Captain Cook`s Voyage of 1770Print Page
Plaque unveiled on Trinity Sunday in 1988 as part of the Mulgrave Shire Bicentennial Project, commemorates Captain Cook's voyage of 1770 during which Banks and Solander catalogued plants which are now growing in the median strip of Trinity Beach Road.
The Bicentenary was celebrated in 1988 to commemorate 200 years of permanent settlement in Australia.
|Address:||Trinity Beach Road, Coastwatcher Park, Trinity Beach, 4879|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -16.789747|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 29th May, 1988|
A MULGRAVE SHIRE
The Unveiling Of This Plaque On
TRINITY SUNDAY, 29TH MAY 1988
MR.R.McKAUGE M.B.E. D.S.C. V.R.D.
Commemorates The Epic Voyage Of Captain James Cook in 1770
During Which Banks And Solander Catalogued The Plants
Now Growing In The Median Strip Of Trinity Beach Road