Athletics Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 51

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  • Albury Little Athletics Centre —- Visited: 196 Times


    Listing id: 39228

    By participating at Little Athletics, children have the opportunity to improve their athletic skills and abilities in an environment that focuses on sportsmanship and enjoyment.

  • Armidale Athletic Club Inc. —- Visited: 252 Times

    Harris Park

    Listing id: 13153

    The Armidale Athletic club conducts weekly events in Armidale throughout most of the year. The Summer track and field season is returning to Wednesdays at 5:30pm from October-March at Harris Park.

    The Winter Cross Country season runs Wednesdays at 4:30pm from April-September at Moran Oval. During the months of July-September, the club also organizes Saturday afternoon walks & runs at picturesque locations in and around Armidale.
    Website 6772 504…

  • Ashgrove Rangers Athletic Club —- Visited: 143 Times

    The Gap

    Listing id: 13154

    Ashgrove Rangers Athletics Club was founded in 1962. The club has a proud tradition in athletics in Brisbane and has produced many competitive athletes. The philosophy of the club is to assist members to achieve their goals at their own pace. The club caters for all levels of athletes from the casual runner to the elite athlete.

  • Asics Wests Track and Field Club —- Visited: 362 Times

    St Clair

    Listing id: 39069

    Our Home ground is Wyatt Park, Boorea and Percy Streets, Auburn in Sydney (NSW, Australia) Coaching is available on Monday to Thursday nights from 5.30pm till 7.30pm.

  • Athletics East —- Visited: 453 Times


    Listing id: 39070

    The Summer Track and Field season is conducted between late September/early October and late March/early April.

  • Athletics Glen Innes Inc. —- Visited: 118 Times

    Glen Innes

    Listing id: 13160

    Athletics Glen Innes is the local Athletics club for the Glen Innes Severn area of Northern NSW. We are affiliated with NSW Little Athletics, and Athletics NSW. We are part of New England Zone Little Athletics and North Coast Branch of Athletics NSW. Our athletes range in age from 5 years to over 65 years. Our home ground is King George V Oval, Wentworth Street, Glen Innes.

  • Bankstown Sports Senior Athletic Club Inc. —- Visited: 327 Times


    Listing id: 39071

    With approximately 340 members, Bankstown Sports Senior Athletic Club (BSSAC) is one of the largest senior athletics clubs in NSW. Located in the inner-west Sydney suburb of Georges Hall, the club has been in existence in its present form since 1984 and caters for athletes ranging in ages and abilities from Olympic representatives to 8 and 85 year old social runners and walkers.

  • Barker College Athletics Club —- Visited: 223 Times


    Listing id: 39072

    Track and Field at Barker caters for athletes with a wide range of abilities, from recreational to national level. The Athletics season takes place predominately in Term 3 after the winter sports season. There are voluntary pre-season training sessions in all the Athletic disciplines held every Friday afternoon, starting in Term 1.

  • Bathurst Little Athletics Club Inc. —- Visited: 110 Times


    Listing id: 11855

    Little Athletics is a uniquely Australian sport for children aged 5-16 years. As the name suggests, it is based upon the sport of athletics (track and field) and the events are specially modified to suit the ages and abilities of children. A wide range of running, jumping, throwing and walking events is conducted. The club may be reached thru PO Box 1248 Bathurst NSW 2795.

  • Blue Mountains Athletics Club —- Visited: 155 Times

    Tom Hunter Park

    Listing id: 39077

    The Club typically has over 300 registered members each season. This is made up of around 225 Little Athletes and 100 senior members. Teams are normally seperated into Boys and Girls teams. If the numbers in teams are particularly low (which is not usually the case), teams may be combined.

  • Camden Athletics Club —- Visited: 195 Times


    Listing id: 39073

    Camden Athletic Club was formed in 1931 by the Rev Keith Brodie where competition first began at the Onslow Park Showground, Camden. The club was known as the Camden District Amateur Athletic Club and catered to young men and senior athletes.

  • Campbelltown UWS Collegians Athletics Club Inc —- Visited: 203 Times

    Rundle Mall

    Listing id: 11526

    As a club we try to provide an opportunity for all athletes to compete and enjoy the sport of athletics. I hope you enjoy the season and most of all have fun.

  • Central Coast Athletics Centre —- Visited: 126 Times


    Listing id: 12862

    The Central Coast Zone of Little Athletics is made up 6 Athletics Centres. Three from Gosford City and three from Wyong Shire.

  • Cessnock Little Atheletics Club —- Visited: 112 Times


    Listing id: 12048

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 289, Cessnock NSW 2325.

