Point Cooke, Victoria

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Located on the sheltered rocky shores of point cooke Phillip, Point Cooke is home to an array of marine life. Visitors can explore the sand dunes and beaches or delve into the rocky reefs in this park, which is a short drive from Melbourne’s CBD. Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary is within the traditional Sea Country of the Bunurong People and is managed by Parks Victoria.

Unlike many rhythm-and-blues artists of the era who stressed visceral sexuality, Cooke was a spiritualist; even when he sang dance songs like “Twistin’ the Night Away” and “Shake,” he did so with a delicacy that was previously unheard of in the genre. He also became an independent businessman, setting up his own publishing, recording, and management firms. And he broke new ground by playing nightclubs such as the Copacabana in New York City, which were largely off limits to rhythm-and-blues acts.

Exploring Tranquility: Discovering the Natural Wonders of Point Cooke

While with Keen, Cooke recorded several romantic ballads and teen pop hits including “For Sentimental Reasons,” “Everybody Loves to Cha-Cha-Cha,” and “Only Sixteen.” But when Specialty Records head Art Rupe walked in on a recording session and heard Cooke covering Gershwin, he was unhappy with the style of music that was being produced. He fired Cooke and producer Bumps Blackwell.

The town centre has two discount department stores, a supermarket and about 150 other outlets. There are also a number of schools in the suburb including Point Cook P-9 College (2 campuses) (2002), Point Cook Senior College (2008), and Carranballac Catholic primary and secondary school (2003).