Trinity Park

The 2011 population for Trinity Park is 2,456, with a population density of 8.23 persons per hectare. Trinity Park is bounded by the Coral Sea in the north, the Moon River in the east, the suburb of Yorkeys Knob, a line running continuous of O’Brien Road, O'Brien Road and the Captain Cook Highway in the south, and the suburb of Trinity Beach, Reed Road and a line running continuous of Reed Road in the west.

Trinity Park is named after nearby Trinity Bay, which was named by Captain Cook on Trinity Sunday in 1770.

Settlement of the area dates from the late 1800s, with land used mainly for farming and sugar cane growing. Significant development occurred during the 1980s. The population declined slightly during the 1990s and then was relatively stable between 2001 and 2006. Rapid growth took place between 2006 and 2011, with the population more than doubling as large numbers of new dwellings were added to the area.

Trinity Park is a residential and tourist area, with undeveloped areas in the south, and conservation areas in the east. Major features of the area include Bataan Street Park, Centaur Memorial Park, George Fuller Park, Krait Reserve, Reed Reserve, Bluewater Marina, Trinity Park Beach, East Trinity Wetlands and one school.

"Trinity Park- great place to call home"I’ve lived in Trinity Park for six months now and love this suburb. Just bought a boat to make good use of the boat ramp 500m down the road - the lifestyle here in world class!!!"Trinity Park rates highly in overall living and will only get better with age!"

Trinity Park offers an amazing diversity of residential development ranging from luxury waterfront homes at the world class Bluewater harbour estate right through to your standard 3-4 bedroom family homes on larger blocks. The mix of people is fantastic and highly regarded with a wonderful balance communal harmony many other suburbs wish for.