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My family name has origins in Whitby therefore it has always been a quest to see Captain Cooks endeavours both in North Yorkshire and now Queensland and New South Wales.
This is a fitting memorial set amongst maritime and war memorials looking over the stunning...More
When visiting Our son and daughter in law who live in Tweed Heads he took us for a drive to have a look at his price of paradise. First stop was here to get our bearings and enjoy the view. Next thing I saw was...More
The memorial located on Point danger and lighthouse is a great stop when exploring the coastal area surrounding Tweed Heads. The lighthouse looks to the south over Dunarnbay and the Tweed River and north, all the way to Surfers Paradise on a clear day. This...More
Point Danger is worth a visit -- you can see the Captain Cook memorial as well as memorials of many of the ships lost in the local waters: primarily during WWII, but also ships lost in natural disasters. The memorials are very poignant to read....More
Have been visiting the lookout since I was a little kid. Nice to see some maintenance/repairs being undertaken to ensure that it will be here for many more years to come. Great views from the view decks.
Great to visit during the day to get great views north and south of beautiful coastline.
Also great to visit as sun is setting for different perspective.
Must visit the quaint Coast Guard tourist shop for good priced souvenirs and gifts.