Yallo is a community centre with a difference. It’s part lounge room and part workshop,
with a dash of feel-good vibes straight out of your favourite aunty’s kitchen.
There’s space to hang out, to chat, to work, to think, to share, all in the heart of Dalyellup.
It’s your space. What do YOU want it to be?
Who is Yallo for?
Are you human? Yallo is for YOU.
We’re passionate about bringing together lots of unique humans to share stories, listen or just be.
From time to time, we’ll create space just for specific groups, for example, young people, toddlers and their parents, blokes, LGBTIQA+, the older crew. But mostly, most of the time, this place is for YOU.
What does Yallo do?
Yallo is a community centre with a difference.
It’s a place for the Dalyellup community to connect. It’s a place for you.
Yallo is designed especially for the Dalyellup community. We’re here listening to you. What do you need? What do you want? How do you feel?
Yallo brings people together. We make connections to help make these things happen. But, most importantly, we need YOU to make it all work.
What’s happening at Yallo?
Have you seen the Yallo crew giving out free coffee, treats and big smiles? We’re all about spreading sunshine and sharing good vibes! If you spot us, come say HALLO!
Wanna play? Come find me! Sports libraries have been popping up around Dalyellup for you and your crew to enjoy some fun in the sun!
Play Cafe with Yallo
Starting school soon? Play Cafe is for you! Play Cafe with Yallo is designed specifically to connect families with their local school and school community. Kids can play, explore and make new friends before starting kindy.
Ryde at Yallo
Having trouble finishing your 50 hours of driving experience? The RYDE Program gives you the opportunity to complete your supervised driving with one of our volunteer Driving Mentors and a Ryde car based at Yallo.
Your community space in Dalyellup
9/135 Norton Promenade,
Dalyellup, Wardandi Country
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Yallo acknowledges the Wardandi people of the Noongar boodja as the traditional custodians of this land and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and the contribution they make to the life of this region.