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Northern Country Region is one of seven Regions within the Little Athletics Victoria Association

This website contains information for members of Little Athletics Centres who together make up the Northern Country Region. You will find the Regional Calendar, results of Regional Championship Events, Open Day information, Centre Contact details and a variety of other information to assist centre's, athletes and parents.

Little Athletics Victoria (LAVic) has approx 19,500 members aged between 5-15, in 103 centres across the state and is divided up into 7 regions (4 metropolitan & 3 country)

The Northern Country Region (NCR) has the largest number of centres with approx 2700 registered members. The Northern Country region consists of the following 21 centres:

Albury, Barooga, Benalla, Bendigo, Corowa, Echuca/Moama, Howlong, Kyabram, Kyneton & District, Lavington/Jindera, Mansfield, Murrindindi, Mt Beauty, Nathalia, Rochester, Rutherglen, Seymour, Shepparton, Wangaratta, Wodonga, Yarrawonga/Mulwala

The NCR's main responsibilities include

  • Facilitating communication between the state body and its centres, other regions and between centres within the region.
  • Facilitating and coordinating LAVic programs such as On-Track (U6-U8 skills development program), coaches & officials development programs, LAPS (Little Athletics in Primary Schools), Bring a Friend Day, Volunteer of the Year, Officials reward and recognition scheme.
  • Coordinating qualifying events for State Relays and State Track and Field competitions.
  • Facilitates coaching courses and educational courses for parents and family members
  • Region Championship competitions act as qualifying rounds of the Little Athletics Victoria State Championships.


This website has been designed to communicate to all current and prospective members within the Northern Country Region. New families will find contact details and links to their closest Centre. Current athletes and parents will find information relating to Championships, clinics and courses and news items whilst Centre Committee members can stay up to date with minutes, Regulations and mini presentations on a range of administrative and competition topics.