Sandringham Athletics Track is a synthetic track located in the affluent Melbourne beachside suburb of Sandringham.
The venue was officially opened in 1962 as a grass track. It was replaced by rubberised bitumen in 1973, which was resurfaced in 1975 and 1988, before being converted to a polyurethane surface in 1997. It was most recently resurfaced in 2022.
The venue features long straights approximately 101m in length. The venue has long jump pits adjacent to the home straight and an additional pit, which can also be used for pole vault, as an extension to the back straight.
The track was under threat of being converted into netball courts by Bayside Council in 2016, but this plan did not go ahead. However, after 23 years a complete replacement of the surface was approved to take place in the 2020/21 season, with plans including a 10 lane front and back straight, along with timing sensors embedded into the track.
An off street car park is located on Glamis Avenue, with further off street parking nearby on Thomas Street.
The venue is managed by Sandringham Athletics Club.