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Trinity Beach Palace

Thursday, November 30, 2006

Trinity Beach is palm-fringed and its temperate ocean waters mean great swimming year round. It is in a protected cove between World Heritage rainforests and coral reefs. Its village has restaurants, casual eateries, shopping complex, parks and gardens, but is more laid back than Cairns.

Trinity Beach Palace has luxury accommodation for holidays, executive retreats, weddings and other special events. The only guests you will meet are those you invite. The rate you pay includes the entire estate on an exclusive basis.

It has been set up so you choose as much or as little service as you desire, from full service, including concierge and personal chef, to no on-site staff at all. Once you enter the imposing gates, you know you are somewhere special.

Over a hectare of tropical landscaped grounds provides colour and perfume all year, natural rock cascades, palm trees and expansive lawns. It also has 130 metres of beach frontage with private access.

It sleeps up to six couples in luxury and style, connected by expansive living and entertainment areas.

Each room is beautifully decorated with rich English velvet, silk and screen-printed fabrics with gold woven coverings. Furniture is a combination of regal classic-chic arm chairs and settees and soft leather and velvet couches. Hand-made rugs with modern tribal designs complete the picture.

Bedrooms are named Her Majesty's, Rocco, African, Golf, Remy's Chambers and Vintage affair. HM has an oversize super king bed and the rest have regular king beds. Remy's Chambers can be reconfigured to twin singles. All have ensuite facilities.

Enjoy the 50-square-metre natural ozone pool which is climate controlled. It has an African-style bathhouse at one end and there are plenty of sun and shade areas, outdoor furniture, hammocks, day beds and recliners. There is also an undercover barbecue and meditation hut with double hammock.

The Safari Room is the Palace Den, perfect for enjoying a quiet drink before and after dinner. The main television area has a 42" plasma, cable television, Bose surround sound, a selection of games and a DVD player with a good choice of titles.

The 750-square-metre lawn has a selection of games equipment — volleyball, softball, cricket and football.

Location

Twenty minutes north of Cairns.

Cost

Trinity Beach Palace is $2250 a night.

Virgin Blue has flights to Cairns

One-way fare from;
  • Brisbane, $129
  • Sydney, $159
  • Melbourne, $169
  • Adelaide, $199
  • Darwin, $275
  • Perth, $325

There are limited seats which may not be available at peak times or on all flights. Fares are Internet-only and one-way. An extra $15 will be charged for phone bookings. A credit card surcharge of an additional $2 per person per one way flight is applicable. Fares are correct at November 30, 2006 and are subject to change.

More information

Trinity Beach Palace
Post Office Box 419,
Trinity Beach Qld 4879
Ph: (07) 4059 1857
Fax: (07) 4059 2807
Website: www.trinitybeachpalace.com
Email: inquiries@trinitybeachpalace.com

Virgin Blue
Ph: 13 6789
Website: www.virginblue.com.au

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