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Peninsula Caravan Park

Howard Street, Cooktown QLD 4895

Peninsula Caravan Park is surrounded by natural bushland yet just minutes from the centre of town... Facilities include; clean amenities block, laundry, barbecue area, public telephone, children's playground, cabins, overnight vans, bunkhouses and air conditioned, self contained units with fans and microwaves.

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Cooktown Caravan Park

14 -16 Hope Street, Cooktown QLD 4895

Cooktown Caravan Park is located in the foothills of Mt Cook a short walk or drive to the river and easily within reach of all attractions in town. A quiet and peaceful location situated in a natural bushland setting with lots of shady trees and away from the sand and midge flies found down closer to the river. Park facilities include shaded powered caravan, campervan tent & un-powered tent sites; modern amenities; general store; internet access; guest BBQ's; seating for large tours and Friday night suasage sizzles where fellow travellers gather together in the tourist season.

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Sovereign Resort Hotel

Corner Charlotte and Green Streets, Cooktown QLD 4895


“The most beautiful place in Cooktown”

The Sovereign Resort Hotel is a beautiful AAA 4-star rated resort situated in the heart of Cooktown, close to all historic sights, shops, wharf and museum.

We have resort style rooms, deluxe rooms and 2 bedroom apartments, all air-conditioned with queen sized beds.

Vehicle access to Cooktown along the Coast road via Cape Tribulation or the Inland road via Mareeba. Air and coach service via Cairns.

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Cooktown Holiday Park

31-41 Charlotte Street, Cooktown QLD 4895

Accommodation options at Cooktown Holiday Park include large areas for tour groups, powered sites, 1 & 2 bedroom cabins, standard & family units. Boasting a large pebblecrete pool with a grassed area ideal for lounging around, camp kitchen, modern amenities, guest laundry, shop and internet access Your hosts Tammy & Dave Martland

How to get there:

31-41 Charlotte Street, Cooktown, 4895
Cooktown, Queensland

Latitude: 15° 28' 34" S (-15.476167)
Longitude: 145° 14' 45" E (145.245869)

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Cooktown Alamanda Inn

60 Hope Street, Cooktown QLD 4895

Set in 2 acres of tropical gardens with swimming pool and BBQ. We are located on the road in from Cairns, directly opposite Caltex Service Station and mini mart. We have plenty of room with off road parking for cars and boats. 1.5 km to the PO and 2kms to the wharf. Group catering is available. There are 5 guesthouse rooms, 5 motel rooms, 5 studio/self-catering rooms. All rooms have TV, fridge, tea/coffee and air-conditioning. Laundry facilities are available.

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River of Gold Motel

Cnr. Hope & Walker Streets, Cooktown QLD 4895

Cooktown offers visitors an exciting, natural and historical destination. From pristine beaches and walking trails to a great days fishing . The towns' rich history also provides the visitor with numerous historical buildings, museum and fascinating historical sites to visit. Conveniently located in the heart of Cooktown (Hope Street) the River of Gold Motel is within easy walking distance of all town facilities. After exploring or business commitments, guests can relax in our air-conditioned rooms. Why not enjoy a swim in our salt water tropical pool. In the evenings we invite you to enjoy a meal in our fully licensed River of Gold restaurant and Maytown bar before retiring to our recently refurbished rooms.

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Endeavour Falls Tourist Park

3040 Endeavour Valley Road, Cooktown QLD 4895

Set in one of the most beautiful locations in the Endeavour Valley, north west of Cooktown in Tropical North Queensland Endeavour Falls Tourist Park offers quality accommodation right beside the tranquil Endeavour Falls. Enjoy nature at its best in this family friendly landscaped tropical park amidst virgin woodlands and surrounded by spectacular bluffs and ranges. Accommodation at Endeavour Falls Caravan Park consists of quality self-contained split system air conditioned cabins, as well as, powered caravan & camp sites.

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Milkwood Lodge

Annan Road, Cooktown QLD 4895

In quiet harmony with giant Milkwood trees, the Lodge overlooks a tranquil rainforest canopy just 2 mins from the town centre and 5 mins from the golf course. Six comfortable and secluded pole cabins each provide split level airy accommodation with en-suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchenette. Relax under the waterfall in the saltwater pool and enjoy a meal under the stars in our licenced barbeque area.

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Cooktown Motel Pam's Place

9 Boundary Street, Cooktown QLD 4895

Cooktown is the gateway to the Heritage Wilderness of the Cape York Peninsula and the Great Barrier Reef; it is one of the most diverse and unspoiled travel destinations in Queensland.

Cooktown was the first true European settlement on Australian soil, founded in 1873 as a port for the Palmer River Gold fields, it has a rich history of European settlement, Aboriginal, cultural and natural historical developments. Every June the town celebrates with a re-enactment of the landing of Captain Cook to repair the Endeavour after striking the reef.

Pam's Place is a natural tropical rainforest environment with friendly hosts. Arrive, unpack, absorb and revitalise your body, mind and soul as you enjoy your holiday, getaway, vacation or special occasion. It is the perfect retreat to getaway and unwind!

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Alkoomie Station

Oakey Creek Road, Cooktown QLD 4895

Alkoomie is an 18,000ha (45,000acre) working cattle station just 30 minutes from historic Cooktown in Tropical Far North Queensland. The homestead is built on an escarpment 500mts (1,500ft) above sea level atop Mt Dickson and offers unimpeded breathtaking views across the Endeavour River Valley to Cooktown out to the Great Barrier Reef and the shipping channel of the Coral Sea.

The drive to Alkoomie is through open savannah forest, typical of Cape York Peninsula. You then ascend the escarpment this is a 4WD only road. You can drive your own 4WD or our staff can pick you up in Cooktown. Once on top of the escarpment the true beauty of Alkoomie unfolds.

Accommodation is available in the two-story homestead for 8 - 12 people and our prices include most activities. You can also camp without roughing it in our furnished, self-contained, all-weather tents. Our tents are elevated off the ground and most importantly, they are insect proof!

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Cooktown Orchid Travellers Park

Charlotte Street, Corner of Walker Street, Cooktown QLD 4895

Their central location in the middle of town makes the Cooktown Orchid Travellers Park the ideal spot to stay. Tents and vans are welcome. They have a pool, a well set up camp kitchen with hot and cold running water for washing up, two electric barbecues, tables and chairs and a communal fridge. Powered and non-powered sites are available and most sites have some shade. They sell ice and have bait available for those early morning fishing trips.

Enjoy a stay in this attractive and historic town which offers museums, botanical gardens and interpretive centre and reef and fishing trips and is close to many of the national parks in the Cape. These attractions together with a well stocked supermarket and a post office and bank make Cooktown a great place to stop.

Barradise Lodge

133 Endeavour Valley, Cooktown QLD 4895
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Mungumby Lodge

Mungumby Road Black Mountain, Cooktown QLD 4895
Mungumby Lodge is a private boutique wilderness retreat situated on the northern edge of the majestic million hectare Australia's Tropical Rainforest National park just 25 minutes before Cooktown heading north. The Australian Landscape offers a wide range of experiences, only a few as unique or majestic as Far North Queensland Tropical Rainforest region. It is a group of National Parks and primitive rainforest listed by the World Heritage Commission as one of the earths most unique and valued assets, with a magnificent collection of botanically diverse landscapes and ecosystems including tropical rainforest, animals, birds, and mangroves, which possibly exceeds that anywhere else on the continent.The service at Mungumby Lodge will put you at ease, always attentive and never obtrusive. Ten wooden bungalows with private ensuites, a large spacious main building with wide-open living areas right on the edge the spectacular Mungumby Creek. For meals, bird watching, reading or just plain relaxing by the pool, guests use the spacious main house, which is surrounded by large tropical gardens and pool.Within walking distance are opportunities to swim in jungle waterfalls, observe wildlife, relive history or simply enjoy the bird song.
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BIG4 Cooktown Holiday Park

31-41 Charlotte St , Cooktown QLD 4895
Large shady sites. Modern amenities block. Fantastic camp kitchen. Large pool with shades. Award-winning tropical gardens. Within walking distance to town.
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Cooktown Peninsula Caravan Park

64 Howard St , Cooktown QLD 4895
Stay in a beautiful bushland setting adjoining Mount Cook national park, only a short walk to Finch Bay. Closest park to a beach and explore the botanical gardens and interpretative centre housing Vera Scarth Johnson's paintings and Charlie Tanner's snake and crocodile display. Camp in natural beauty of native bushland and surrounded by unique stand of paperbarks. View from the cabin bottlebrush, curlews, bush turkeys and wallabies, and numerous birds from yellow oriole, fig spangled drongos and frog mouthed owl. James Cook Historical Museum and lighthouse on Grassy Hill close by.
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The Sovereign Resort Hotel

Charlotte St cnr Green St, Cooktown QLD 4895
This Property is currently under refurbishment The Sovereign is a luxurious resort style hotel - the perfect place to relax and unwind, after tackling the untamed wonderland of Cooktown and its surrounds. Set amidst landscaped tropical gardens, featuring a beautiful lagoon swimming pool, the Sovereign offers guests air-conditioned two bedroom apartments or resort style rooms. Hotel facilities include an a la carte restaurant, cafe bar and liquor store. Information and tour bookings are handled by our friendly, competent staff and provide guests with a comprehensive guide to activities in and around Cooktown. Today Cooktown is the modern day adventure-seekers playground in a spectacular natural setting. It is a haven for many land based activities, while off shore the diving, reef and deep sea fishing rate with the best in the world.
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Cooktown YHA

Corner Boundary and Charlotte Streets, Cooktown QLD 4895
Pam's Place YHA backpackers hostel, is located in Cooktown and the hostel provides complimentary tea and coffee to guests. Internet is available and backpackers can enjoy the hostel pool, games room, kitchen facilities and 24-hour access. Multi-share, private rooms and self-contained units are available.

Mount Cook National Park

Ida Street, Cooktown QLD 4895
This park features the rugged Mount Cook, which provides a scenic backdrop to the town of Cooktown. Rainforest and tropical woodlands with a heath understorey cover the upper slopes and sheltered gullies. Mount Cook was named after Lieutenant James Cook, navigator and explorer, who had repaired the Endeavour in 1770 where Cooktown now stands, after damaging it on the reefs off Cape Tribulation. Take the steep two kilometre walk to the lookout for scenic views over the Great Barrier Reef and coastline. Climb one kilometre further to Mount Cook's summit. See large granite boulders covered with ferns. Look for tree snakes and lace monitors. Take binoculars for birdwatching. ...

James Cook Historical Museum Cooktown

Furneaux Street, Cooktown QLD 4895
The James Cook Historical Museum is housed in the former St Mary's Convent for the Sisters of Mercy, built in 1888-9. Cooktown's economy was buoyant due to the town's role as a port for the region's mineral wealth, dominated by the Palmer River goldmines. The local Catholic Priest was appointed Bishop in 1887, and prioritised the establishment of the convent, day and boarding school for girls. Financed by his Irish relatives, the building was designed by former colonial architect FDG Stanley. As gold production declined so did Cooktown. Businesses that were not prospering didn't rebuild after the destruction of the 1907 cyclone. St Mary's continued to operate until the 1930s. It was occupied by the US military during World War Two and then abandoned and earmarked for demolition. The building was saved and donated to the National Trust for use as the James Cook Historical Museum. The grounds have been landscaped as the Joseph Banks Memorial Garden, planted with species identified by Banks and Dr Solander during their seven week stay at the Endeavour River in 1770. The museum holds many items related to the large Chinese population of Cooktown, including items from a temple formerly located on Charlotte Street. ...

Cooktown War Memorial

Charlotte Street, Cooktown QLD 4895
Recruitment for WWI in the Cooktown region drew men from the tin mining industries around Rossville and Shiptons Flat to the south. After the war, the population of the town was small and early ANZAC commemorations were low key. In 1934 the citizens of Cooktown revived ANZAC Day marking the 16th anniversary of the stand at Villiers Brettoneux. A temporary cenotaph was established at the Cook Memorial. This became the location for future Anzac ceremonies for many years. The Cook Memorial, a tall sandstone column, is located to the north of ANZAC Park, was unveiled in 1888 when Australia was celebrating its centenary. The Cooktown RSL later built a memorial to both WWI and WWII soldiers in a park in the main street, renamed ANZAC Memorial Park. The memorials comprise two granite boulders with metal plaques, the largest of which commemorates all who served in WWI. The smaller listing for WWII service reflects the dwindling of the town in the mid-twentieth century. The second boulder is a general war memorial....


Cooktown, Cooktown QLD 4895
With bitumen all the way along the 330 kilometre inland Mulligan Highway from Cairns, Cooktown is easy to get to. If you want a more adventurous route, go four wheel-driving along the coastal Bloomfield Track crossing rivers and creeks through World Heritage-listed rainforest and join the highway at the mysterious pile of rocks known as Black Mountain. Historic Cooktown became a thriving port during the gold rush era after it was discovered by Captain James Cook when the HMS Endeavour hit a reef in 1770. Stroll through the town and you will get a sense of its prosperous past from the handmade stone guttering lining the wide streets and the graceful, well-preserved architecture. Each June, the landing of Captain Cook and his interaction with the Indigenous Guugu Yimithirr people is re-enacted as part of the three-day Cooktown Discovery Festival. Discover Cooktown's multicultural history at the museum and walk through the cemetery to learn about the hardships endured there more than a century ago. The fishing in Cooktown is world-renowned with the Cooktown River and offshore reefs yielding tasty species like barramundi and coral trout. Vessels from around the globe arrive each year to chase the legendary black marlin. Cooktown has a regional airport with regular flights and a range of accommodation from camping to four-star hotels. ...

Flinders Group National Park

Flinders Islands National Park, Cooktown QLD 4895
Seven remote and ruggedly attractive islands, with a rich cultural landscape, form Flinders Group National Park. The islands contain important Aboriginal story and burial sites, along with nationally significant rock art showing early contact with Europeans. The islands lie adjacent to Cape Melville and are within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Visit the islands on a commercial cruise vessel or in your private boat. Walk the 2.8 kilometre interpretive trail to learn about the Yiithuwarra 'saltwater people'. Contemplate their rock art in the Ship and Yindayin rock shelters on Stanley Island (Yindayin). Bush camp on Flinders Island (Wurriima). Watch seabirds and look for turtles and dugong. Enjoy the remoteness of this unique park....

Cooktown Cemetery

Charlotte Street, Cooktown QLD 4895
The Cooktown cemetery has been in continuous use since the town was established in October 1873. The cemetery was proclaimed in 1875 with trustees representing each of the denominations in Cooktown; Church of England, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Hebrew and Wesleyan Methodist. Despite the large Chinese population there, no Chinese representative was appointed. The entrance gate faces the road to the Palmer River, where gold discoveries led to Cooktown becoming a port. An internal road leads from the gate and forks in the middle of the reserve. The track to the west terminates at a Chinese Shrine with a low concrete altar. Nestled amongst the trees in the north-west of the cemetery is a brick well, evidence of the Chinese market gardeners who once worked there. The rest of the site is divided into denominations by the unsealed paths. Significant graves within the site include that of Mary Watson who died of thirst escaping Lizard Island, 90 kilometres to the north-east; mariner Albert Ross Hovell, son of the explorer William Hovell, known for his involvement in 'blackbirding', or procuring Islanders to work as labourers; and Mother Mary De Sales Meagher, founder of the Sisters of Mercy Convent in Cooktown....