If you ever needed an excuse for a holiday it could be Trinity Beach.
Picture this: swaying coconut palms, clear blue water, the ocean lapping gently on the sand, barbecues on the beach - what more could you ask for?
Trinity Beach is one of a handful of Cairns northern suburbs that run along the coastline and with an intimate village feel and relaxed atmosphere it will leave you begging for more time off.
The list of places to stay is one of its highlights, looking after couples, groups and families in everything from luxury to budget accommodation.
High end: Vue Apartments
Prince: From $250 per night
Rating: Five stars
Every apartment has views of the Coral Sea, with a choice of luxury one, two and three-bedroom self-contained apartments, as well as sub-penthouses that wrap around the spectacular view. Direct beachfront access awaits through security keypad control.
Mid-range: On The Beach Holiday Apartments
Prince: From $180 per night
Rating: Four stars
Right on the beachfront, there are 45 luxury one, two and three-bedroom apartments self-contained for convenience. There are seven pools and the property is in walking distance to the heart of the village.
Budget buster: Trinity Beach Pacific
Price: From $99 per night
Rating: Four stars
Affordable accommodation 500m from restaurants,
Just like most places in Far North
You can go up in a hot-air balloon, snorkel, dive, sail and fish the Great Barrier Reef, go cable skiing just outside Cairns or take the Skyrail to Kuranda.
Closer to home you can swim in the enclosure, fish, walk or shop.
Something special: One of Cairns best-kept secrets for an ideal romantic beach wedding.
Getting there: It’s a 20-minute drive from Cairns city or 15 minutes from the airport.
|PH: 1300 731 620 (within Aust)
International: + 61 7 4045 5091
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