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Fire project

Fire project

selectability Cairns is partnering with Harbrow Mentoring to deliver the Fire project in Earlville and Edmonton. The project is designed to provide the youth of Cairns South with meaningful activities to engage in after-hours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

The12-month project aims to divert young people away from unstructured and unsupported environments where they may be at risk of offending or engaging in anti-social behaviours.

It also aims to reconnect young people to themselves, each other and community referrals to other support services and programs. This includes an after hours program at the selectability BikeShed. 

Project mentors, like Shea (pictured below) will conduct outreach in popular youth hang out spots, including Earlville shopping centre, to encourage young people to get involved in the activities. 

Free sports activities

Every Friday (6.00pm - 7.30pm) and Saturday (5.00pm - 6.30pm) until 16 September we will be supporting FREE sporting activities and food at Todd and Boyce Street parks. Registration is not required ... just turn up!

 Download the flyer for more information

Free sports activities

The Fire project  is proudly funded by Department of Youth Justice, Employment, Small Business and Training – 6 June 2023 to 1 June 2024.

For more information contact: BikeShed - Cairns | 502 Mulgrave Road, Cairns | P 07 4044 8900 | E


Meet project mentor, Shea! 

Introducing project mentor Shea! He’ll be based at the selectability BikeShed and spending time at the Earlville shopping centre meeting young people and encouraging them to get involved with the Fire project.

It’s great to have Shea onboard - we look forward to working closely with our service partner Harbrow Mentoring in delivering this much-needed service to young peole in Cairns South!

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