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I was quite impressed with the Captain Cook Memorial. There was lots of information.
In the middle of the monument there was a huge globe and a water jet.
Captain Cook was famous in Australia. He came to Australia in 1769 and even stopped at...More
This sculpture displays the voyages of Captain James Cook. The journeys are marked out and clearly indicate what an amazing accomplishment it was in the days that Captain Cook sailed around the world. The globe is located on Lake Burley Griffin at Regatta Point. The...More
A rather unspectacular sculpture of the globe and cooks journey , in my opinion reminds me we are in a sculpture dominated city with the globe parked up by the lake. However the water jet is relaxing to look at and creates a centre piece...More
This globe shows us how Captain Cook made his voyage until he found Australia and New Zealand some two hundreds years ago, interesting. Good historical knowledge not only for adults but specifically for children. Do your visit as a part of the longer leisure walks,...More