Warm welcome at the beach
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.