Cook's Cottage is located in Fitzroy Gardens in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria. This is a real hut, simple, unpretentious, even rough, with sloping roof tiles and stone walls, and the dark brown reveals the ancient vicissitudes of life. Captain James Cook (Captain James Cook, 1928-1779), a British Royal Navy officer, navigator, explorer, and cartographer. He was ordered to go to the Pacific Ocean three times and led the crew to be the first to land on the east coast of Australia and Hawaii. Europeans in the archipelago also set the record for the first time a European ship circumnavigated New Zealand and is a household name in Australia.
In the corner of the beautiful big park, it's actually mainly the appearance. For me, there is a kind of sentiment from postcards when I was in high school. The visitor center next to it sells souvenirs and coffee, as well as toilets. Captain Cook is a great pioneer of seafaring, and he has always been full of deep respect.
Captain Cook is famous for discovering Australia. Later people bought and relocated his parents’ house to Melbourne to form a tourist attraction. If you only visit the cottage, the scenery is very ordinary, but the park environment where the cottage is located is still good. Stop by when you visit Look at the cabin is good.
Captain Cook’s Cabin is now located in Fitzroy Park in Melbourne. The exterior is a bit rough, with stone walls. It looks very natural in the shadow of the green trees. The two-story building is owned by Captain Cook’s parents. The bedroom, the kitchen and the reception room downstairs, are very simple and unpretentious.