Dubbo PCYC's staff and volunteers are ready and raring to go after they were announced to be amongst the first group of youth centres in the state set to re-open their doors.
Club Manager Emily Ross said that while the club was only operating a few programs and was operating with a skeleton crew at the moment, everyone had been thrilled to see operations begin again.
"I think everyone's really excited about it, we're really looking forward to it and we're itching to get back into some sort of normality and get people through the doors," Ms Ross said.
The PCYC has enacted a number of preventive measures, including hand sanitizer stations, temperature reading checks and more, in order to ensure business is conducted safely.
"We've got all our social distancing procedures in place, so we've had the time to get the club up and ready to have those people coming through safely, so I think it's a very exciting time," Ms Ross said.
"We've implemented social distancing markings on the floors, we've got room limits on every room people are going into, we've even got some rooms that are off limits, our gym, our weights room and our boxing area and we've obviously been cleaning a lot."
"The kids that are coming here on a daily basis, they know the procedure now, they stand outside on the cross markings, they get their sanitiser and their temperature, people are starting to really get into the routine."
For now, the club is only running a few programs, including the usual morning programs and an afternoon program on certain days.
Senior Constable Craig Skene says that the children involved in the programs have thrown themselves back in with enthusiasm.
"We wanted to start initially with the Fit4Life program, that's a morning breakfast program that aims to get kids up out of bed," Mr Skene said.
"We bring them into the PCYC, they have a positive interaction with police, a healthy breakfast, some physical activity and then we deliver them to school."
While the programs have been met with a strong response and Senior Constable Skene credits the children's character for being so observant of the new rules and co-operating with them, numbers are still fluctuating while children are away from school.
"It sort of varies with the numbers a little bit, some people are still a bit hesitant about getting out of bed with it being so cold, obviously, they don't have to go to school just yet but today we had 21, which is a bit up from our usual number," Mr Skene said.
Project Walwaay, the afternoon program, will continue to run in a modified form while staffing numbers and COVID restrictions continue to impact the club.