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Young people making a difference by recognising their ability to make their dreams reality!

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Young People Making A Difference (MAD) 

Young people making a difference by recognising their ability to make their dreams reality!

MAD News!

The MAD Program has run two programs this year, in March and May in Yeppoon, costs and distance have forced us to look closer to Gladstone again for the majority of the participants to be able to access it easier.  For this reason, we have organized to run the following two programs from Boyne Island Environmental Educational Centre, in the hope the site will meet the needs of the program and the young people.


Once again we would like to thank Shell's QGC Business Community Grant for supporting this program!

What is MAD?

MAD is a program for young people aged 12-18 that are struggling with anything in their day to day life. At MAD we try to create a family-like atmosphere where young people feel free in a safe environment, to share what they are going through. What makes the MAD Program different and successful is our young people find answers from each other in a peer support enviroment, from other young people that have dealt with similar circumstances.

Upcoming Program Dates 2021

19th - 21st March 2021


28th - 30th May 2021


27th - 29th August 2021


And our Christmas Program

26th - 28th November 2021


We hope to see you there, please contact us for more information.

Leaders Training Dates 2021

Leaders Training ~ 23rd - 27th September - Venue Monduran


Hassle Training ~ 23rd - 27th September - Venue Monduran

Where are programs held?

COVID-19 has claimed another victim. MAD programs will no longer be held at Canoe Point, Tannum Sands, at the Tanyalla Recreation and Conference Centre. Due to financial issues, the Anglican Church has sold our regular venue, and Tanyalla has been torn down. 

The MAD Program will be trying out a new venue at Boyne Island as of our August program 2021. Boyne Island Environmental Educational Centre.

We would like to thank Shell’s QGC business for supporting this program 

through its community fund

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