Captain James Cook was a British explorer, surveyor, navigator and cartographer who mapped large parts of the world including Australia's east coast and New Zealand's North and South Islands, making landfall at Botany Bay on 29 April 1770.
The 250th anniversary is an important opportunity to understand what took place, learn from each other’s stories and to discuss what it means for our future.
The Endeavour 250 website, released today, features information and resources from a range of perspectives to help Australians better understand this historic voyage and how it has helped shape our nation.
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