Trinity Plains Tourist Park (Kui Parks)

Caravan Park

4.5 from 54 users

Contact

Tinaroo Creek Rd, Mareeba, Queensland

1300 221 888

enquiries@trinityplains.com.au

trinityplains.com.au

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Description

Trinity Plains Tourist Park is located at 186 Tinaroo Creek Road, Mareeba QLD 4880 on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland Australia. This brand new family owned and operated park is now open. We cater for Caravans, motor homes and tents with plenty of powered and un-powered grassed sites close to Mareeba. Pets are welcome.

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Location

Lat: -17.013747 Lng: 145.46386

User Reviews

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User 2604661

Only stayed one night but 5 stars from us ! Beautiful location , clean efficient amenities local eggs short drive to Mareeba. . Added bonus off leash dog park.

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Larriece

What a great park, we arrived here originally for 5nights have ended up staying over 2 weeks, the sites a lovely green grass will plenty of space, quite a few drive through spots which we had, the amenities a kept extremely clean, Karen, hubby and son are great and are always willing help, you can also get fresh eggs when available , the park is only 5mins into the Town Center and handy to Kuranda, Atherton Tablelands ( if you like cheese call into Gallo's yummy), your about 1hrs drive to Cairns, Mossman & Port Douglas. I'm sure you won't be disappointed staying here and @ $35per night P&W you can also wash your car/caravan. 10 out of 10 for this one.

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snorks101

Stayed here before and after our cape york trip, lovely big grassy area, good amenities toilet shower, kitchen we didnt use but could do with a bit of upgrade, we had powered and drinking water connected for 35 a night, stay longer and u get a discount, owners lovely, also allowed us to go to their orchard nearby for a walk and to pick up some fruit warm during the day cool at night ,saw some hot air balloons early morning up in the sky , not far from the town, we were based here to explore Kuranda, Port Douglas, Mossman, Palm Cove, Cairns and Atherton. U can also use their tap to wash your car or caravan. We had a nice stay here and highly recommend.

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Travellinglyfe

Lovely big sites but couldn't stay here as a very grumpy grey nomad had issues with kids playing. Owners were very accommodating but not a place for travelling families.

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Pkfrazer

Just had 3 weeks at trinity Plains only planned 1 week but just enjoyed the peace and quiet of the place tranquil setting with the most congenial staff thank you we thoughly enjoyed our stay and should we frequent Mareeba again our choice of a place to say will be very easy

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Rnrphantom

A very nice quiet park close enough to town but far enough away as well. Camp kitchen and amenities could do with a spruce up but worked and functioned well. Would stay again.

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MrJesse

We didn't end up staying here so can't comment on the standard of the park. When going to pay I was a little surprised that our 1 year old was going to be charged for, which I haven't had in 3 months of travel so far (maybe I've just been lucky??). The justification was that babies are noisy and make lots of rubbish, so we decided to head elsewhere with our loud rubbish making 1 year old in protest. I'm sure they didn't miss us!!

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Kim & Phil

This is a great place. Pity there is people who just likes to complain about any thing, my missus had the tv on and some dickhead came and complained, shit i sleep in the van next to the van sometimes to her some space and i don't hear a thing, but great park

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Kerry Lewis

This is one of the nicest caravan parks we have visited in the last 7 weeks. The hostess, Karen was an absolute delight and went out of her way to assist us. The park is kept very clean and GREEN ! Lovely green lawns with gardens and heaps of birds to entertain us. Not too far out of town.

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Time traveling

This is a treasure of a little park, the owners are so helpful offering to park your van!! Stay for 5 nights due to lockdown in Cairns, very quite and only a short drive to Mareeba.

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