Bicentennial Park is home to the much-photographed bronze Captain Cook statue . Nearby, the Milbi Wall is a 12m-long mosaic that spans...
Be sure you get to the top of this 162m-high knoll come dusk/dawn: with 360-degree views of the town, river and ocean, the view is...
James Cook Museum
Built as a convent in 1889, Cooktown’s finest historical building houses well-preserved relics from Cook’s time in the area, including...
Gill'd & Gutt'd
Fish and chips the way it should be – fresh and smack on the waterside wharf.
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Lonely Planet review
Opening on to a romantic waterside deck, fresh local fish takes top billing, but save space for mouth-watering desserts.