Goole, a port city and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England is located on the River Ouse. The West Riding of Yorkshire is the town's historical county.
Goole parish's population increased from 17,600 in the 2001 UK census to 19,518 in the 2011 UK census. It is located 29 miles west of Hull, 19 miles south of York, and 16 miles northeast of Doncaster.
The town, which is around 50 miles rom the North Sea, has the farthest interior port in the United Kingdom. It is one of the most significant ports on England's east coast and has the capacity to handle around 2 million tonnes of cargo annually.
Poland's Zotów and Goole are informally twinned in the 1960s, Goole and Gibraltar now share the names of Goole Court and Gibraltar Court, respectively.