Home Hill Centenary

Home Hill Centenary Logo.

Home Hill was conceived in December 1911 when the State Government balloted off 58 blocks of land which were previously part of Inkerman Downs Station.
Most of those blocks were developed into sugar cane farms and the influx of new settlers led to a demand for a new town on the southern side of the Burdekin River. The town of Home Hill was established by 1913.

A variety of merchandise is on sale to commemorate the centenary celebrations. Items on sale are:

Teatowels – $11.00
Magnets – 50c
Stubbie coolers – $5.00
Bags of Sugar – $5.00
Wine glass coolers -$5.00
Whiskey glass – $6.00
Wine glass – $8.00
Adults shirts – $25.00
Childrens tshirts – $10.00
50 years – Lets Celebrate (Burdekin Bridge Celebrations) – $7.35
Bridging the Gap – A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Burdekin Bridge $10.00

Merchandise is on sale at the Burdekin Shire Council Chambers or the Home Hill Library.

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