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Cobourg Adventures Beach Huts, Cobourg Peninsula

Cobourg Adventures beach huts are situated metres from the beach on the idyllic coast of the Cobourg Peninsula, known to be one of the finest fishing locations in Australia, where fish are abundant and people are scarce.

There are a range of activities on offer, such as guided sports fishing charters, self drive dinghy hire, historical tours to Victoria Settlement and bush tucker walks with the local Aboriginal people. There is also a small general store with basic food items, ice, bait, fuel and some luxury items.

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Beach Hut

Overlooking the entrance to Port Essington, these comfortable huts are situated just metres from the beach. The huts are solar powered, and a gas fridge and gas stove are supplied.

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