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Cooktown has previously been known as a frontier destination in Far Northern Queensland with its quirky characters and a great pioneering history from the sea faring days of Captain Cook landing here in 1770 after sailing all the way from England in a timber boat with Joseph Banks the botanist and Daniel Solander the naturalist and acclaimed botanist along with a hard working crew mixed in with a few paying civilians.
Nowadays there is a nice highway that you can travel along quite comfortably to reach Cooktown and you can also book a nice motel with great views over the Endeavour River. Cooktown is a drawcard for tourists that are lovers of history and lovers of fishing and for those that just love to explore new horizons. Come along and explore Cooktown for yourself because if you don’t it’s just Unaustralian! Call Cairns Holiday Specialists on (07) 40595959 or 1300 852 526
Cooktown Events Centre
Want hold your next meeting or event somewhere totally unique?
In the unspoiled and picturesque Cooktown in North Queensland you will find a 'state of the art' conference facility.
The Cooktown Events Centre is a modern structure catering for up to 550 people. Within easy access of Cairns, Cooktown is serviced by two flights daily and a fully sealed road for travel by coach.
The building is very versitle and can accommodate 5 separate meeting rooms, with a large open foyer for breakout sessions, morning & afternoon teas, lunch buffets or BBQ dinner options. The centre also converts to a theatre with stage and dressing room facilites, sporting events in the main conference venue and catering is no problem in the full commercial kitchen.
What makes this venue so unique is the fantastic range of post and pre touring experiences that Cooktown has to offer. This small coastal town is surrounded by lush mountain ranges and it boasts the closest proximity to the Great Barrier Reef. Steeped in history, Cooktown is famous for the explorer Lt James Cook stayed in the safety of Cooktown's harbour to repair the HM Bark Endeavour and the First Reconciliation between Europeans and the Guugu Yimithirr peoples.
THE EVENTS CENTRE
1 Large Meeting Room: 21m x 8 m / Capacity Seated 150 & at tables 130
Divided into 3 Meeting Rooms: 7m x 8 m each / Capacity Seated 40 & at tables 35
Small Meeting Room: 3m x 3m / Capacity Seated 6 at a table
- Data Projection equipment
- Kichenette with oven, microwave, crockery cutlery, dishwasher & fridge
35 x 25m / Capacity seated 800 & Auditorium seated at tables 500 Court markings & equipement / Netball x 1 court/ Volleyball x 2 courts / Basketball electronic scoreboards, Badminton x 3 courts / Short tennis x 3 courts
- Air conditioned
- Pulastic sports flooring
- bench seating 320 chairs / 40 tables
- male/female changing rooms and showers
Stage & Ampitheatre
12m x 9 m / Capacity seated 550 / Proscenium Stage, back of stage has sliding panels opening on to an apron and grassed amphitheatre area.
- Male & Femail dressing rooms and toilets
- Screen at front of stage
- Wheelchair access list to stage
- hinged panels to block off front of stage
- 11 m x 5 m
- cold room
- hot/cold bain maries & deep fat fryers & combi steamer
- chiller fridges
- Gas ovens