A clue-based hunt around Cooktown open to everyone. Do it at your own pace in your own time, as it is not a race. Entry forms available from 11 June […]
Join the Coral Trekker on a day of sailing and snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. You may even get the opportunity to climb the mast! Morning Tea, Lunch and […]
Visit the array of art and craft stalls, food stalls, workshops and colourful entertainment at the Festival Village.
Experience sailing on a tall ship, the Derwent Hunter and learn about the First Nations maritime heritage of the local region. Explore the Endeavour River mouth as Captain Cook would […]
Illuminating the natural beauty of Australia through digital animation. Beauty Rich and Rare is a 20 minute submersive digital experience which follows Captain James Cook’s 1768 voyage to Tahiti, New Zealand, […]
Join the Centre for Australasian Theatre for an intercultural theatre of exchanges – a series of open performance laboratories and performance making workshops culminating in the co-creation of a newly […]
Join the carnival atmosphere. Rides will include Dodgem Cars, Rock Wall, Storm Rider, Rocking Pirate Ship, Double Lane Inflatable Slide, Jumping Castles and the Laughing Clowns.
Various locations across Cooktown. For the gardening enthusiasts or those that just appreciate a beautiful garden, why not visit one of the region’s open gardens. View some amazing tropical gardens and speak with the local garden owners.
Run by the Cooktown & District Historical Society, the Cooktown History Centre offers a unique insight into the intriguing history of the area with stories, photos, interactive displays, murals and oral histories. The Endeavour Connections and Cook Family Tree exhibitions have been curated especially for the Cooktown & Cape York Expo.
Featuring local Cooktown talent.