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    Captain Cook monument

    Step in Cook’s footprints A cairn commemorates the first landing of the “Endeavour” in Queensland at Bustard Bay. ┬áIt stands on the site where one of Cook’s crew carved the date on a tree near where they came ashore. On Wednesday 24 May 1770, Lieutenant James Cook anchored the Endeavour about 3 km off this part of the coast near read more

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    Sunset in 1770

    Watching a magical sunset Being one of only a few places on the east coast of Australia to enjoy a sunset over the ocean, this daily spectacle is a “must do” while visiting the area. Around sunset, people gather along the 1770 foreshore and the headland to watch the sun set over Bustard Bay. Park at the Marina and walk read more

http://www.visitagnes1770.com.au Discovery Coast Tourism and Commerce 2017

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