The Archer Point Wind Farm, alternatively Jalunji Wind Park or Cooktown Wind Farm, is a proposed wind farm to be located at Archer Point, about 15 km south of Cooktown, Queensland. It is expected to cost A$250 million to construct.
The project would generate about 400,000 MW-hr of electricity - enough electricity to power over 75,000 average Queensland homes. In addition, the wind farm would make a very significant contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Queensland - reducing electricity emissions by over 370,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually. This would be equivalent to taking 85,000 cars off the road. Once constructed, the wind farm would have twice the capacity of the largest renewable energy generation facility in Queensland. Towers are expected to be 80 m high.
In May 2011, it was announced that a lease agreement between the traditional land owners and National Power has been reached.