2022 in Review from Our CEO Phil Schultz

This year we welcomed 10,321 Gym+Fitness members across 37 locations, 10,702 gymnasts to our gymnastics programs, and 704 kids gained critical movement skills through our Little n Active program for under 5s. 

The PCYC Queensland exclusive Little n Active program was extended across more sites with 19 clubs now offering this activity. The success of this program recognises we are never too young to benefit from activities that develop physical literacy and social skills. 

PCYC Logan just celebrated its first birthday while plans for our new Caboolture club are underway. 

Our Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) services served 453,780 breakfasts to 23,341 children with 90 per cent of families saying their child benefitted from OSHC. 

Youth focused programs continued to bring about positive change in the lives of young people as the breadth of our offering grows and responds to the needs of communities across our great state 

This included 279 young people in Skilling Queenslanders for Work programs and helping another 861 gain their drivers’ license through the Braking the Cycle program.   

This is just some of what we do.  

Do you know someone who could benefit from our Clubs and programs? Check out our Youth and Community page to find out what PCYC Queensland does in your community. 

All the best 


Phil Schultz
Chief Executive Officer
PCYC Queensland