Cooktown Holiday Park

QLD
Cooktown
No Dogs Allowed
Four hours north of Cairns, Cooktown is the ideal base for exploring Queensland’s tropical north and the rugged beauty of Lower Cape York. Named for Captain James Cook’s arrival in 1770, the town offers interesting history, stunning coast and lush rainforests to explore. Award-winning Cooktown Holiday Park provides outstanding caravan park facilities and quality accommodation options, perfectly located for exploring the tropical scenery and the rich history of the region. Cooktown is one of Far North Queensland’s most historic destinations and the perfect place for a tropical getaway, an adventure filled family holiday, or to take time out before exploring further up Cape York.

Park features

BBQ
BBQ
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Dump Point
Dump Point
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Laundry
Laundry
Tour Desk
Tour Desk
WiFi
WiFi
Accessible
Accessible
Current Deals
Park Info
See & Do
Reviews
Park Features
BBQ
BBQ;
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store;
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool;
Laundry
Laundry;
Tour Desk
Tour Desk;
WiFi
WiFi;
Accessible
Accessible;
Current Deals
Park Info
Four hours north of Cairns, Cooktown is the ideal base for exploring Queensland’s tropical north and the rugged beauty of Lower Cape York. Named for Captain James Cook’s arrival in 1770, the town offers interesting history, stunning coast and lush rainforests to explore. Award-winning Cooktown Holiday Park provides outstanding caravan park facilities and quality accommodation options, perfectly located for exploring the tropical scenery and the rich history of the region.
 
Caravanners and campers will enjoy the roomy campsites in beautiful landscaped surrounds, while those looking for a self-contained accommodation option can choose from a range of cabins and motel-style units.
 
All units feature air conditioning for year-round comfort and well-equipped kitchens for self-catering.

Impressive park features include award-winning tropical gardens, shaded swimming pool, camp kitchen, BBQs, guest laundry, car wash bay and fish cleaning facilities for prepping the catch of the day.

Named for Captain James Cook following his arrival in 1770, Cooktown holds a significant place in Australia’s history. Cook and his crew spent 48 days here when his ship Endeavour was crippled on a nearby reef. Explore the township and visit the excellent James Cook Museum, Cooktown History Centre, Botanic Gardens, and historic Railway Park. The town also features excellent shopping and eateries.

There is fabulous fishing in and around Cooktown and out on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. There are also beautiful pristine beaches and nearby waterfalls, bush treks, extraordinary birdwatching, arts and crafts, museums, galleries, produce markets, Aboriginal culture, golf, and so much more.
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