Cafes

Cook Shire Visitor Information Centre

Welcome to the remote, unspoilt beauty of Cape York Peninsula. Captain Cook's arrival on the banks of the Endeavour River in 1770 led to his first recorded meaningful contact and reconciliation with Aboriginal people. Discover this unique history and Cooktown's colourful past on a stroll around town...

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Kindred Cafe

Natures Powerhouse - Visitor Information Centre Cooktown

Having Kindred Café open, offering the same wonderful café atmosphere we all love, catering, a retail outlet selling a range of goods, and holding events is part of an overall strategy to build local skills, promote our magnificent gardens precinct, and sustain NPH’s vitality.

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Cook’s Landing Kiosk & Marina

Cooks Landing Kiosk and Marina is the ideal place within Cooktown to relax on the waters edge. Overlooking the Endeavour River the Cooktown Marina is the perfect place to enjoy a terrific meal as you watch the boats go by. The Cooktown Marina and Kiosk serves a hearty breakfast starting from as earl...

Musgrave Roadhouse

Offering good old fashioned hospitality the Musgrave Roadhouse, located in the Cape York Peninsula, is owned and operated by one of the early pioneering families of the region - the Shepards. Serving fuel and food 7 days a week from 7:30am – 10:00pm the roadhouse also serves a cold beer in its lice...