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Great Northern Turf - Growers since 1997

The turf industry in North Queensland has never been more vibrant and exciting.

The amalgamation of three of Townsville’s largest turf farms delivers endless possibilities for rapid growth and more opportunities to broaden our horizons.

The experience and broad knowledge of these 3 companies will enhance this merger and support training of the third generation of turf producers. This will ensure Great Northern Turf will continue to produce a quality, modern product for the next generation to come.

With over 200 acres and 8 varieties of turf available, Great Northern Turf is building a brighter future, built by family.

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Beau Park Turf Farm

Ezio & Marlene Craperi from Beau Park Turf Farm have a lifetime history in agricultural farming and draw on over 30 years experience in the Turf Industry.

Purchasing Beau Park in 1988 and converting the once Quarter Horse Stud into one of the largest Turf farms in their era.

Laudberg Park

1997 saw the establishment of Laudberg Park. Aaron & Natashia Radeck, second-generation turf farmers, started producing Green Couch on their 55-acre property that runs along the banks of the Bohle River.

The business quickly expanded to offer 4 varieties of turf as well as full landscaping packages available to clients.

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Spring Creek Turf Farm

Spring Creek Turf Farm, established by Dion & Kellie Craperi in 1999, is located only a stone throw from Beau Park Turf Farm on Allambie Lane, Rasmussen.

This 50-acre property has now expanded to include an extra 20 acres that is owned by a third generation farmer.

With over 20 years experience in supplying and laying turf in North QLD, Spring Creek takes pride in producing turf to suit Nth QLD’s harsh conditions.

Turf Producers Association

Great Northern Turf is currently an active member of Turf Australia.

This enables us the opportunity to help promote and develop the turf industry as well as grow and expand our business through current information and technology.

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