Annan Gorge Near Cooktown
Photography by Basil Bilanenko
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The Annan River Gorge is located south of Cooktown. People who will drive the inland road to Cooktown will cross it twice. It is the ideal fishing destination in Queensland.
The “Little Annan” causeway which crosses close to the Annan Gorge is worth stopping for a look. However, swimming is not recommended because Annan has crocodiles especially in salt estuaries near the ocean. You can also access the mouth of the Annan by the Walker Bay wherein windsurfers are often seen.
At the Annan River and Wallaby Creek you will find good-sized Tarpon, Jungle Perch and angry Sooty Grunter. With good bait, you’ll be surprised with the tenacity of these fish. Tucked away in the upper reaches of Annan River are the Annan Falls. The Annan Falls can be easily accessed via an old tin mining track.