Australian Athletics Championships - List of National Championships

List of National Championships

YEAR VENUE PLACE
1890 – 1891 Moore Park Sydney, Australia
1893 – 1894 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne, Australia
1895 – 1896 Lancaster Park Christchurch, New Zealand
1897 – 1898 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney, Australia
1899 – 1900 Bowen Park Brisbane, Australia
1901 – 1902 Auckland Domain Auckland, New Zealand
1903 – 1904 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne, Australia
1905 – 1906 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney, Australia
1907 – 1908 Hobart Cricket Ground Hobart, Australia
1909 – 1910 Bowen Park Brisbane, Australia
1911 – 1912 Basin Reserve Wellington, New Zealand
1913 – 1914 Amateur Sports Ground Melbourne, Australia
1919 – 1920 Sydney Sports Ground Sydney, Australia
1921 – 1922 Adelaide Oval Adelaide, Australia
1923 – 1924 North Hobart Oval Hobart, Australia
1925 – 1926 Bowen Park Brisbane, Australia
1927 – 1928 Basin Reserve Wellington, New Zealand
1929 – 1930 Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne, Australia
1931 – 1932 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney, Australia
1932 – 1933 Amateur Sports Ground Melbourne, Australia
1933 – 1934 Adelaide Oval Adelaide, Australia
1934 – 1935 Lang Park Brisbane, Australia
1935 – 1936 North Hobart Oval / Rushcutters Bay Oval Hobart / Sydney, Australia
1937 – 1938 Bowen Park/ Royal Park Brisbane / Melbourne, Australia
1939 – 1940 Leederville Oval Perth, Australia
1946 – 1947 Leederville Oval Perth, Australia
1947 – 1948 St. Kilda Cricket Ground / University Oval Melbourne / Sydney, Australia
1948 – 1949 Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney, Australia
1949 – 1950 Adelaide Oval / Norwood Oval Adelaide, Australia
1950 – 1951 North Hobart Oval Hobart, Australia
1951 – 1952 Exhibition Grounds / Olympic Park Brisbane / Melbourne, Australia
1952 – 1953 Leederville Oval Perth, Australia
1953 – 1954 Sydney Cricket Ground / Leederville Oval Sydney / Perth, Western Australia
1954 – 1955 Kensington Oval, Adelaide Adelaide, Australia
1955 – 1956 Olympic Park / Brisbane Cricket Ground Melbourne / Brisbane, Australia
1956 – 1957 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1957 – 1958 Exhibition Grounds / Sydney Sports Ground Brisbane / Sydney, Australia
1958 – 1959 North Hobart Oval Hobart, Australia
1959 – 1960 Leederville Oval / North Hobart Oval Perth / Hobart, Australia
1960 – 1961 Lang Park Brisbane, Australia
1961 – 1962 E.S. Marks Field / West Parkland Field Sydney / Adelaide, Australia
1962 – 1963 Thebarton Oval / Lang Park Adelaide / Brisbane, Australia
1963 – 1964 Olympic Park / Royal Park Melbourne, Australia
1964 – 1965 North Hobart Oval / Perry Lakes Stadium Hobart / Perth, Western Australia
1965 – 1966 Perry Lakes Stadium / Sydney Sports Ground Perth / Sydney, Australia
1966 – 1967 Olympic Sports Field / North Hobart Oval Adelaide / Hobart, Australia
1967 – 1968 E.S. Marks Field / Olympic Sports Field Sydney / Adelaide, Australia
1968 – 1969 Olympic Park / Lang Park Melbourne / Brisbane, Australia
1969 – 1970 Olympic Sports Field / Royal Park Adelaide / Melbourne, Australia
1970 – 1971 Lang Park / Sydney Sports Ground Brisbane / Sydney, Australia
1971 – 1972 Perry Lakes Stadium Perth, Western Australia
1972 – 1973 E.S. Marks Field / North Hobart Oval Sydney / Hobart, Australia
1973 – 1974 Olympic Park / Olympic Sports Field Melbourne / Adelaide, Australia
1974 – 1975 Olympic Sports Field / Lang Park Adelaide / Brisbane, Australia
1975 – 1976 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1976 – 1977 The Domain / Sydney Sports Ground Hobart / Sydney, Australia
1977 – 1978 QEII Stadium Brisbane, Australia
1978 – 1979 Perry Lakes Stadium Perth, Western Australia
1979 – 1980 E.S. Marks Field Sydney, Australia
1980 – 1981 Olympic Sports Field Adelaide, Australia
1981 – 1982 QEII Stadium Brisbane, Australia
1982 – 1983 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1983 – 1984 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1984 – 1985 Bruce Stadium Canberra, Australia
1985 – 1986 Olympic Sports Field Adelaide, Australia
1986 – 1987 Sydney Athletic Field Sydney, Australia
1987 – 1988 Perry Lakes Stadium Perth, Western Australia
1988 – 1989 QEII Stadium Brisbane, Australia
1989 – 1990 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1990 – 1991 Sydney Athletic Field Sydney, Australia
1991 – 1992 Olympic Sports Field Adelaide, Australia
1992 – 1993 QEII Stadium Brisbane, Australia
1993 – 1994 Sydney Athletic Field Sydney, Australia
1994 – 1995 Sydney Athletic Field Sydney, Australia
1995 – 1996 Sydney Athletic Field Sydney, Australia
1996 – 1997 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1997 – 1998 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1998 – 1999 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia
1999 – 2000 Stadium Australia Sydney, Australia
2000 – 2001 QE II Stadium Brisbane, Australia
2001 – 2002 ANZ Stadium Brisbane, Australia
2002 – 2003 ANZ Stadium Brisbane, Australia
2003 – 2004 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney, Australia
2004 – 2005 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney, Australia
2005 – 2006 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney, Australia
2004 – 2005 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney, Australia
2006 – 2007 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney, Australia
2007 – 2008 Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre Brisbane, Australia
2008 – 2009 Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre Brisbane, Australia
2009 – 2010 Western Australian Athletics Stadium Perth, Australia
2010 – 2011 Olympic Park Melbourne, Australia

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