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Salisbury Youth Council

Salisbury Youth Council 2012

About Youth Council

The Salisbury Youth Council is an opportunity for young people to make a difference in the community, to be involved in decision making and inform Council about issues that affect young people.

It's made up of 18 young people aged 14 - 25 who represent different schools, community groups, agencies or clubs in Salisbury. The Youth Council also has up to six mentors from key organisations in the community as well as three elected members.

Each year the Youth Council works on two main projects that are decided upon by the Youth Council members. These are things that they see as important for themselves and other young people. The project teams then plan, develop and implement activities around these ideas. They consult with other young people in the community and work with local businesses, community groups, youth agencies and organisations.

The Youth Council has worked on many projects including cyber safety, youth homelessness, safe partying, youth mental health, public art, safety at the Interchange, disability inclusion, anti-bullying,  domestic & family violence, young people & gambling and healthy eating.


Projects in 2021

Salisbury Youth Council are doing 2 key projects this year with a focus on LGBTQI+ Support and Education and Mental Health Awareness.


This project team will work with services to deliver Ally training for young people wanting to support their friends, create info packs and work with schools to bring a better understanding of the needs of the young people who identify as LGBTQI+.  They will also partner with services to join in with FEAST week 

Mental Health

This project team will work towards to delivering Men’s Mental Health Forums partnering with schools and sporting clubs. They will also run a mental health campaign on Facebook during National Mental Health Week.

Meanwhile check out the Youth in Salisbury Facebook Page to see these great projects and much more.


Joining Youth Council

Applications for Salisbury Youth Council 2022 will open in September 2021.

For more information about joining Youth Council please contact Julie Brett on 8406 8540 | 0434 600 820 or email


SA Youth Parliament

The City of Salisbury is offering 4 young people sponsorship to attend SA Youth Parliament 2021.

This application does not guarantee you a position or sponsorship in the program. The outcome will be determined by a panel and the successful candidates will be contacted.

Each applicant will still need to complete the Youth Parliament application via the YMCA website. The City of Salisbury does not take responsibility for the program application submissions.

Successful sponsored applicants will be required to report back to the City of Salisbury at the completion of the program.

To apply for sponsorship please visit:

To learn more about SA Youth Parliament visit: