Cooktown, Qld

Cooktown is on Mulligan Highway (81)



View of Cooktown from Grassy Hill
Photo by Frances76

Part of Cooktown's relaxed charm is the fact that most museums and places of interest can be seen with a leisurely stroll around town. Some popular sites include The Post Office, "Elizabeth Guzsely Gallery", Cooktown RSL Club, Cook Monument & Cannon, Grassy Hill & Grassy Hill Lighthouse, Bicentennial Park – James Cook Statue, Milbi Wall, Queens Steps, Cooktown Wharf, Mrs Watson's Monument, Cooktown Railway Station, Old Cooktown Hospital, Cooktown Botanic Gardens, James Cook Museum, Nature’s Powerhouse and Cooktown Visitor Information Centre and Cooktown Cemetery and Chinese Shrine.

Cooktown Visitor Information Centre

Nature's Powerhouse Botanic Gardens
Walker Street, Cooktown, Qld 4895

Phone : (07) 4069 5763

chill@kindredcafe.com.au
www.cooktownandcapeyork.com

Map of Cooktown

Cooktown Photos

This page last reviewed on 21 Mar 2017