Secretary: Sam Davis

Mobile Phone: 0438 82 3 060        


Facebook: Click here to go to our facebook page

Mail Address: PO Box 2342, Whyalla Norrie. 5600

WHERE: Jubilee Park Athletics Oval, Whyalla Stuart

TimeSunday Meets:   Arrive at 9.00am .  Group Warm-ups and stretching begins at 9.15 and is an important part of injury prevention. Events start at 9.30am. For Athletes doing Javelin, alternate Sundays at 8.30am

Click here to go to the South Australian Little Athletics Association ( SALAA) Website.


Little Athletics caters for children from 3 years of age to 17 years of age. It can offer significant advantages to all children by assisting in their personal, physical and social development. As well as developing overall fitness, it gives children the opportunity to develop skills and improve technique and coordination in running, throwing and jumping, which can help to maintaining fitness for winter sports and compliment other summer sports.

The 2018/19 season begins with a free Come & Try for NEW athletes only, on Sunday October 14th, 2018 at 9am. Please register via SALAA website (details on how to register below).

Official season begins on Sunday October 21st.


All NEW athletes can have two FREE Come & Try sessions before they have to register. 

Athletes who have not registered after their two Come & Try sessions will not be able to compete. The 2018/19 registration fee for athletes will be $85 per athlete.


Registration and payment is done online via the South Australian Little Athletics Association ( SALAA) Website. and go to "Athletes" then "Members Portal". Or to go straight to the portal click here:Members Portal


Athletes must wear the full uniform to participate in the competition. 


A Sunday competition day will be cancelled if it necessary in accordance with our hot weather policy. There maybe days where the program is altered to cope with the heat if it is hot but not predicted hot enough to be cancelled. Little Athletics is a supporter of the Sun Smart Policy.  We therefore strongly urge that all children are provided with the appropriate protection.