Warm wel­come at the beach

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UN­LIKE sev­eral of Cairns’ north­ern beaches that seem to cater to one or the other, Trin­ity Beach man­ages to cre­ate a real bal­ance be­tween vis­i­tors and owner oc­cu­piers.

With plenty of op­tions to tan­ta­lise taste­buds, the es­planade of this sub­urb is a favourite hang­out for lo­cals and tourists.

This is one of the larger beach­side sub­urbs of Cairns.

There are many res­i­dents who have re­lo­cated to Aus­tralia from over­seas, choos­ing to make Trin­ity Beach their home.

There are home own­ers, in­vestors and ren­ters and a high num­ber of pro­fes­sion­als choose to live there.

The sub­urb com­bines dif­fer­ent hous­ing and ac­com­mo­da­tion types in­clud­ing large blocks, older homes, new es­tates bor­der­ing on rain­for­est and mod­ern unit com­plexes. Trin­ity Beach is home to a num­ber of parks in­clud­ing a skate fa­cil­ity and there is a cen­tral com­mer­cial vil­lage.

The for­mer IGA’s tran­si­tion to one of the state’s largest Night Owls has made the shop­ping sit­u­a­tion much more con­ve­nient in the sub­urb, ac­cord­ing to Mark Car­mady, se­nior sales con­sul­tant, Ray White Cairns Beaches.

There is value for money. There is still plenty of good op­por­tu­nity in Trin­ity Beach.

“That’s cer­tainly been a bonus for the lo­cal community,” he says. “It has a very good se­lec­tion of prod­uct in there – all the sta­ples.”

Mark has been in Trin­ity Beach for 10 years. So what is it that brings peo­ple from all over the coun­try and even the world to this north­ern beach Cairns sub­urb?

“They all come look­ing for that warm wel­come and that am­bi­ence,” he says.

He adds the cur­rent prop­erty mar­ket there is quite ro­bust with plenty of ac­tiv­ity, buy­ers and sell­ers.

“There is value for money,” he says. “There is still plenty of good op­por­tu­nity in Trin­ity Beach.”

Be­sides, who wouldn’t want to sit back with a nice cold drink af­ter a day at work and just en­joy look­ing at the wa­ter?

At just about 25 min­utes’ drive north of the Cairns CBD, ev­ery­thing you could want and need is at your fin­ger­tips in Trin­ity Beach.


There is a med­i­cal cen­tre with a gen­eral prac­ti­tioner in the sub­urb. There are also a num­ber of med­i­cal, den­tal and pathol­ogy ser­vices in nearby Smith­field, a lit­tle less than 10 min­utes’ drive south.


Trin­ity Beach is now home to a large Night Owl mar­ket and the sub­urb’s small shop­ping cen­tre has take­away out­lets, a newsagent, a butcher, a baker and a chemist. There is also a hair sa­lon.


Trin­ity Beach has a state pri­mary school with Prep classes. There’s a high school at Smith­field a short drive away.

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