Welcome to Trinity Beach, a beautiful coastal community located in Far North Queensland, Australia. This community information guide has been created to help you discover and enjoy all that Trinity Beach has to offer.

Location: Trinity Beach is situated approximately 20km north of Cairns, along the Captain Cook Highway. It is nestled between the Coral Sea to the east and the rainforest-covered hills to the west.

Climate: Trinity Beach enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures all year round. The wet season runs from November to May, with the dry season from June to October. Average temperatures range from 23°C to 31°C.

Population: As of the 2016 Census, Trinity Beach had a population of approximately 4,500 residents.

Services: Trinity Beach offers a range of services to its residents and visitors, including:

  • Shopping: There are several shops and supermarkets located in the Trinity Beach Shopping Centre, including Coles, a pharmacy, and a variety of specialty stores.
  • Medical: Trinity Beach Medical Centre is located in the Trinity Beach Shopping Centre, offering general medical services to the community.
  • Education: Trinity Beach State School offers education for students from prep to year 6. There are also several childcare centres in the area.
  • Transport: There is a regular bus service running between Trinity Beach and Cairns, as well as a local taxi service.

Attractions and Activities: Trinity Beach is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, thanks to its stunning natural beauty and range of activities. Here are some of the top attractions and activities in the area:

  • Trinity Beach: With its crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches, Trinity Beach is the perfect spot to relax and soak up the sun. This is a patrolled beach offering year-round swimming with stinger nets from November to May
  • Great Barrier Reef: Trinity Beach is the perfect gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders. You can take a boat tour or snorkeling trip from Cairns to explore the reef.
  • Kuranda Scenic Railway: Take a scenic train ride through the rainforest to the picturesque village of Kuranda. Along the way, you’ll see stunning waterfalls and tropical vegetation.
  • Rainforests: Trinity Beach is surrounded by lush rainforests, including the Daintree Rainforest, which is home to an incredible array of flora and fauna.
  • Water sports: Trinity Beach offers a range of water sports, including paddleboarding, kayaking, and windsurfing.
  • Dining: Trinity Beach has a variety of restaurants and cafes offering delicious local cuisine, including fresh seafood and tropical fruits.

Community Events: Trinity Beach is a close-knit community, and there are several events held throughout the year to bring residents together. Some of the most popular events include:

  • Trinity Beach Markets: Held on the first and third Sunday of every month, the Trinity Beach Markets offer a range of locally made crafts and delicious food.
  • Carols by Candlelight: Held in December, this event sees the community come together to sing Christmas carols and enjoy a festive atmosphere.
  • Australia Day: Celebrate Australia Day with a range of events and activities, including a beach cricket tournament and a barbecue.

Closest Banks & ATMs:

  • Rediteller At the Tavern and Food Market Trinity Beach Road
  • CBA Clifton Beach Shopping Village
  • ANZ, NAB Smithfield Shopping Centre

Post Office:


  • Rusty’s Market Cairns – Between Sheridan and Grafton Streets – every Friday to Sunday for tropical fruit and vegetables
  • Night Markets – Between the Cairns Esplanade and Abbott Street – every evening
  • Smithfield Shopping Centre – 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month
  • Port Douglas – End of Macrossan Street – every Sunday

Local Schools:

  • Trinity Beach Primary School, Wewak Street, Trinity Beach
    ph. (07) 4057 1444
  • Smithfield State High School, O’Brien Road, Trinity Park
    ph. (07) 4058 4333


  • St Peter’s Anglican Church, Poolwood Road, Kewarra Beac
    h ph. (07) 4055 6885
  • Holy Cross, Reed Road, Trinity Park
    ph. (07) 4057 6055
  • Other denominations available at request from your accommodation


  • Trinity Beach Police – ph. (07) 4055 6473
  • Smithfield Police – ph. (07) 4057 1900
  • Smithfield Fire Station – ph. (07) 4038 2844

We hope this community information guide has helped you discover all that Trinity Beach has to offer. Whether you’re a resident or a visitor, we know you’ll love this beautiful coastal community.