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Welcome to FReeZA where young people unleash their creativity in City of Whittlesea!

About FReeZA

Are you aged 12 – 25 with a passion for music, arts, event management, or community involvement? The City of Whittlesea's FReeZA program is your gateway to an exciting world of creativity, empowerment, and connection. As a State Government initiative, FReeZA offers you the chance to lead the planning and staging of unforgettable music and cultural events that are alcohol, drug, smoke and vape free for young people in our local community.

From live bands that move your soul to diverse training opportunities that elevate your skills, FReeZA brings you a kaleidoscope of youth-centric events that cater to every interest. Whether you are into music, arts, or are simply seeking new volunteering experiences, FReeZA is your canvas for self-expression and personal growth.


Calling all young performers and creatives!

Are you an aspiring performer, artist, part of a band, or simply bursting with creative energy? FReeZA offers you a platform to showcase your talent! Complete our Expression of Interest (EOI) form and open doors to future performance opportunities that let your passion shine bright.

We believe in the power of young minds coming together, celebrating their uniqueness, and creating something extraordinary. Join us on this thrilling journey of self-discovery and community-building through the world of music, arts, and shared experiences.


Join us at our weekly FReeZA catch-ups

Every Monday during school terms, the FReeZA crew gather to collaborate! 

You're invited to immerse yourself in an atmosphere buzzing with creativity and connect with like-minded individuals to explore the endless possibilities that FReeZA has to offer.

When: Monday's during the school term, 4.40 to 5.45pm
Location: EDGE Youth Services, Westfield Plenty Valley, MM1/415 McDonalds Rd, Mill Park
Ages: 12 to 25 years
Cost: Free 



Contact us

To get in touch with a local Youth Development Officer, email us at or call 9217 2170.

City of Whittlesea is committed to being a child safe organisation and has zero tolerance for child abuse. We recognise our legal and moral responsibilities in keeping children and young people safe from harm and promoting their best interests.

Visit our Child Safety webpage to learn more.

City of Whittlesea's Youth Services team take immense pride in being Rainbow Tick accredited.

This accreditation is designed to enhance the quality of services we provide to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual (LGBTIQA+) individuals in terms of users, staff, and volunteers.

Find more information about LGBTIQA+ services and support.