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Prices:

Full Day: $50

Short Day $40

Deluxe Full Day: $65 | Short Day : $55

Day Trip Full Day: $75 | Short Day: $65

Session Times:

Full Day: 7am - 6pm

Short Day: 7am - 3:30pm 

About Us

Fakalofa Atu,

My name is Trent, and I am the Programme Lead for Panmure. I am full Niuean, born and raised in Mt Albert, Avondale and recently returned from a 5-year stint in Ipswich, Brisbane. My passion for our youth is driven from my parents who sacrificed abundantly for me to succeed. I also have five brothers (alongside a big island family) who have supported my journey. I enjoy writing raps, poems, and coaching rugby league alongside my old man. 

The Panmure site has a solid foundation built on the pillars of Youthtown which are independence, belonging, mastery and generosity. We challenge our youth every day to become better young people for the future. 

At Panmure we have our very own indoor basketball court which is used for challenging activities and a space to explore creativity. Panmure also has an outdoor basketball court with a backyard perfect for outdoor activities also. Our kitchen is used to educate our youth about nutrition and safe kitchen practices. Youthtown Panmure is an inclusive space with an amazing team that are passionate about championing our next generation.

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Why choose Youthtown

If you’re looking for a fun, engaging place to learn things, make friends and build confidence, look no further! Our Holiday Programme staff are skilled at helping new participants settle in and make connections.

PURPOSEFUL PROGRAMMES

Our Holiday Programme is intentionally designed to create space for positive outcomes. There’s a lot going on under the surface, thanks to our Youthtown Curriculum, to ensure this happens!

A BIG WELCOME

From the first time you enter a Youthtown programme, you’ll be warmly greeted by our team and treated as part of our Youthtown whānau.

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