|Main street in Cooktown|
Cooktown is a small town on the mouth of the Endeavour River. It was established in 1873 as port town to supply the goldfields along the Palmer River. The population of Cooktown is approximately 1,400 people and it is the most northern town on the east coast of Australia.
|Another view of the main street|
|Looking out to the Coral Sea|
|Play equipment representing |
|James Cook Museum|