South Rockhampton Kangaroos

South Rockhampton Kangaroos AFL club

South Rockhampton Kangaroos AFL logoAbout
Established in 1981, the Rockhampton Brothers Australian Football Club competes in the AFL Capricornia competition.

In 1984 the Rockhampton City Council offered the club a home ground facility at Victoria Park on Lion Creek Road. This remained the clubs home until its current relocated location at Kele Park in West Rockhampton in 2006.

Under 11 and under 9s began in 2004, under 7s in 2007 and the ladies team emerged in 2010, known as “the sisters”. With these teams the club now boasts of 9 teams.

With the club now in excess of 30 years in age it is not surprising to see the next generation of those early year players now participating for the Roos. Such is the strength and bond formed in the early days and the spirit that fills the present group the Blue and White are set to prosper for years to come.

Rockhampton Brothers


Home Ground
Kele Park, Millewa Street, South Rockhampton

Rockhampton is a city on the Fitzroy River, located 45 km from the river mouth, and some 600 km north of Brisbane. Popular attractions include Riverbank Parklands, a riverfront parkland attraction located on the banks of Fitzroy River; the Capricorn Coast, the coastal strip between Yeppoon, Emu Park and Great Keppel Island, a large neighbouring island off the Capricorn Coast, the vast majority of which is national park.

1984, 1986-87, 1995, 2010