Lots of shady trees, small sandy beaches not crowded, water nice to swim in and lots of restaurants of all types to select. Also have bus service every 30 mins to Cairns via Palm Cove.
A beautiful place; that's Trinity Beach. Life guards and cordoned off swimming ensure safety, there's plentiful play equipment for the children, a bar, various eateries, indeed everything you could hope for.
Well worth a visit while in cairns. We used public transport which runs every 30 mins and enjoyed this so much. No crowds and you were able to swim in the water. Youy can hire stand up paddle boards. There is a bistro and a beach store. Beautiful sand and trees along the sand so you can relax in the... More
The view along Trinity Beach, day and night, is fabulous. The current is quite strong - you drift along surprisingly quickly. A very clean beach.
Plenty of room for parking. Water gets quickly deep, just a few steps. Not very good for kids, due to strong waves, not rips. Comparing to Sydney, Palm would be like North-Bondi and Trinity, like Maroubra. Cut down the waves by about 20 times though. :) Lots of opportunistic crime from cars and houses. Insurance premiums are a lot higher... More
Don't expect wide sandy beaches. At high tide there is no beach. Similar to other resort beaches in the area. Less expensive than Palm Cove, and there are several good restaurants.
We dropped in on the way to Pt Douglas. Its pretty much residential with limited accom. The beach although pretty is not a scratch on other to the north. Tip there is to wear a stinger suit and sand fly repellent if you hang on the beach.
This is one place I would definitely return when I go back to Cairns. A lovely beach and when I visited not many people. Its not your usual over populated beach resort which suited me just fine. Just take heed of the signs regarding swimming and crocs etc, however the water was a warm 25 degrees. I loved the little... More
We love Trinity Beach! This is our third time back here so it must have all the boxes ticked for us. We have stayed at 3 different hotels and they have all been great. The beach is lovely in September when the water is warm and there are no stingers. Try to stay on the esplanade as the.view of the... More
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