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A great location to view the northern end of the island. Lovely boardwalk down to the lookout point, but nothing prepares you for the gale that is blowing. There is a beautiful new picnic shelter and toilets, so a great place for a picnic.
Captain Cook's Monument and Lookout is located in the Norfolk Island National Park.
There is an information board describing Cook's Landing and showing on its location on a photograph. He certainly picked a difficult place to make his first landing. He then circumnavigated the island,...More
A little off the beaten track but well worth the drive from Burnt Pine.
National Parks have done a wonderful job in building this coastal boardwalk and upkeeping this lovely reserve.
As has been said, the views from the boardwalk are breathtaking.
A great place...More
Although not far, nothing is on Norfolk, the road does a meander to the point. It becomes part of the excursion. The short walk from the parking lot to the monument and then the lookout is interesting. Then the view will take your breath away....More
A ten minute drive from the township of Burnt Pine through winding roads and past national parkland and gumtree forest plantation, a coffee plantation and some roadside honesty boxes, will see you arrive at the Captain Cook Monument. A boarded walking track around the coastline...More