Advice on how to encourage open communication with your teen and what we suggest you discuss before Schoolies.
Resources and advice to help your teen look after their wellbeing and relationships during Schoolies.
Make sure your teen knows their rights and responsibilities when it comes to Schoolies.
Find out what support is available to teens celebrating Schoolies on the Gold Coast.
Information about various Schoolies locations.
Information for parents and guardians
The end of Year 12 is traditionally a time of celebration for students, and many take the opportunity to head off with friends to various 'Schoolies' locations for a well-deserved break.
It’s the end of one journey and the beginning of another – it’s also a time of great change and mixed emotions.
Soon, your teen may be moving away from home, so Schoolies can be a special time with friends they may not get to see much of in the future. It might also be the first time your teen has been away on holidays by themselves.
As parents and guardians, whilst you may be excited for your teen, the end-of-year celebrations can often leave you feeling a little uneasy. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed and concerned about the safety and wellbeing of your teen but that's where we come in. We're here to help you prepare your teen for a safe and memorable Schoolies celebration.
Regardless of if, where or how your teen is choosing to celebrate, they will still face situations of great responsibility and risk and we want to help them safely navigate what can often be a tricky time.
To help your teen keep these moments in time memorable for all the right reasons, check out the everyday tips and advice below.
We want all teens to Be safe and watch their mates.