The first weekend of the Cooktown & Cape York Expo 2021: The Rising Tide will feature the Reconciliation Rocks Festival. Showcasing some of the region’s best known Indigenous and non-Indigenous performing artists across the weekend alongside art, culture, markets, language workshops, exhibitions, storytelling and tours. The Reconciliation Rocks Festival headline artists on Saturday 12 June are Troy Cassar-Daley, Busby Marou and Mau Power. And its free!
A “Back in Time” showcase will include bush tucker tasting, weaving, regional Indigenous art exhibitions and workshops
There will be a live performance and re-enactment of the landing of Captain Cook and his interactions with the Guugu Yimithirr bama.
While you're here
Every day is an adventure in Cape York, one of Australia’s last true wilderness areas. Go camping, fishing, four wheel driving, walk along the beach and discover the incredible Aboriginal and early European history. Cape York is somewhere that everyone must visit once in their lifetime.
– Jack Colquhoun, Cape York Camping Punsand BayCooktown & Cape York
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