  • Cherrybrook Senior & Little Athletics Centre Inc. —- Visited: 183 Times


    Listing id: 11823

    The principal aim of our Centre is to provide fun and fitness through athletics competition for all members in a family atmosphere. Our Centre runs each Friday evening, from 5.45pm to around 8.00pm, during the Summer athletics season (September through to March) at Greenway Park Oval #2, Cherrybrook, with Winter Cross Country competition held between April and August. The Centre is operated on a non-profit basis, and aside from our qualified coaches, operated entirely by parents and family members on a voluntary basis.

  • Dapto Little Athletics Club —- Visited: 123 Times


    Listing id: 12613

    Children love to run, jump, throw things and have a good time with their friends! At Little A’s the emphasis is on fun and participation. We compete Saturdays 2pm in Sept and October and then Thursdays 5:30pm November to March. Dapto Little Athletics Club may be reached thru Po Box 255, Dapto, NSW, 2530.
    Website 0411 548 …

  • East Maitland Athletics Club —- Visited: 92 Times

    East Maitland

    Listing id: 39084

    Our Centre was established in 1983. Competition is held on a Tuesday Night at Metford Recreational Reserve, Schanck Drive Metford starting at 6.00pm. All ages are catered for, from three* to seventeen in Little Athletics and the senior athletes are covered by Athletics New South Wales (ANSW). Our season runs from September till March with a break over Christmas.

  • Epping District Athletics Club Inc. —- Visited: 220 Times


    Listing id: 11853

    The track is located at Norfolk Street, North Epping (near Somerset Street ). The EDAC facility includes an athletic track, jumps pit, field events cage and circles and a modern clubhouse with changing facilities, a meeting room and a gymnasium.

  • Girraween Athletics Club —- Visited: 173 Times


    Listing id: 39074

    Girraween: Participating and representing with a sporting and friendly attitude – encouraging athletes of all ages & abilities since 1978. The club may be reached thru P.O. Box 667, Toongabbie, NSW 2146

  • Gosford Little Athletics —- Visited: 41 Times


    Listing id: 11764

    The athletic field is at the back of the Adcock Park complex. If you drive down the road keeping the Netball courts to your right you will come to a large carpark to your left. At the end of the carpark you will see the rear of our Club House. The Athletic field is in front of the Club House.

  • Hills District Athletic Club Inc —- Visited: 242 Times

    Baulkham Hills

    Listing id: 12043

    One of the primary aims of the club is to introduce and provide opportunities for individuals within an athletics-based environment. The Hills Club retains the strong belief that encouragement should be bestowed upon all athletes, regardless of age, gender or ability, from the novice right through to those at the elite level. Hills will always endeavour to support athletes with their athletic needs.

    Home track address is Alfred Henry Whaling Reserve, Roxborough, Baulkham Hills NSW. The club may be reached thru PO Box 62, Baulkham Hills NSW 1755

  • Hills District Little Athletics —- Visited: 140 Times

    Baulkham Hills

    Listing id: 39219

    The Hills Little Athletic Centre commenced its first track and field season in 1972 and is the fourth largest club out of 200 Centres in NSW. There are approximately 40,000 “Little Athletes” throughout NSW, and around 85,000 nationally. Hills Little Athletics Centre Inc. is incorporated under NSW law and is affiliated with the Little Athletics Association of NSW Inc.Our Centre is operated on a non-profit basis, and has no paid employees. The Centre is operated entirely by parents and family members as well as former Little Athletics parents on a voluntary basis.

    Our Centre draws on families throughout the Hills District, however, some of our athletes come from as far away as Auburn, Epping and Seven Hills. Baulkham Hills Council along with several committee members maintain our track and field facilities in the best possible condition.
    Website 0407 229 …

  • Illawong & Districts Senior Athletic Club —- Visited: 153 Times


    Listing id: 11835

    The club runs a track & field program during the summer season from September to March and switches to a Cross Country program in the winter months between March and August.

  • Kotara South Amateur Athletics Club —- Visited: 117 Times


    Listing id: 39080

    Kotara South Amateur Athletic Club began in 1965. We are a senior athletics centre and invite junior participation, having registrations from 6 years through to Masters. We are located at Nesbitt Park, Grayson Avenue, Kotara South.

  • Lake Illawarra Little Athletics Centre Inc. —- Visited: 50 Times


    Listing id: 12764

    Our centre is a non for profit sporting organisation and as such all committee members and officials are unpaid and all money raised within our centre is put back to into the centre to purchase awards and equipment for your children. Your assistance in the conduct of events is paramount.

