Young Australia League Give a “hand up” to young people in need.
Young Australia League Ltd, known by many as simply YAL, has been helping support and shape the future of young people since it was first established in 1905. For over 110 years the YAL has been connecting young people, mentoring, and creating opportunities for them.
YAL’s Camp Simons at Araluen in the Perth Hills, YAL sporting groups, bands, dances and excursions have helped to enrich the lives of Perth youth over several decades. While these activities are now part of our past, the focus of YAL is still to provide young people with support to achieve their potential.
The YAL museum at our office on Murray St, Perth, is a testament to the organisation’s rich history; displaying relics, mementos and memories gathered throughout our young YAL members’ educational journeys to Europe and America and their many “at home” activities. A theme of remembrance and an indelible link to the wars and those YAL members who made the ultimate sacrifice will be realised through any museum tour.
There are a number of ways you can become part of our community. Become a YAL member today!
Volunteering is a great way to get involved with YAL and support young people to create stronger futures.
Unlike other programs Young Australia League Scholarship funds can be used for any area of education and are open to students aged 12 to 25.
Young Australia League Ltd, known by many as YAL, has been helping support and shape the future of young people since it was established in 1906.
We’re a part of Heritage weekend! YAL Collection is located at 45 Murray street Perth is going to be hosting two talks by the one and only Richard Offen he’ll be discussing early history of junior football in WA and YAL’s connection and starting of it. So if you or anyone you know is a...read more
This year, 2018, is the fourth year of offering the scholarships and unfortunately there has been a lack in applications, after the initial closing date had passed the judging panel decided to extend the closing date for a month. With this extension applications will now be opened until the 15th of October.read more
YAL were honoured to once again be at Youth Out Loud 2018 for heat 2. We saw the intermediates take on what home means to them. Congratulations to the finalists, and a big shout out to YAL encouragement award winner William Hutson. YAL Creative Director Georgie Lockyer captured some amazing moments in a short video....read more
On Friday 17th August YAL where honoured once again to be involved in #cityofswan #youthoutloud competition. Heat 1 saw the juniors tackle the question of what home means. Some incredible moments captured by YAL creative director Georgie Lockyer. Congratulations to all the finalists. Big shout out to YAL encouragement award winner Jessica White.read more