departs: 9.30am

Drop-off times are estimated. Please allow up to 15 minutes for traffic conditions.

Program Rules

All participants must comply with the program rules that are stated online when booking. Please read the rules to your young person as they cover language, behaviour and general program expectations. Our rules ensure that the program runs safely and that all participants enjoy themselves.

At the time of booking, a Participant Contract needs to be completed as it is important that everyone is aware of what is acceptable behaviour to ensure the enjoyment and wellbeing of all participants.

More Information 

For more information about the Outrage Holiday program, contact Steve Atherton, Youth Development Officer, via email or on 08 9411 3888.

You should also check out the Youth Centre Holiday Program opens in a new window to see what awesome events we have planned at the Youth Centre over summer.

You can also follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates in regards to youth programs and events.

Frequently Asked Questions 

My child is not quite 12, can they still enrol?
Yes, the target age for Outrage is 12–16 years but we do accept enrolments from those who are turning 12 this year.
What considerations around Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been made?
With the outbreak of COVID-19, the City’s greatest priority is the health and safety of its community. For all
Outrage events:
  • If your child feels ill prior to the event, please cancel their attendance at [email protected] or call 9411 3888
  • Hand sanitiser and/or wipes will be available if in stock (please bring your own if possible).
  • Numbers per event will be a maximum of 30 attendees.
  • Lunches and snacks are preferred to be brought from home. There will be a limited food provided. These should not be shared between participants.
  • Inform your child of the need for social distancing.

We encourage all attendees to practice good hygiene and to follow the guidelines released from the various government authorities. For more information on the coronavirus visit the WA Department of Health website.
Why do you need my Medicare number when registering?
In the unlikely event that your child needs urgent medical attention, the provision of their Medicare number will assist in their prompt treatment.
Is lunch included?
Depending on the day, lunch or snacks may be provided. On days where you must bring or purchase your own food, we recommend bringing $10–15 to purchase lunch.
What are the pick up & drop off locations?
We offer three pick up and drop off locations:
  • Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, Success - Bus departs: 9am
  • Beeliar Community Hall, Lakefront Ave, Beeliar - Bus departs: 9.15am
  • Café Mint & Chilli nr Memorial Hall, Cnr Rockingham Rd & Carrington St, Hamilton Hill - Bus departs: 9.30am
Drop-off times are estimated. Please allow up to 15 minutes for traffic conditions.
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Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

Office opening hours:
8.30am to 4.30pm
Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)

Language Support

Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
Ngalak kaadatj dayin boodja, kep wer malayin. Ngalak kaadatj koora koora wer yeyi ngalang birdiya.

City of Cockburn acknowledges the Nyungar people of Beeliar boodja. Long ago, now and in the future they care for country.
We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging.