Youth Advisory Council

The Narrandera Youth Advisory Council provides our young people the opportunity to have a say in their future. We bring together people who are aged 12-21 and live, work, study or play in Narrandera, to create a strong future for our kids.

Recruitment Drive

We are currently recruiting for young people to join the Youth Advisory Council (YAC). If this is something you are considering then now is the time to apply. The YAC gives young people the platform to have a bigger voice in the community and make a difference in Narrandera Shire. Members learn skills to build confidence and develop their leadership abilities, while also meeting and working with people they may not have before. 

Members of the YAC are aged between 12 and 21 and applications close Friday 27 March 2020. For more information and to access the application form, see the PDF documents below. 

Narrandera Youth Advisory Councillors

Youth Mayor: Braden Lyons

Youth Deputy Mayor: Wesley Bamblett

Youth Councillors: Alyssa Sanders, Memphis Singh and Madeline Fraser

What We Do

  • Promote and advocate the interests of our youth and make recommendations to Council on matters affecting young people and the community
  • Connect with others to give opinions on matters affecting our community
  • Encourage and support youth to become involved in creating new opportunities and projects
  • Create programs and activities to raise awareness in issues impacting our young people


Meetings are held the first Monday of every month alternating between Narrandera Shire Council Chambers 141 East Street and Narrandera Library 39-51 East Street, starting at 4.30pm.

Youth Council and DGMI review LTWP

Youth Councillors recently met with Deputy General Manager Infrastructure, Shane Wilson, at the Lake Talbot Water Park to discuss the project plans for the new splash park, removal of the Island Pool, changes to the Rampage Pool and the new walk in Toddler Pool.

Working with the Youth Advisory Council, who represent young people, helps us to gain feedback from an even more diverse representation of the community.


Monthly Council updates: