Tea-towel: Great Keppel Island

Tea-towel: Great Keppel Island. Great Keppel Island is the largest in the Keppel Group of fourteen islands which was named when Captain James Cook passed by in 1770. The land area of this national park covers some 1400 hectares and is surrounded by 17 white sand beaches. The first resort established in 1967, was taken over by Trans-Australian Airlines in 1975 and was closed in 2008 for redevelopment. Collection of Glenn Cooke

Date captured: 
3 December 2010
Date created: 
3 December 2010
Collection of Glenn Cooke
Great Keppel Island, QLD
23° 10' 42.2256" S, 150° 56' 53.4804" E