Acknowledgement of Country

MYSA gather on Kaurna Yarta. We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Kaurna people, the traditional owners of this land in which we meet and learn. As an organisation built by those with roots that stem beyond these borders, we are committed to the unity of cultures and will continue to support and be guided by the traditional land owners.

LGBTIQA+ Friendly!

We welcome all sexualities, genders & identities. MYSA is committed to equality, freedom of expression and inclusion.


Introducing Our Inaugural Patron

July 9, 2024

MYSA is delighted and honoured to introduce Gavin Wanganeen as the inaugural patron of our organisation and our Reconciliation journey.

Gavin is a celebrated Australian Football League (AFL) legend, having won the Brownlow Medal and been inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame, alongside being a prominent contemporary Aboriginal artist, businessman, and advocate for First Nations Peoples.

Gavin will play a key role in supporting our youth programs by promoting the empowerment and advancement of young people through engagement in sport, education, culture and community.

More about our Reconciliation Action Plan

Have Tea With a Refugee at Rundle MAll

July 9, 2024

This year we took our Have Tea With a Refugee event to the next level, right in the heart of Rundle Mall!

We gave the opportunity to people passing by to sit down and have a nice conversation with a young refugee, all over free delicious high tea. On top of that we had a henna tattoo artist, glitter bar, African drumming workshops and more for 3 whole days.

Have a look at the rest of the pictures here:

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Multicultural Youth
South Australia

MYSA is a leading community-based, not-for-profit organisation based in Adelaide that provides a range of services and programs to support young people and young families from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds living in South Australia.

As an ACNC registered charity, MYSA works alongside young people and young families to advance their needs, interests and concerns.

MYSA also provides information, advice, training and other support to other organisations to enable them to more effectively respond to the needs of young people and young families.