Youth Councillors

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The Hindmarsh Shire Youth Council provides an opportunity for young people to participate in making their community a better place to live. Youth Councillors meet to discuss issues that are important to youth within Hindmarsh Shire and also facilitate the staging of events and activities for young people throughout the Shire.

The Youth Council is driven by young people to benefit young people. With support from Hindmarsh Shire Council and its staff, the Youth Council are able to deliver events such as pool parties, live music, movie nights and other activities. The Youth Council may also tackle important social issues and develop initiatives to raise awareness of issues such as mental health, climate change and gender diversity and equality. Youth Councillors have the opportunity to advise Hindmarsh Shire Council on what is important to the youth in each of our communities.

Youth Council provides its membership with many learning opportunities and helps to develop leadership, public speaking and project management skills whilst also building their confidence and resilience. 

Meet your 2022 Hindmarsh Shire Youth Councillors

  • Ethan Angel-Hands
  • Marcel Badua
  • Tarah Bond
  • Alexis Bone
  • Jamie Clark
  • Celie Fuller
  • Jundamurra Lauricella
  • Marrie Sellens
  • Heidi Smith
  • Alissa Trenery
  • Marty Makin
  • Paddy Clarke
  • Ler Law


Nominating for Youth Council

Nominations for Youth Council 2023 are now closed.  If you wish to nominate for Youth Council, applications traditionally open October of every year.  Youth Council is a great way to make a difference in your community and become a leader.  If you ever have any questions relating to Youth Council or youth related activities in Hindmarsh, contact our Youth Officer Georgia Gelligen on 03 5391 4444 or email