Oxygen Youth Space is Moreland's first youth centre and is a place for young people to hang out, meet friends, learn new skills and participate in a range of activities.
The centre was built as part the Moreland City Council Oxygen Project. This project is looking at ways to improve and create spaces and services for young people in Moreland.
The centre is run by Moreland Youth Services and the Moreland Youth Services team have offices at Oxygen Youth Space.
Location and opening hours
Oxygen Youth Space is located at 4-8 Gaffney Street, Coburg North (next to Coburg Lake).
We are a 1 minute walk from the number 37 tram stop at Gaffney Street/Sydney Road and a 5 minute walk from the Batman train station, Upfield Line.
You are welcome to drop into Oxygen Youth Space Monday - Friday from 3 - 5.30 pm.
The centre is open at other times during the week for organised programs.
Oxygen Youth Space programs
Oxygen Youth Space currently offers these free programs during Term 3:
- Beat boxing and rap - Mondays (Registration required)
- Singing workshops - Tuesdays (Registration required)
- Amped Up Productions (Freeza) event management program - Wednesdays (Registration required)
- Oxygen Committee meetings - Wednesdays (Registration required)
- YGLAM Queer Youth Theatre Group - Thursdays (Registration required)
- Drop in - MondayXbox, PlayStation, table tennis, basketball, pool competitions, prizes, games, laughs and food - Monday - Friday (Drop in)
- Accredited training workshops - Saturdays (Registration required)
- Band Rehearsal space for hire - Monday through to Sunday (Registration required)
Find out about the other programs we offer around Moreland.
All young people are welcome to use the centre's shared spaces, including free wifi, pool table and Xbox. These include:
- meeting space
- quiet study space
- music rehearsal space
- internal courtyard, and
- multipurpose space that includes a basketball hoop.
We acknowledge and respect the customs and traditions of Indigenous Australians and their special relationship with the land. We respectfully acknowledge that these programs take place on the land of the traditional owners of the Kulin Nation.