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Meadowglen International Athletics Stadium

Meadowglen International Athletics Stadium (MIAS) offers an international standard, all-weather synthetic athletics facility.

The stadium can be used for:

  • district and State sporting competitions  
  • school carnivals and athletics
  • little athletics
  • senior athletics
  • large corporate functions
  • family and social functions
  • festivals

Memberships for the stadium are also available.

View the Meadowglen International Athletics Stadium photo gallery


Meadowglen Athletics Reserve
146 - 156 McDonalds Road



  • 8-lane Spartan track
  • 10-lane front straight
  • 2 high jump areas
  • 4 long and triple jump pits
  • pole vault facilities
  • steeplechase water jump
  • 2 discus areas
  • hammer throw area
  • 2 shot put areas
  • aluminium running rails
  • floodlighting
  • electronic timing gates
  • public announcement (PA) system
  • accessible toilets
  • kitchen/kiosk facilities
  • full canteen
  • club change rooms
  • communication and first aid rooms
  • grand stand and shaded spectators areas

Pavilion function room

  • seats up to 110 people
  • fully equipped kitchen
  • air-conditioning 
  • tables and chairs

Parking and access

  • car park spaces for up to 150 cars
  • overflow car park can be provided for events
  • on-site bus bays - Epping train line and bus service 901 will take you to the stadium
  • wheelchair accessible

Access Key

Meadowglen visitors can plan ahead for their visit using our customised Access Key, which is available for free download. 

The Access Key is a highly detailed written guide, created by Access Ability Australia, which offers a level of predictability for groups including people with a disability, seniors and families. 

It covers prediction, orientation, structure, sensory integration and accessibility and safety features, allowing users to navigate themselves around the venue with clear instructions on where things such as toilets or change tables are located. 

The Access Key contain colour photos, supportive text, maps and sensory guides that outline the sensory elements of experiences.  

It also includes details about the most convenient accessible parking, entry points, stadium layout and amenities, plus athletic events available and their overall wellbeing and therapeutic benefits. 

The Meadowglen Access Key is offered in full colour and large print text-only formats. 

View or download the Meadwoglen International Athletics Stadium Access Key.

You can also download our Meadowglen Social Story, which has been developed for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, specific language disorders, social communication difficulties and cognitive delays and disability. 

The Social Story is based on a school athletics carnival, and is designed to help prepare individuals for social interaction by providing clear information about specific social situations, outlining why they happen and what typical responses might be. 

Special events

MIAS has hosted the following events:

  • Annual Whittlesea Gift – the richest 200m event in Australia
  • Relay for Life 
  • Reconciliation day

Casual sports ground bookings

To request a booking, all users need to make a booking request via our online sports ground booking program IMS by following these instructions:

  1. Visit the IMS portal -
  2. Log in or create an account (an account is needed to make a booking request)
  3. Read, acknowledge and agree to abide by the conditions of hire agreement.
  4. Submit all required documentation including a copy of your current Public Liability Insurance

Read the conditions of casual hire for sports grounds.

Stadium booking forms

Site inspection times

Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5pm.


Meadowglen Athletics Track Facility Coordinator

M: 0438 349 539