Head down to the picturesque beaches along the Golden Mile in Dalmeny for a day of good vibes. Nature is your playground with sun, surf and sand as the backdrop Loud music, beach games and a BBQ; what more do you need to start a party to celebrate Youth Week? DJ Matt O'Brien will be playing all your favourite tunes, so you can chill out or party - the choice is yours! Fill in our youth survey to go in the running to win an Apple watch. Council has partnered with Dalmeny Boardriders to run this event. Here are some key times for the day: 8am: Boardriders surf heats begin 12pm - 3pm: Beach volleyball and other games 12.30pm: Sandcastle competition 3pm - 5pm: Music and beach doof Young people are free to come and go from the beach. Supervision will be limited to the beach and immediate surrounding area. This is a drug and alcohol free event. Please pack sunscreen, hat and bring your own water. Free transport There will be a FREE bus running from Moruya to the event. The pickup times and locations are: 11am - Moruya bus stop, opposite Apex Park, Vulcan Street, Moruya 11.20am - Tuross shops, Evans Road, Tuross Head 11:40am Bodalla, Princes Highway 12pm - Narooma Tourist Information Centre, Princes Highway, Narooma 12.05pm - Kianga near phone box, Centenary Drive, Kianga 12.10pm - arrive at Dalmeny beach Important information This event is suitable for 12 to 18 year olds. A sexual health nurse will also be one site to answer questions from youth. More information For more information please contact Coordinator Community Development and Youth Zoe Morgan: T: 02 4474 7470 firstname.lastname@example.org
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