Town of 1770

Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy QLD

About Town of 1770

Originally known as Round Hill, the town of Seventeen Seventy - or 1770 as it's locally referred to - is a pleasant beachside destination, its name changed in 1970 to commemorate the bicentennial of Captain James Cook's visit. Holding a re-enactment of this historic landing each year, 1770 - or Seventeen Seventy - holds its name in high regard, calling visitors from all around the globe who wish to discover the origin behind its quirky name. The town of 1770 encompasses four national parks and remains a popular holiday destination for those looking for a vibrant village getaway.

Location & Map

Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy 4677 QLD - See Map

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