Trinity Beach Holiday Home Cairns
The Trinity Tropical Oasis Trinity Beach holiday home is located just one short block back from the beachfront at Trinity Beach Cairns Australia, where you will find restaurants, cafes and bars, and several short walking trails with wonderful beach views. View the holiday house location on the Trinity Beach Cairns map.
For rent by owner, this private vacation rental it is a beautifully renovated exotic Trinity Beach holiday home with mountain views, large spa bath (great for couples) and pool set in lovely tropical gardens. A fully fenced yard lined with bamboo gives you several outdoor relaxation areas – all to yourself. View more information on the Trinity Tropical Oasis holiday house facilities and have a look at the video or view the photo gallery. Read about the experiences of previous guests and feel confident you will also enjoy your stay at Trinity Tropical Oasis.
You can book this Trinity Beach holiday home online on this website using Paypal, MasterCard or Visa Card or if you prefer, you can all Ingrid, the owner, on 0404 88612 (within Australia) or +61 404 886162 (outside of Australia). Check out this vacation rental’s accommodation rates and specials.
Why visit Trinity Beach Cairns Australia?
Trinity Beach is a pretty northern beaches suburb of Cairns, on the east coast in the tropical far north Queensland coast of Australia. In this area lies the GREAT BARRIER REEF one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and the world heritage listed Daintree National Park. Look at these lovely photos of Trinity Beach. You will certainly not be short of things to do in Cairns. The Trinity Tropical Oasis Trinity Beach holiday house is centrally located for exploring the many scenic attractions and other tourist activities the Cairns region has to offer (eg. snorkelling and diving trips to see the reef, visit islands, Daintree National Park and Cape Tribulation, the long Skyrail through tropical jungle in the Tablelands [the breathtaking mountains behind Cairns], whitewater rafting through the jungle, 4WD drives to the tip of Cape York [top of Australia], trips to the desert/outback and Undara Lava Tubes, drive the scenic waterfall route, skydiving, sailing, fishing, golf, ATV’s, Aboriginal cultural park, etc, etc – there’s just a million and one things to do here!).