ⓘ Cook Island (New South Wales)

Cook Island (New South Wales)

ⓘ Cook Island (New South Wales)

Cook Island, formerly Cooks Island, Turtle Island and Joong-urra-narrian, is an island in the Australian state of New South Wales located on the states north coast about 600 metres north-east of Fingal Head and 4 kilometres south-east of the town of Tweed Heads.

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