Welcome to your news page covering all thinks happening in Groper Creek.
Groper Creek became popular for fishing expeditions to Beachmount and Cape Upstart.
Today the small fishing community’s population is made up of around 50 permanent residents, mostly being retirees.
In holiday seasons the population balloons to over 300 with visitors flocking to the caravan park located on the bank of Groper Creek. Many of the visitors come to take advantage of local fishing and crabbing.
Nev met with an unfortunate incident during his time at Groper Creek, tripping over whilst trying to save his laptop.
Home Hill Boat Club memberships for the 2022/23 financial year became due on 1 July.
Following extensive community consultation, ongoing collaboration with the Burdekin Shire Council and solar experts Horan & Bird, the Home Hill Boat Club finalised its solar project
FORMER Home Hill State High School students recently reunited at Groper Creek for a fishing weekend. Hear how it went…
STATE of Origin rivalry was alive and well at Groper Creek with three barbecues held at The Boat House, in aid of the Groper Creek Rural Fire Brigade.
GROPER CREEK Rural Fire Brigade has been selected as one of only 39 brigades throughout Queensland to initially receive boosters to enhance Telstra coverage in the area.
TURNING heads in the Groper Creek caravan park recently with their strikingly restored 1972 HQ SS Holden towing their 1958 Wayfarer caravan were Airlie Beach couple, Craig and Ange Clarke.
FOUR generations of the Stockdale family celebrated 100 years of memories at Groper Creek on June 12 in The Boat House.
NOT everyone can brag about catching a 90cm Queenfish directly off the bank at Groper Creek, but that was the case recently for Graeme Falvey.
RETURNING to Groper Creek recently was nationally acclaimed Australian country music guitarist, songwriter and producer, Nev Molloy, who entertained guests gathered around the regular Friday night campfire.
VISITORS staying at Groper Creek Caravan Park from June to October have the chance to win $1 million
NATIONAL Volunteers Week was commemorated with a sumptuous morning tea at Groper Creek Caravan Park last month.
GROPER Creek is currently in the grip of State of Origin fever! The rivalry seems to gather momentum each year, as various camps display their state’s colours with lots of jovial pranks and fun get-togethers.