  • Little Athletics Asscn Of N.S.W. —- Visited: 147 Times


    Listing id: 12873

    In 1968 the Randwick Botany Centre was commenced. Behind the scenes Dick Corish was the driving force in starting Little Athletic s in this State. He worked quietly and efficiently from 1967 after he had decided that it was time NSW followed Victoria’s lead. The Centre was soon firmly established.

  • Mingara Athletics Club Inc. —- Visited: 115 Times

    Tumbi Umbi

    Listing id: 12026

    Mingara Athletics Club is an all year round club with XC in the Winter and Track and Field in the Summer. The club has supported many events on the coast and as part of the Central Coast Region of Athletics hosted Country Championships, Metropolitan Club Premierships, State and local XC, and Athletic League Finals.

  • Mount Druitt Little Athletics Centre Inc. —- Visited: 139 Times

    Rooty Hill

    Listing id: 12861

    Mount Druitt Little Athletics Centre was first formed in 1984. Our centre membership has approximately 200+ members each season.

  • Muswellbrook Little Athletic Club —- Visited: 129 Times


    Listing id: 12210

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 641, Muswellbrook NSW 2333 – PH# 0400 430 877.
    Website 0400 430…

  • Newcastle Veterans Athletics Club —- Visited: 118 Times


    Listing id: 12050

    The Newcastle Veterans Athletic Club is a running club for distance and middle distance runners of all ages and levels of ability. Races are held Tuesday Night at 6:30 p.m. on Newcastle Athletic Field next to Newcastle High School.

  • NSW Masters Athletics Inc. Club —- Visited: 197 Times


    Listing id: 11818

    Our Association is the state body for athletics in NSW, and represents fitness, fun and fellowship across a range of athletic activities. Everyone, from beginner to elite standard, is welcome.

  • Parramatta Little Athletics Centre —- Visited: 144 Times

    North Parramatta

    Listing id: 39075

    Parramatta Little Athletics Centre Inc has been offering over 35 years of Family, Fun and Fitness to the children of the Parramatta area. As a junior sporting club, we are open to children of all levels of ability. Some children join Little Athletics as a way to develop their athletic skills. Others join to make new friends with children of their own age from their local area who may not necessarily attend their school. All our athletes are able to share interests and enjoy outdoor activities as part of a healthy lifestyle choice.

  • Port Stephens Little Athletics Club —- Visited: 88 Times

    Nelson Bay

    Listing id: 12049

    Our goals is to provide a friendly and safe environment that will ensure our athletes and families enjoy the participation and friendships that Little Athletics can provide. We aim to develop and improve the skills and performances of all our athletes, whether they compete locally or choose to compete at higher levels.

  • Quakers Hill Little Athletics Centre —- Visited: 113 Times

    Quakers Hill

    Listing id: 47206

    Our club commenced in 1992 and we currently have approximately 450 athletes which makes us one of the larger Little Athletics clubs in Australia. Our competition is conducted on Friday nights at Wright Reserve Quakers Hill commencing at 6:30PM. Email:

  • Randwick Botany Harriers Athletics Club —- Visited: 252 Times


    Listing id: 11829

    Affiliated with Athletics NSW we cater for male and female athletes of all standards and age groups, from under 14 to 70+. We provide access to all levels of competition in track and field events through the summer and road/cross country/walk races through the winter. One of the strong features of the club has been its development of junior athletes.

  • Raymond Terrace Athletic Centre Inc. —- Visited: 85 Times

    Raymond Terrace

    Listing id: 12056

    Our Centre began in 1976. We are both a junior and senior athletics centre, having registrations from Under 6’s through to Masters. We compete from the first Saturday in September until mid to late March. Athletes need to be 5 years of age by the end of September to register with us.

  • Riverstone & Districts Little Athletics Centre Inc. —- Visited: 82 Times


    Listing id: 12765

    The primary aim of Little Athletics is ‘ the development of children, with emphasis on positive attitudes and a healthy lifestyle through family involvement in athletic activities’. It is an active recreation for children up to the age of seventeen years.

  • Smithfield Athletics Inc. —- Visited: 165 Times

    Smithfield West

    Listing id: 11813

    Smithfield Hotspurs, a soccer club in the Fairfield District changed their name in 1979 to Smithfield Hotspurs Football, Sports and Recreation Club in order to become a multi-sports club and attract more sponsorship and Government Grants. n 1995 the Club was officially named Smithfield Athletics and Fairfield City Council named our club competition ground after our long serving patron Mrs Janice Crosio. From the clubs beginning, Smithfield Athletics has been providing the community a Club, to enable its members to improve their fitness, have fun and gain friendships.

