There were many activities for young people to try … including virtual reality games (Photo: BYSH)

March 22, 2024

The third annual Youth Services Expo attracted a host of service providers – and students – to the Barambah Youth Services Hub in Murgon last Friday.

Hub manager Gaye O’Sullivan said there was a variety of events and activities for young people to enjoy.

“It is an opportunity for young people to explore services and meet the service providers that can support them through the Youth Hub,” Gaye said.

“This includes services such as counsellors, psychologists, and employment support services, to name a few.

“Young people become more familiar with the people that can support them, if they ever have a concern or worry.”

There were 15 service providers in attendance as well as Cherbourg Radio UsMob which provided a live broadcast.

South Burnett CTC put on a sausage sizzle

The Clontarf Foundation and Gundoo Early Childhood Learning Centre also supported the event.

Gaye said the Barambah Youth Services Hub offers a range of services to support the health and wellbeing of students and young people aged 6-24.

Anyone who would like to know more about a service, or arrange a confidential appointment, should contact the Hub on (07) 4172-9728 or by email

Lives Lived Well provides support for drug, alcohol and mental health issues (Photo: BYSH)
The team from Darling Downs Health’s Indigenous Health unit (Photo: BYSH)
Exploring healthy choices … (Photo: BYSH)
… and healthy craft activities (Photo: BYSH)
Students enjoying activities on the South Burnett CTC stand (Photo: BYSH)


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.