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Tuesday, 9 October 2018
Young people attending a 2RRR radio workshop and live broadcast

Young People

Hunter's Hill Council is committed to working with the local community to identify the needs of young people, developing programmes and implementing events to support, entertain and inform young people. For further information please contact Council's Manager Community Services on 9879 9419 or email Manager Community Services.

Youth Week

Council participates each year in Youth Week held in April.

Young in Art

Young in Art is an Exhibition of artwork by young people from the primary and high schools in the Municipality. The Exhibition is held in the Hunters Hill Town Hall and is full of fun and excitement.

Come along and look at the Exhibition and the range of wonderful art that our local school students have produced.

For further information about Young in Art please contact Council's Events Coordinator on 9879 9432 or email events@huntershill.nsw.gov.au

Local High Schools

School Address Suburb
Hunters Hill High School Reiby Road HUNTERS HILL 2110
Marist Sisters College 66a Woolwich Road WOOLWICH 2110
St. Josephs College Mark Street HUNTERS HILL 2110
Riverside Girls High Huntleys Point Road HUNTLEYS POINT 2111

Gladesville Skate Area

A Skate Park is located in Gladesville Reserve, Victoria Road, Henley.

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Le Vesinet

Hunter’s Hill Council has a 30 year sister city relationship with Le Vesinet, France. At the time of the bi-centenary of Australia, Monsieur Alain Jonemann, Mayor of Lé Vésinet from 1965 to 1995, came to Sydney to meet the then mayor, the Late Councillor Sheila Swain OAM, and to discover Hunters Hill, which had been chosen as a partner for Lé Vésinet. The two Mayor’s signed a pact of friendship which led to the establishment of the Le Vesinet Committee. The purpose of this Committee is to:

  • Promote communication and friendship between Hunters Hill and Le Vesinet in accordance with the Pact of Friendship executed in 1988 on behalf of both Municipalities.
  • Encourage the exchange of cultural, educational, sporting and social ideas and relationships among the people and organisations of both communities through student visits, business, cultural and sporting exchanges.
  • Provide a welcome network for visitors to Hunters Hill from France.
  • Extend the cultural, educational, sporting and social aspects of the Committee to welcome other individual and group visitors where appropriate.

Hundreds of students have participated in the exchange program over the years, which has enabled young people to discover another language, culture and to enjoy a unique experience. Typically, students from France come to Australia in June each year and students from Australia travel to France in December of each year.

The exchange program would not be possible without the Le Vesinet Committee. The Mayor of Hunter’s Hill Council is the Chairman of the Committee during his/her term of office. Hunter’s Hill Council provides support to the Committee via in-kind assistance; providing a venue to host meetings and information sessions and helping to coordinate the Welcome to Hunters Hill event, which is often a morning tea or an evening meet and greet.

For further information about the exchange program visit the Le Vesinet website.

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