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Cooks' Cottage, Melbourne

Cooks' Cottage in Fitzroy Gardens is the house in which Captain James Cook's parents lived.

Cooks' Cottage in Fitzroy Gardens is the house in which Captain James Cook's parents lived. It was constructed in 1755 in Great Ayton, England and shipped brick-by-brick to Australia in 1933, whereafter it was faithfully reconstructed.


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About Cooks' Cottage

 Fitzroy Gardens, 230-298 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia

 +61 3 9658 9658

 www.cookscottage.com.au

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