Research & Evaluation Report

Commissioned by Kulture Break through Western Sydney University.

Developing strong mental health and wellbeing of young people is one of the most pressing issues Australian society is currently facing.

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We know and have seen firsthand the effects dance and community have on young people for the better.

Creating a sense of purpose and belonging is one of our main objectives — ensuring every young person feels like they are somebody.


Established in 2002, Kulture Break is a not-for-profit social enterprise mental health and well-being community service provider; committed to the transformation and empowerment of children and youth.

We do this by engaging young people in a safe, active and productive environment that allows young people to express themselves and share stories.

"I am heAltHiEr becausE
of kultUre bREak "
Read Amelia's Story


"Dream big And
EverythINg wilL
foLlOW "
Read Phoebe's Story

We emphasise using early intervention measures by validating and affirming young people’s identity and capabilities. Our goal is to empower young people to believe in themselves and live life with purpose.

"My hearT ovErFlOwed
wiTh tHEiR iNclusIon
aNd love "
Read Alex's story