Nesbitt Park, Grayson Ave, Kotara South NSW

Latest News: Wednesday, 20 October 2021
Registration is now OPEN for 2021/2022 Season

All details on our Registration Page!

The government have now announced an increase to the cap on Community Sport from 200 to 1000 people. This changes significantly what we can do prior to the 1st of December!
The club will assess this and determine when we would be ready to start competition.
There is track marking, registrations and plenty of other things to get in order before we can start, so we may call on help in the coming weeks.

2020-2021 Volunteer Roster

Each family will be required to volunteer at least once during the season. Please click HERE to nominate a date (or multiple dates) you can volunteer – get in fast so you don’t miss out! This is vital for our growing club to ensure the nights are run as efficiently and smoothly as possible. All roles are very easy – they range from general event assistance, helping in the canteen, to cooking the bbq, and setting up/packing up the field. You will be guided on the night. If you require more information please don’t hesitate to enquire.



2020 Season Changes

1st Session – 6-10 year ages Athletics Starts at 5:15pm

2nd Session – 11+ year ages Athletics Starts at 6:45pm

Athletics will be commencing on Monday 12th Oct 2020. Due to Covid-19 we have had to develop plans that enable us to safely cater for our athletes and for the start of the season at least we will be running 2 sessions as above.

Kotara South Amateur Athletic Club began in 1965. We are an athletics centre open to both junior and senior participation, having over 300 athletes ranging from under 6’s through to Masters.

We are located at Nesbitt Park, Grayson Avenue, Kotara South.

Our season commences in early October and finishes mid-March. Athletes must be born on or before the 31st December 2015 to register with us. There is no upper age limit and our athletes have ranged in ability from beginners to Australian representatives.

Our track is considered to be one of the best grass tracks in the Hunter Lake Macquarie Area.

Our primary aim is to bring together athletes and their families in a range of outdoor physical activities with family involvement. At least 1 parent per family is required to actively assist each week.

Emphasis is on ‘Run For Fun’ and improvement of an athletes’’ own performances. The club provides a variety of events and also the opportunity to compete in Athletics NSW, Athletics Australia and Little Athletics competitions.

Wet Weather Information

In the event of bad weather we will post cancellations on our website and Facebook.