Chillin' at No. 86


The "Number 86" Youth Centre in West Leederville is a safe drop in place for young people in the area aged 12-25.

 Contact Us


86 Cambridge Street, West Leederville 
Telephone  9381 1996 or 9382 1651 
 Fax 9382 1612


Run by a team of highly-trained youth workers the focus is on developing opportunities for innovative, safe, youth-oriented recreation, leisure and cultural activities.

Program development focuses on music events, youth arts, performance, film and photography to provide young people with a creative outlet for activities outside of the typical sporting realm.

The centre also offers assistance to young people with complex needs such as issues involving drugs, relationship, mental health , pregnancy, early parenthood, diverse sexuality, abuse and isolation. Youth workers can respond to individual crises and issues and provide information, referral and support on a range of issues.

Keep up to date with what's happening at Number 86 on our  Facebook  page.

When we're open

  Day Time


12pm - 6pm


12pm - 6pm


12pm - 6pm


12pm - 6pm


3pm - 7pm


School Holidays at Number 86 Youth Centre

The Number 86 Youth Centre organises a range of fun activities throughout each school holiday break. A full list of activities can be found in the School Holiday Brochure.


Ongoing Casual Barista Training

Learn to use a professional coffee machine, a great skill to have on your resume!

Visit the No.86 Youth Centre for free one-on-one training at your convenience.

Contact Cambridge Youth Services on 9381 1996 or email to book a time.

Other cool stuff at #86 

  • pool table
  • air hockey
  • table tennis
  • TV/DVD/video/stereo
  • cafe facilities
  • computer with printer and fax and Beanbag Internet Centre
  • digital photography, web-design and film making

The Youth Centre also looks after the Perry Lakes Skate Park. Find out more on the skate park here.

Activities happening now!

There's always something happening down at No. 86. 

Young Writers Competition



To all the young talented writers out there, it's time to sharpen your pencil, let your imagination go wild and hone your writing skills in the Town's annual Young Writers' Competition.

Entries are now open to young people aged 12-25 years who would like to test their creative writing skills, encapsulating the theme "My Hidden World". Essays should be no longer than 2,000 words with the competition closing on Friday, 5 September 2014.  Winners will be announced at an awards night on Friday, 19 September.

Read the Young Writers Competition 2014 Winning stories

Cambridge Youth Network (CYN)

The Youth Advisory Council is a group run by young people for young people - it's the link between youth and local and state governments.

Open to people who live, work, study or socialise in the Town, CYN gives a voice to our local youth on local issues.

Check out the CYN brochure to find out how you can join.  


  Download CYN brochure 


Last Updated: 24/11/2014