When Captain James Cook landed on Norfolk in 1774 he explored only one segment on the north coast. A monument to Captain James Cook and a scenic lookout have been erected on this northern part of the coast where he landed with his officers - you'll get a spectacular view of the coastline from here. Access to the lookout is via Duncombe Bay Road. Picnic tables, barbecues and toilet facilities are provided at the scenic headland.
The Bridle track can be accessed down the grassy slope from the monument. The Bridle track follows the coastline and offers views of the many islets, eventually linking with the Red Stone Link track which takes you to the Bird Rock lookout.