TOURS & ATTRACTIONS

WHAT TO DO? – TOURISM TRINITY BEACH DIRECTORY

Trinity Beach is one of Cairns Great Northern Beaches and is centrally located to enjoy all the tours, attractions and activities that Tropical North Queensland has to offer. From the Coral Sea to the Great Barrier Reef and north to the Daintree Rainforest, golf, rafting the rivers, tropical zoos and birdlife, indigenous culture to the nightlife of Cairns, cable skiing or bungy jumping, there is something on offer for everyone. Trinity Beach & the region’s tours and attractions will leave you spoilt for choice. There is something for everyone.

Contact the tour desk of your accommodation and they will advise and book tours for you based on their local knowledge and experience. All tours desks are up to date with the latest offerings as well as advice on weather-related activities, so your holiday experience will be the very best.

Below is a list of Tourism Trinity Beach Member tours and attractions accessible from Trinity Beach.

Embark on a fascinating journey of discovery with Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and immerse yourself deep into Australia’s Wet Tropics World Heritage Area – the home of the world’s oldest continually surviving tropical rainforest. Discover the depths of the ancient rainforest by exploring on foot at Red Peak and Barron Falls, where you will also have the opportunity to uncover the Rainforest Discovery Zone, participate in a Ranger Guided Tour, and experience the fascinating Barron Falls and its breathtaking beauty from The Edge Lookout. Allow some time in Kuranda, the quirky village in the rainforest. This 90-minute experience is conveniently located 10 minutes from Trinity Beach is not to be missed!

This boutique food and wine experience from Cairns will be tasting some of the best food and wine that the Atherton Tablelands has to offer. We will take you through a variety of contrasting landscapes, from lush rainforest to stunning ochre savannah plains. The rich volcanic soil allows farmers to grow many and diverse crops from Bananas, coffee, sugar cane, avocados, mangoes, macadamia nuts, citrus and more which you will learn about as we taste our way around the regions ‘Food Bowl.’

Take in the beautiful views as we take you on a fascinating and tasty journey through another gem of Far North Queensland.

Port Douglas’ Favourite Food & Wine Tour
7 Delicious Stops – Details Below. Liqueurs, Wines, Beers, Spirits, Cheeses, Coffees,
Chocolates, Tropical Fruits and Local Nuts.
You now have an exclusive opportunity to Tag-A-Long with us for the day on the Atherton Tablelands. BYO CAR! We meet you the morning of the tour, you receive a CB radio to listen to the guide’s fascinating commentary & your souvenir pass to join us for the day to enjoy our exclusive ‘Private Property” experiences & delicious food offerings, then we will head off on our adventure TOGETHER.

Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is a multi-award winning eco adventure attraction located just 25 minutes north of Trinity Beach on the Captain Cook Highway. Highlights include crocodile spotting cruises on Hartley’s Lagoon, our famous crocodile feeding shows, cassowary feeding & a wide range of Australian wildlife including Koalas, wallabies, quolls, wombats, cassowaries, emus & much more. Licensed restaurant & a gift shop including our exclusive range of farm direct crocodile handbags & leathergoods.

ADDRESS: Lot 10, Captain Cook Highway, Wangetti (on the way to Port Douglas), Qld, 4877

Kuranda Koala Gardens and Birdworld Kuranda are two boutique wildlife attractions at the Heritage Markets in the heart of Kuranda Village. Koala Gardens has a range of Australian iconic species in addition to Koalas including wombats, gliders, possums, quokkas and more. Right next door Birdworld Kuranda is one of Australia’s largest free-flying mixed emersion aviaries with over 400 Australian native and exotic birds, with wonderful photographic opportunities.

ADDRESS: Heritage Markets, Rob Vievers Drive, Kuranda, Qld, 4881

The Reef Magic Cruises high-speed catamaran departs daily directly from Cairns to the sheltered Marine World activity platform located a quick 90-minute transfer and is approximately 50km due east of Cairns. Catering for all ages and swimming abilities, Marine World is perfectly suited for the non-swimmer, beginner snorkeler through to certified divers, with an activity to suit you all.

ADDRESS: Reef Fleet Terminal, 1 Spence Street, Cairns 4870

Departing daily from Cairns for our Moore Reef pontoon, you enjoy 4 hours at the reef featuring complimentary inclusions of snorkelling, glass-bottom boat and semi-submersible coral reef viewing tours, underwater observatory, marine life touch tank, and sumptuous buffet lunch. There are also optional extras available including scuba diving, guided snorkelling safari and Seawalker Helmet Diving.

ADDRESS: Reef Fleet Terminal, 1 Spence Street, Cairns, QLD 4870

If the Great Barrier Reef is on your bucket list, don’t miss a day trip aboard ‘’Evolution’’ Cairns newest and most luxurious vessel. Spend five hours visiting two outer reef locations. A BBQ lunch is included and additional adventures such as scuba diving, helicopter flights and semi-submersible tours also available. Luxuriously casual with stunning ocean views.

ADDRESS: 287 Draper Street, Cairns, QLD 4870