Chatswood Rotary War Memorial Athletics Field, more commonly known as Rotary Field, is one of Sydney’s premier grass athletics tracks.
In 1961 the Rotary Club of Chatswood instigated the development of the field for athletics. The Club contributed $27,000 over five years to the development and the field was opened in 1967 by the Governor of NSW, Sir Roden Cutler.
The track is located in a picturesque bush land setting on Sydney’s lower north shore and is used extensively for training, as well as for club level competition by UTS Norths Athletics Club and Northern Suburbs Little Athletics Centre.
The track features a 17 lane straight on the infield, as well as synthetic runways for long jump and javelin.
The venue is managed by Willoughby City Council.