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Burdekin Motor Inn

14 Eighth Ave, Home Hill QLD 4806

Situated just an hour’s drive north of Bowen and one hour south of Townsville, the Burdekin Motor Inn is nestled in the heart of the sugar growing area of North Queensland on the Burdekin River which boasts the longest bridge of its type in Australia. The best barramundi fishing spots are only 10 minutes away and not much further is some great reef fishing.

The Burdekin Motor Inn features a range of accommodation options from single rooms to rooms that will sleep a family of six. With 24 hour check in, the Burdekin Motor inn is the perfect stop over for all.

Burdekin Motor Inn

14 Eighth, Home Hill QLD 4806
The Burdekin Motor Inn is a one hour drive from Bowen and approximately one hour drive to Townsville. Ten minutes away is the best Barramundi fishing and not much further away from reef fishing spots. Accommodation ranges from double to family units, and the service is very friendly. Meals are served to units Sunday to Thursday with the licensed restaurant open Friday and Saturday nights. There is a fully equipped laundry room available, as well as a pool and barbecue facilities. All guests are made welcome by hosts Karen and Tony Deguara.
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Home Hill Caravan Park

Eleventh Ave cnr Eighth St, Home Hill QLD 4806
Home Hill Caravan Park is known as one of the friendliest parks in regional Queensland. It is a small park with both camping and cabin accommodation. The Home Hill Swimming Pool is right next door to the park, and the shopping centre is only a 5 minute walk.

Charlie's Hill

Charlies Hill Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
2015 marks 70 years since the Radar Station at Charlie's Hill ceased operations after World War II. If you visit this historical site, you'll see igloos of reinforced concrete which provided bomb-proof protection for the radar equipment. The wooden towers which supported the transmitting and receiving aerials have been removed. However, you may find foundations from various structures near the igloos. The buildings are listed in the Queensland Heritage Register because of the site's historical and military significance. Charlie's Hill is a six minute drive south of the township of Home Hill. ...

Groper Creek

Groper Creek Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
Groper Creek is a laidback location, where you can sit back, relax and unwind. You can launch your tinnie from the boat ramp, or fish from the jetty. The area is well known for its fantastic fishing and crabbing. Groper Creek is located towards the mouth of the Burdekin River about 15 kilometres from Home Hill. Head out along Groper Creek Road and you'll travel past sugar cane farms, and through a wetland area full of birds and wildlife. Have a look around the Groper Creek settlement, at the huts built high on stumps. The kiosk and the public phone box are also up high. Bring your camera, as these buildings have their own personality! With the caravan park on the banks of the creek, if you decide to stay longer, check in, set yourself up and enjoy the surroundings. ...

Home Hill

Home Hill, Home Hill QLD 4806
Situated on the southern side of the Burdekin Bridge (known as the Silver Link) with an economy driven by sugar and agriculture, Home Hill offers landscapes dominated by lush green canefields as well as access to some of North Queensland's finest produce. Start your experience in Home Hill with panoramic views of the regions towns, farmlands, wetlands, waterways and coastline from Inkerman Hill. Take in the pristine beauty provided by nature's greens and blues and enjoy a skyline that seems to go on forever. Other attractions include the historic World War Two radar stations which can be found on Charlies Hill and for a step back in time take a stop at Tom's Toybox to view a private collection of working farm machinery from yesteryear. The township of Home Hill was established in 1913 from land carved out of the Inkerman Downs Station and is located just 12 kilometres south of Ayr. The two towns are linked via the Burdekin Bridge, the districts best known landmark standing at an impressive 1,103m long and larger than the Sydney Harbour Bridge. To walk across the famous landmark, park near the Lion's Diorama at the southern approach to the bridge and head to the pedestrian walkway. While in Home Hill, visit the Ashworth's Tourist Centre to discover murals that depict the district's rural life and view original Islander artworks at Zaro's Cultural Gallery. Visit the Silver Link Interpretive Centre, which opened in 2007 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Burdekin River Bridge. Located in the main street of Home Hill, the centre tells the history of the bridge through more than 120 photographs. The Comfort Stop in the centre of town is a clean, modern facility with free restroom, shower and barbecue. There is ample parking for caravans and motorhomes. ...

Inkerman Hill

Mount Inkerman Lookout Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
Inkerman Hill, a 10 minute drive south of the township of Home Hill, provides an excellent vantage point to take in the surrounding countryside. With an elevation of around 215 metres above sea level at the summit, local farms, the township of Home Hill, and some waterways around the Groper Creek area and Cape Upstart are visible. The broad delta plains irrigated from the Burdekin aquifer become apparent. The road to the top of the hill is also scenic, and a popular trek for locals in the early morning and late afternoon. Many fitness enthusiasts park their vehicles in the parking area at the base of the hill, to walk the road to the top. A picnic area is located at the summit of Mt Inkerman. Bring your own water as there are no taps. A dial at the lookout points out the direction to a variety of distant places. Keep an eye out for rock wallabies which inhabit the hillsides. The road to the top is not suitable for trucks, buses, caravans and trailers. ...