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Mungumby Safaris and Tours
A registered tour operator offering trips to the fascinating aboriginal rock art galleries at Laura, to Bloomfield, our magnificent coastline, specialist bird watching tours and Kings Plain.
Located in Tours / From Cooktown
Lion's Den Hotel
Best pub meals 7 days a week including all day everyday pizza menu
Located in Where To Eat / Cooktown
The Great Tropical Drive Daintree Explorer Trail
This is a classic 4WD driving experience from Mossman to Cooktown including the renowned Bloomfield Track
Located in What To Do / Suggested self-drive itineraries
There are several scenic waterfalls in the Cooktown vicinity which make lovely picnic and day trip destinations. Several offer safe swimming in idyllic swimming holes but always check the latest information from local sources before swimming.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery
Bennetts Tree Kangaroo
Bennetts Tree Kangaroo (bennettianus Dendrolagus) is one of two species of tree kangaroo to be found in Australia. This reclusive kangaroo may be spotted in trees along the Shipton’s Flat Road and Mungumby Creek area.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery / Wildlife
Cedar Bay National Park
Located 40km south of Cooktown, this remote and beautiful coastal national park features rugged tropical rainforest hinterland and sea-sculpted headlands, fringed with expansive sandy beaches.
Located in What To Do / Nature, Adventure & Discovery / National Parks
Cedar Bay North Walk
Cedar Bay is a very special area of the Wet Tropics. Inaccessible by road, its remote, white sand beaches and calm, blue waters are can only be seen by walkers and those arriving by sea. Supplied with fresh water streams flowing from the upland rainforest, this out-of-the-way paradise is a travellers dream retreat for a few days.
Located in What To Do / Bush walks
Bloomfield Falls Walk
The walk to picturesque Wujal Wujal (or Bloomfield) Falls is a short stroll down a rocky path to a viewing point for the falls. The falls are especially spectacular after the wet season. Swimming is not advised due to the possibility of crocodiles in the Bloomfield River below the falls and Aboriginal cultural concerns
Located in What To Do / Bush walks
The Rainforest Coast: Rossville, Wujal Wujal, Bloomfield and Ayton
Waterfalls, creek-crossings, rainforest-clad ranges and stunning views are some of the features of this fabulous route through the world-heritage listed rainforest and the heart of the Wet Tropics. But don't rush! You're travelling along 'The Bama Way', through an area rich in Aboriginal culture, with sacred waterfalls, hidden beaches and fabulous wildlife (watch out for the cassowaries!).
Located in Where To Go