About Us

Rouse Hill Rams endeavours to provide a fun and supportive environment for children to learn skills, increase fitness and build friendships. The club runs every Friday night from September through to March, with a break over Christmas. Athletes should arrive by 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start. Age groups will then move around different events on a three week program.

We are based at The Hills Centenary Park, corner Withers & Commercial Roads, Kellyville.

There is a carpark with overflow parking. Canteen facilities are available.


Sprint and middle distance running (50 metres to 1500 metres)


Shot Put & Discus

Javelin (11 & over)

High Jump

Long Jump

Triple Jump

  • Tiny Tots program: introducing 4-5 year olds to Athletics through an activity based program which runs for 1-1.5 hours. Tiny Tots are in their own area and away from the main running tracks.
  • Under 6: Run on the main track and field areas and follow a normal program. Under 6 do not compete outside our Centre.
  • Under 7 to Under 12: run as separate age groups following a normal program and athletes are given the opportunity to compete at Zone competition at Baulkham Hills in December. Qualifying athletes U8 and above will then progress through to the Region Championship is held at Blacktown in February. Successful athletes at Regions, U9 and above, go through to the NSW State championships held at SOPAC.
  • Under 13 to Under 17: run as a combined senior group following a regular program and compete at Zone, Regional and State competitions.
  • There are multiple carnivals held throughout the season where athletes can compete against different clubs, this is a fantastic opportunity to improve skills and meet other competitors. Upcoming carnivals are posted on our Facebook page throughout the season.
  • Age Groups
  • Each age group has a simple structure of one Age Manager, a backup Age Manager, and at least 3-4 assistants who help with the running of each event (Recording, measuring, raking and timing).  Things run smoother for groups when there are a number of parent helpers who can cover for each other.

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

Rouse Hill Rams Little Athletics Centre is proud to support the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, a global youth development program empowering young Australians aged 14-24 to explore their full potential.

We offer a range of diverse and enjoyable opportunities for Duke of Ed Participants to complete their Physical Recreation, Skills and Voluntary Service sections at all levels of the Award. Please note that our season runs from September to March so we are only able to offer opportunities over this period.

Our experienced and friendly committee members and volunteers meet Working with Children Check requirements and are willing to be a Participant’s Duke of Ed Assessor.

Rouse Hill Rams Little Athletics Centre Duke of Ed Example Activities

SkillsVoluntary ServicePhysical Recreation
OfficiatingEquipment setup and packupParticipating in our weekly program
CoachingAssisting Age Managers with their age groups 
Track and fieldResults entry 
 Assisting coaches with training sessions 
 Helping in canteen and BBQ 

Be Involved

To complete your Physical Recreation, Skills and/or Voluntary Service sections with Rouse Hill Rams Little Athletics Centre, please contact Andrew Spencer, our Training and Education Officer via email at andrew2153@gmail.com or phone 0421 415 842.

Before contacting Rouse Hill Rams Little Athletics Centre you must first be registered with a Duke of Ed Award Centre or NSW Open Award Centre.