BYU works in partnership with a number of Macarthur based organisations to deliver quality programs and Big Yellow Umbrella delivers quality programs and activities for all members of the community.





  • FREE supervised 2 hour sports session at AB Central for 6-17* year olds who live in the Campbelltown area, every Thursday from 5 - 7pm.

    No equipment is needed however feel free to bring along a pair of boxing gloves if you have them - all other equipment will be supplied, along with afternoon tea.

    Registration is essential so please call 4647 1283 to book your place.

    When:  Thursdays, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm 
    Where:  AB Central, 52 Riverside Dr, Airds
    Cost:  FREE
    Register: Call 4647 1283 to book

    *If you are over 16 years you must be fully vaccinated to attend.



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  • July to October - By Appointment

    If you need help lodging your tax return, you may be eligible for the Tax Help program.  Tax Help is a network of ATP-trained and accredited community volunteers who provide a free and confidential service to help people complete their tax returns online using myTax.


  • 1st Wednesday of each month (By Appointment)

    Macarthur Legal Centre’s solicitors can give you free and confidential advice about various legal issues, including:

    • Family law
    • Child support
      Care and protection
    • Minor traffic matters
    • Neighbourhood disputes
    • Wills, power of attorney and guardianship
    • Employment
    • Debts and fines
    • Victim support
    • Centrelink issues
    • Consumer complaints

    Macarthur Legal Centre’s solicitors can provide advice on most legal issues. If they are unable to offer advice on your matter we can refer you to someone who can.


  • By Appointment

    Many of us experience stress, depression and anxiety. It can be triggered by work or financial pressures, family issues, health concerns or loneliness. If you’re finding the going tough, help is at hand. Developed by beyondblue and delivered by Bolton Clarke, NewAccess is a free early intervention program that provides support from a coach, who will assess you, then work with you in setting practical, effective strategies to help you get back on track. The NewAccess program has proven to be very effective in helping people tackle day-to-day pressures that are affecting their life. The program includes six free sessions with your specially trained and experienced NewAccess coach. Sessions can take place over the phone or face-to-face, whichever works best for you. Your coach will also offer two free follow up sessions with you at a later date.


  • By Appointment

    Connector Hub is a free psychosocial support program to help people with a mental illness live and participate in the community the way they want to.

    Working with a Recovery Support Worker and Peer Worker, you can develop the goals you want to achieve and participate in a range of activities to help you live your best life.

    Connector Hub is for adults (18+) who:

    • Live with severe mental illness which cause some difficulties in your everyday life
    • Live in South Western Sydney local government areas of: Bankstown, Fairfield,
      Liverpool, Campbelltown, Camden, Wollondilly & Wingecarribee
    • Are not receiving funding under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)


  • By Appointment

    Ongoing therapeutic interventions and coordination of clinical services for those with severe and persistent mental illness that significantly impacts social, personal and work life. A Credentialed Mental Health Nurse will provide regular reviews, medication monitoring, physical healthcare information and liaison with carers and relevant mental health support services for free as required. A GP mental health treatment plan must be developed within one month of commencing the service.