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If you have any questions about KYCK24 or any of our other KCC events, please feel free to contact us on 1300 737 140 or use the contact form to email us.
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Who should attend KYCK?

KYCK is for people of high school age. We encourage youth groups to attend, along with their leaders.

Every group must have at least one person who is over the age of 18 who will be supervising the group — unfortunately single registrations are not permitted.

What if I’m not part of a youth group?

We encourage you to join a local youth group or ask your school friends to see if their youth group is attending KYCK so you can join them. Otherwise let us know and we will see if there are any youth groups attending from your area.

What is KYCK all about?

At KYCK we take Jesus seriously, we take the Bible seriously and we take holiness of life seriously. Our hope is that as teenagers gather at KYCK, they will be impacted to follow Jesus in such a way that they look to eternity rather than wasting their lives on the temporal things of this world. At KYCK24 the focus again will be on challenging and equipping teens from the Bible to boldly live the Christian life.

How can I get involved?

We love it when people want to get involved with KYCK! There are a few ways you can do this. You can pray. You can volunteer to help out with various parts of the weekend — e.g. as ushers, in the bookshop and serving morning tea etc. 

If you’re interested, head to the Volunteer page to let us know!

What is the KYCK weekend format?

The weekend is made up of a series of 6 Bible talks, interspersed with food breaks, free time and other organised activities. Please visit our Program page  for more information.

Here’s a snapshot of what to expect at KYCK this year!

6 life-changing Bible talks

Worship in song with Christian artists

KYCK ON Optional Activity

Exposure to Christian organisations at the KYCK Fair

Opportunity to invite non-Christian friends to an evangelistic talk

How do we get to the convention site?

StayKCC is 110km west of Sydney at Katoomba. It is accessible by car (along the M4) or by train to Katoomba Station and a short taxi ride to the site.

The address is 119 Cliff Drive, Katoomba NSW 2780.

Download our ‘Getting Here’ guide.

Can we organise our own accommodation? 

Many groups like to organise their own accommodation for the weekend after they have missed out on KCC accommodation. There are plenty of houses around Katoomba where you can stay. If you’re a small group and the KCC accommodation is booked out, why not partner up with another local youth group and share accommodation? It’s a great way to form new relationships and encourage each other! 

Please see this list of  offsite accommodation  options to help! ​


Convention auditorium

KCC can provide step-free access to our auditorium, with a vehicle drop off point and parking permits available on request. Accessible seating for wheelchair and mobility aid users is available. Please contact us to advise us of your requirements prior to KYCK.

Accessibility aids and devices

Wheelchairs and mobility aids are permitted inside our auditorium but must be stored in a way that does not block any aisles, access points or exits.

There is a hearing loop available in the auditorium, please let us know if you would like to use this and we can direct you to the area you can sit in to access.

Accessible Toilets

We have a wheelchair and accessible toilet facility outside our auditorium. Please alert one of our team members or ushers if you require assistance with location.

First Aid

We will have first aid available at each KYCK weekend. If you require medical assistance, please alert one of our team members, ushers or visit our first aid tent in the Plaza area (outside the auditorium). 

Chill Zone

The KYCK Chill Zone is in the Plaza Cottage (opposite our auditorium) and provides comfortable seating, fresh drinking water, and a quiet, cool environment for anyone who might need to use it. We will also have a livestream available on TV for those who would still like participate and watch the KYCK program.

If you have sensory sensitivities, you are welcome to bring with you items to help you feel more comfortable and relaxed such as:

Noise reducing headphones

Hat or sunglasses

Stimming fidget toy devices.