Welcome to Athletics Wollongong



'fun, friends, family'

Athletics Wollongong has a long and proud tradition in the Illawarra. Since its inception in 1958 (as Wollongong Southern Flame Amateur Athletics Club), we have striven to develop the sport of track and field in Wollongong.

We cater for ages from 8 to 88+ and for athletes of all abilities.  The emphasis is on the whole family enjoying athletics: there are few avenues where everyone can get together and compete at the same time.  We contest all athletic disciplines, provide electronic timing in all events and also offer coaching to members interested in improving their skills and abilities.

We have a strong foundation of recreational members right through to elite competitors.  Throughout all Club activities we maintain a fun, relaxed and social vibe.

The Beaton Park track is OPEN for use.

 

Any questions regarding material on the website?  Contact: athleticswollongong@gmail.com



Club News



Welcome Dual Members


Little A's regos have been open for a couple of weeks now (as have our own) and many Centres have begun to meet their members at Registration Days. If you're a Dual Member read on for some important info from your senior club...


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Registration opens August 1st


As part of OneSport, Athletics NSW are now opening regos on August 1st


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Dual Memberships and Little Athletics


Little Athletics regos officially open on August 1st. Before they do, U12-U17 athletes need to know about Dual Membership...


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Gold, Gold, Gold to Turner!


James Turner had an incredible World Para Championships...


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Turner set for London!


The World Para Athletics Championships are about to kick off and AW's James Turner is ready and raring to go!


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