Cooktown is no ordinary town, it’s a place to immerse yourself in its rich and vibrant past. The long-standing motel itself has an interior preserved in the town’s historical spirit. Whether you choose to experience its historical significance or enjoy the blend of Queensland’s Wet Tropics and Cape York’s Outback Wilderness, to passing by to visit the Great Barrier Reef, you’ll find plenty of reasons to stay overnight at our motel.
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Cooktown is the gateway to the Heritage Wilderness of the Cape York Peninsula and the Great Barrier Reef. The ‘Far North’ is one of the most culturally diverse travel destinations in Australia. The coastal town was named after James Cook as his research vessel, the HMS Endeavour beached on the shoreline for repairs in 1770. It’s a town with a rich history about the indigenous Guugu Yimithirr nation and the European settlement.
No matter what your interests are, Cooktown presents one of the best of Australia’s cultural offering to the world. Located at the mouth of the Endeavour River, the town is the perfect place for your next holiday.
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