Trinity Beach, Cairns

Trinity Beach Top 3 – Day Drives

Trinity Beach Top 3
Day Drives


Ready to explore? Why not jump on the scenic Captain Cook Highway and head towards the gateway to the World Heritage wonders of Tropical North Queensland: Port Douglas. Located only 50km (approximately a 50 minute drive from Trinity Beach), Port Douglas is an intimate and relaxed town where food, wine, arts and culture are appreciated. The friendly locals are only too happy to include visitors whether it’s sharing their favourite coffee stops and fishing spots or playing 18 holes on a world-class golf course.

Want to make a day of it? Why not stop in at the string of sleep seaside villages dotting Cairns’ Northern Beaches? From Trinity you’ll head to Kewarra Beach, followed by Clifton Beach and of course, the iconic Palm Cove. Wander along the esplanade, enjoy a coffee and a sunrise or hire a couple of paddleboards and adventure out to Double Island.

The world is your oyster – just remember to pack your swimmers, sunscreen and a sense of adventure!

Talk to us today about activities and tours available from Port Douglas.


Lush, green rolling hills. Breathtaking waterfalls and volcanic crater lakes. Award winning scones and strawberry picking. Gemstone caves and chocolate factories. There’s not much you can’t find in the stunning Atherton Tablelands.

Made up of several small townships, the Atherton tablelands is located approximately 1 hour from Trinity Beach. Enjoy chocolate, coffee and gin tasting in Mareeba, take a step back in time at the historical village of Herberton, stroll through boutiques and walk along the Avenue of Honour in Yungaburra and canyoning in Chillagoe.

Not only do each of the little towns offer something unique, but a drive through the countryside will lead you to some of Australia’s most famous waterfalls and the volcanic blue water of Lake Eacham. With so much on offer, talk to us today about how to make the most of a day trip or stay in this beautiful region of North Queensland.


Ever wanted to step into a fairytale? Paronella Park comes pretty close! Jose Pareonella’s dream was to build a castle. Arriving in Australia from Catalonia, Spain in 1913, Jose worked in the sugar industry before eventually buying 5 hectares of land in Mena Creek. There, he and his wife ended up building a castle, picnic area, tennis courts, bridges, a tunnel and grounds – all by hand! They opened the park to the public in 1935 and hosted soirees, balls and picnic galas. Paronella Park was THE place to be! And now it is open to the public everyday, to showcase the incredible building feats and vision of Jose Paronella.

Tickets are valid for re-entry over a 2 year period and if you have the option, we highly recommend checking out the nightshow!

 A further 40 minutes south, you’ll find the seaside village hamlets of Mission beach: South Mission Beach, Wongaling Beach, North Mission Beach and Bingil Bay. Nature takes centre stage at Mission Beach with its long unspoilt beaches, deserted islands and white-water rivers fringed by rainforest. There are no crowds at this seductive and easy going destination which is perfect for relaxation or discovering adrenalin pumping outdoor activities. Mission Beach also happens to be one of the best places to spot a Cassowary in the wild, so keep an eye out!

Make sure to chat to us about tours and activities available in the area and to purchase your Paronella Park pass.