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Don't go in July. Most things were shut in Cairns for repairs including the Lagoon Pool, Botanical Butterfly enclosure was closed due to roof repairs. They let all the butterflies out.
Even the pool near our apartment was closed for maintenance.
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We love places where you can stay on the beach with a community that is still a smaller village type feel. Trinity Beach is one of these. Lovely clean beach with a few really wonderful friendly restaurants and cafes on the water. Nice and quiet...More
Beautiful beach! Not far from cairns cbd. About 15min by car. A must go!
Weather was perfect and We enjoyed a cool breeze pretty much every day. Great place for families.
Many hotels and places to stay. Tip: Book in advance
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The beach is clean, warm and welcoming. The waves are low and apart from a dip in the surface a few meters in from shore it’s smooth and relaxing to swim in. There’s an area manned by lifeguards with advice about daily conditions.
I actually went to that Thai restaurant one evening and although a little slow service wise i thought the food was pretty good i must admit i did go quite early in the evening not too sure about the takeaway side of things
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Thanks for your question. Swimming in the nets is usually very safe. We also have excellent Surf Life Savers on Duty at many northern beaches. As I have lived in the area for over three years, we always take precautions when... More
Thanks for your question. Swimming in the nets is usually very safe. We also have excellent Surf Life Savers on Duty at many northern beaches. As I have lived in the area for over three years, we always take precautions when swimming anywhere along the beaches. Trinity Beach, among others, can have croc sightings. However, if you check out the nets, and the water is clear, you can see when it is perfectly safe. We never swim at nights - EVER - and we don't swim outside the nets. I am always surprised that tourists let their toddlers paddle near the edge. That's not safe. However. I don't want to dissuade you from the excellent opportunity to swim at our beach. Also, if you are concerned, and you are travelling around, Babinda Boudlers is a MUST for a day out of safe swimming, a barbeque and some nice walks. Again, only swim when it is safe to do so, not after a big rain. The water at Babinda is so nice, you won't ever want to leave. Also, at Trinity Beach, if you walk along to the headland, you can stay a while, sit on the bench and watch the big green turtles pop up out of the water. They live there.