Saturday, 04 July 2020


A place to visit, hang out, keep up to date, have your say and connect


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This week’s big question

If you could share one thing that you think everyone needs to know, what would it be? 

Poll of the week

This week’s question

Do you have a pet? 

Last week’s Result

45% of you said you would like to be famous, while 55% would prefer to give fame a miss!

For the Musos

Music SA has partnered with hub to bring you gigs from your room, the latest local music, tools and tips for musos, and ways to get heard. If you’re about supporting local music, this is your place.

Join our conversation

During times of crisis, the views and experiences of young people are often not heard. This time we want it to be different so that young people are part of the decisions that directly affect their lives and futures. We want to hear your voices. We want to share your ideas. 

Time for Neo!

The Neo you know and love has been transported to the online world. Check out Neo’s latest teen-led virtual program, sign up for the events you want to be part of, and register for the big Neo Home Game night on 15 August.

Just for fun!

Get creative, connected, confident and curious with these free public online resources.

Young Artists’


SACE Art Show has teamed up with hub to bring art and design from young people in SA to your room.

Young rights champions of the week


@ Age 21 and 22

Eloise Hall and Isobel Marshall are the powerhouse duo behind TABOO Sanitary Products – a social enterprise that exists solely to fight period poverty.

The Sound

Of (SA) Music

Get into a range of musical performances from young people in SA with music from Brighton Secondary School, Young Adelaide Voices and the Adelaide Youth Orchestras.

Youth Opinion


By Nevie Peart
aged 17

Nevie reflects upon how recent times have impacted her life.

Digital Skills for Life

Digital skills are life skills – critical for jobs, social inclusion and a more equitable world. You are challenged to start building your digital skills resume here and now.

Ten Young Artists

To watch

Carclew has partnered with hub to introduce you to ten bright young artists here in SA. Our first featured artist is Charlee Watt aged 15 years from Port Lincoln.



Tips to remain informed, calm and grounded in a time of COVID-19.



Neo is running its first ever SALA exhibition in 2020 and you are invited to be part of it! Artworks across any medium can be entered as long as they are on the theme: HOME

For the gamers



This week’s werd

“That’s the tea, sis”

Share the made-up / slang words and phrases you and your friends love to use here in SA.

Tell us

hub wants to hear from you – this is your place to hang out, have your say and connect – so tell us, and your peers, what matters to you! Fill out the form and you may soon see yourself featured on hub.

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Acknowledgement of Country
We respectfully acknowledge and celebrate the Traditional Owners of the lands throughout South Australia and we pay our respects to their Elders –  and to past, present and future generations of their children and young people.

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