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East Trinity in the foreground with Trinity Inlet beyond and Cairns suburbs through to Mount Sheridan, 2013
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East Trinity is a coastal locality in the Cairns Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, East Trinity had a population of 212 people. The town of Giangurra is on the western coast of the locality ( ).
The locality of East Trinity has the locality of Glen Boughton enclosed within it.
The northern boundary of East Trinity is the Coral Sea. The western boundary is Trinity Inlet. The south-western boundary is Pine Creek. The eastern boundary is the mountain ridge containing Mount Yarrabah, Mount Murray Prior, Mount Gorton and May Peak.
A satellite city urban development and construction of a bridge/tunnel linking Cairns City to East Trinity have been suggested in the past. As well as eco-tourism proposals. Parts of the land, water and environment in and around East Trinity have been subject to acid sulfate soil oxidisation. Acid sulfate soil remediation had been implemented to fix the impacts of soil oxidisation to the land, water and environment in East Trinity.
East Trinity is situated in the Yidinji traditional Aboriginal country.
Prior to 2002, the locality was known as Trinity East.
In the 2011 census, East Trinity had a population of 111 people.
East Trinity has the following heritage listings:
- Bessie Point, off Pine Creek-Yarrabah Road: Hydrographic Survey Bench Mark
- Yarrabah Road: False Cape Battery
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