16 Bridge Street, North Rockhampton, Rockhampton
PCYC Rockhampton first opened in 1970 in the Tivoli Theatre on the south-side of the Fitzroy River. In 1977 a new building was built on the present site at Stapleton Park, North Rockhampton. Some 25 years later in 2002 the building received its first major addition – the Pulse Centre for young people and later a new skatepark was built adjacent to the building.
The present building is disability friendly with a lift at the front entrance of the building and houses an indoor basketball court, a performing area with a stage and DJ box, a large multi-use room, a small conference room, Tiny Tots rooms and School Aged Care rooms with fenced play areas and a bicycle safety track at the front of the building.
We are self-funded and do not receive any government funding to support our club.
We offer a wide range of activities including music, pool tables, badminton, baton twirling, bike education, circus school, judo, ju-jitsu, karate, play development, tiny tots, trampoline and boxing.
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