Castaways Trinity Beach offer a relaxed friendly atmosphere, warm tropical climate and 3½ star rating, ensuring a comfortable and affordable holiday environment that blends in with the tropical character of Far North Queensland.
Trinity Beach is one of the best kept secrets of Tropical North Queensland offering beachfront restaurants, hotels, shopping centre, takeaway cafe and a beach bus travelling direct to Cairns almost every 30 minutes.
Combine this with what locals regard as the best beach in the Cairns region, and the natural beauty and seclusion of Trinity and you have the perfect destination, and just 20 minutes from Cairns International Airport.
Relax and enjoy our expansive grounds, located just a stone’s throw, only 75 metres from Trinity Beach’s fabulous beach, restaurants & bars, our tranquil location is perfect. For those looking to explore the natural wonders of Far North Queensland, all Cairns tour operators leave from Castaways Trinity Beach and are accessible with local knowledge through our free booking service.
The units are set amongst spacious tropical gardens and lawn areas. Our three swimming pools with spas incorporate outdoor entertainment and BBQ areas for guests to use at their leisure. For those who like to swim in the sea, or just lie on the most popular beach in the Cairns region, it is only a 75 metre walk to the esplanade. Apartments are serviced weekly, and all linen is provided, excluding beach towels, these can be hired from reception.
Other facilities include cot and high chair hire, baby sitting services, car washing areas and internet and fax services.
Our relaxed friendly atmosphere, tropical climate and 3½ star rating ensure a comfortable family environment that blends in with the tropical character of Trinity Beach.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world, in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, NE Australia. It is 2,000 km long and is separated from the mainland by a shallow lagoon up to 160 km wide. The reef itself is composed of hundreds of individual reefs and has many islets, coral gardens, and unusual marine life. In some places it is more than 122 m thick. Truly one of the natural wonders of the world.
Daintree Rainforest. For adventurers lured by the call of the wild, the greater Daintree region is a treasure chest of obscure and out-of-the way spots, perfect for bushwalking, nature photography, bird watching. Declared World Heritage Rainforest, the Daintree is a haven for tropical wildlife and exotic flora. Well worth the trip north!
Skyrail is Australia’s most outstanding example of how a commercial tourism venture and our unique natural environment can co-exist in total harmony. Ride a cable car up through the rainforest canopy to embark on an environmental learning experience of a life-time.
Kuranda. There are many attractions in this ’Village in the Rainforest’ - the markets, aviaries, Rainforestation, Butterfly Sanctuary and Noctarium are not to be missed. Why not have lunch at one of the many cafes or visit the famous arts and crafts market? You can take Skyrail up and the scenic Kuranda train back down again.
Atherton Tableland. Only an hour’s drive from Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia, delivers to you a natural wonderland in the naturally air-conditioned Tropical Atherton Tablelands. Within easy reach of each other you can explore the damp treasures of the rainforests, crystal clear crater lakes, magnificent waterfalls and mountain lookouts. Some of the outstanding water venues provide safe water sports in a stinger-free environment including all year-round barramundi fishing, water skiing and houseboats.