Murray Judge has been at Amaroo for four years. His previous experience was as an educator.
His philosphy is about making Amaroo a "home away from home", and the Amaroo team back him up in delivering this vision.
Murray originally comes from Brisbane, but has spent time in a lot of places all over Queensland. Murray was a school principal and management consultant before he undertook the joys of property management. His wife is Kay. She is a Healing Touch practitioner. Murray also has 2 beautiful daughters, both of whom live in Brisbane. Murray loves his job and likes to be in control of every detail making sure your stay is memorable and loves meeting new people. People come from all over the world to stay at Amaroo at Trinity, Murray and staff have meet some truly amazing and interesting people. The staff at Amaroo at Trinity strive to give you an accommodation experience that you will remember.
Amaroo's front desk is graced by Cliff Waite.
Cliff is a local of many years standing. He knows the favourite spots and all the right people.
Always smiling and obliging.
Our grounds are well attended by Dave. He likes a chat and is full of "Trinity Beach" stories.
The Cairns region has a fabulous tropical climate ideal for outdoor enjoyment. Cairns has a winter period of balmy temperatures and low rainfall and a summer period of warm temperatures with increased rainfall. During the “wet” season, we get intermittent periods of tropical rain and sun. But its always warm enough to swim, snorkel on the reef or just enjoy the open spaces. The average annual maximum temperatures are 31.4 degrees celsius and an average minimum of 17.0 degrees celsius.
Where is Trinity Beach?
Trinity Beach is located 1720 km north of Brisbane and 21 km north of Cairns and as such is a gateway to the beautiful Daintree and Barrier Reef.
Trinity Beach is the location for anyone seeking to explore the natural wonders of Tropical North Queensland, providing the ideal starting point for trips to the Barrier Reef, Cape Tribulation, the Atherton Tableland, Port Douglas and many other exotic destinations.
Other approximate driving distances to Trinity Beach from major Australian cities include, 2430km from Sydney and 2950 km from Melbourne with Townsville located approximately 360 km to the south.