Gill'd & Gutt'd
Home to a much-photographed bronze Captain Cook statue and nearby Milbi Wall – a 12m-long mosaic depicting the history of the local...
Cook climbed this 162m-high hill looking for a passage through the reefs. At dusk and dawn the 360-degree views of the town, river and...
James Cook Museum
Cooktown’s finest building (an 1899 convent) houses well-preserved relics including journal entries, the cannon and anchor from the...
Opening on to a romantic waterside deck, Restaurant 1770 gives fresh local fish top billing. Save space for mouth-watering desserts.
Fisherman's Wharf, Webber Esplanade · interesting places nearby
Gill'd & Gutt'd information
Fish and chips the way it should be – fresh and smack on the waterside wharf.