Tourism Cairns welcomes Cooktown Peninsula Caravan Park in Cooktown, for all your accommodation and travel needs, book your holiday today.Stay in a beautiful bushland setting adjoining Mount Cook national park, only a short walk to Finch Bay. Closest park to a beach and explore the botanical gardens and interpretative centre housing Vera Scarth Johnson's paintings and Charlie Tanner's snake and crocodile display. Camp in natural beauty of native bushland and surrounded by unique stand of paperbarks. View from the cabin bottlebrush, curlews, bush turkeys and wallabies, and numerous birds from yellow oriole, fig spangled drongos and frog mouthed owl. James Cook Historical Museum and lighthouse on Grassy Hill close by.
Cooktown Peninsula Caravan Park has found some interesting facts about Australia, Did you know? Australia is one of the world's great economic and migration success stories. Australia is a unique, modern and dynamic trading nation of 22 million people with an ancient indigenous history, and European cultural background. Australia's coastline stretches almost 50,000 kilometres and is linked by over 10,000 beaches, more than any other country in the world.
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