  • Springwood District Athletic Club —- Visited: 118 Times


    Listing id: 46792

    The Club typically has over 300 registered members each season. This is made up of around 225 Little Athletes and 100 senior members. Teams are normally seperated into Boys and Girls teams. If the numbers in teams are particularly low (which is not usually the case), teams may be combined.

  • St. George District Athletic Club Inc. —- Visited: 291 Times


    Listing id: 39076

    St George District Athletic Club was founded in Hurstville on 7 March 2020 as St George District Amateur Athletic Club. In 1992 it was incorporated with Athletics NSW and changed it’s name to the more appropriate “St George District Athletic Club, Inc”. The Club is one of the oldest athletics clubs in NSW, and celebrated its 85th Birthday in 2006.

  • Sutherland District Athletics Club —- Visited: 191 Times


    Listing id: 11819

    Our athletics club has a proud history spanning more than 50 years in the Sutherland Shire. Our members have represented at all levels including local, state, national and international level competition in running, throwing, jumping and racewalking events.

  • Sydney Pacific Athletics Club Inc. —- Visited: 226 Times


    Listing id: 11852

    Sydney Pacific is an athletics club on the Northern Beaches and Upper North Shore catering to Track & Field athletes of all ages and levels.

  • Sydney Striders Road Runners Club Inc. —- Visited: 164 Times


    Listing id: 12760

    We like to be known as Australia’s foremost club for people who enjoy running. We encourage people to participate in our sport through excellence in the events we host and the ways we foster the fraternity of running. Most of all, our Club has a great reputation for fun, fellowship and mutual support.

  • Sydney University Athletics Club —- Visited: 273 Times

    Bondi Junction

    Listing id: 11833

    Sydney University Athletics Club is one of the oldest in Australia, having been founded in 1878 – in 1890 SUAC was one of the foundation clubs for the Sydney University Sports Union. Today the club caters for athletes of all abilities from elite to social, and from undergrads to veterans.

  • Toukley District Athletic Centre —- Visited: 85 Times


    Listing id: 12679

    Toukley District Athletics Center Competes at Warnervale Athletics Track Corner of Virginia and Warnervale Road, Warnervale. Every Saturday Morning.

  • Trinity Athletics Club —- Visited: 228 Times

    Summer Hill

    Listing id: 11814

    The Trinity Athletics Club is a member of Athletics NSW. The purpose of the Trinity Athletics Club is to promote and encourage the sport of Track and Field within the school communities of Trinity Grammar School and to any interested individuals.

  • U.T.S. Northern Suburbs Athletic Club Inc. —- Visited: 269 Times


    Listing id: 12042

    Northern Suburbs Amateur Athletic Club was formed in Sydney in 1927 and amalgamated with the Northern Suburbs Women’s Amateur Athletic Club in 1982. The University of Technology, Sydney joined with the club in 1994 to continue a history of the club contributing to University athletics in Sydney and this has been a major boost. The name of the club was changed to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club. The club membership includes athletes from age 10 to 90 and covers all abilities with sprinters, jumpers, distance runners and throwers all having access to an excellent training facility with qualified coaches and various competition options. The club has had its base at Rotary Field, Chatswood West which is Sydney’s leading grass track, since 1965. It is an eight lane track with separate 110M hurdles/100M sprint lanes and includes high jump, long jump, triple jump, discus, shot, hammer and javelin facilities. The clubhouse at Rotary Field contains a fully equipped weight room.
    Website 02 9411 …

  • Wallsend RSL Athletics Club —- Visited: 105 Times


    Listing id: 12208

    The Wallsend Athletic Club was first formed in 1872, Mr James Fletcher being the Club President and Thomas Abel (Chemist) first Judge , competition was held in Federal Park until 1914 when the Club closed due to war effort. The Club reformed in 1957, with Mr V Prisk Club President. The club continued from 1957 until present time at the Federal Park site. Competition Ground is Federal Park Wallsend (location Boscowan Street Wallsend UBD reference Map 131 E8).

  • Westlakes Athletics Club Inc, —- Visited: 56 Times


    Listing id: 39083

    The club is located at 70 Arcadia Street, Arcadia Vale, NSW 228

  • Winston Hills Little Athletic Centre —- Visited: 114 Times

    Baulkham Hills

    Listing id: 12675

    Winston Hills Athletics Centre has been active for more than 30 years and is affiliated with the Little Athletics Association of NSW (LAANSW). Our aim is to provide healthy athletic participation for children so that we may foster their interest in all forms of athletics. The most important thing is for the athlete to have fun without the pressure of winning or losing.