Bramston Beach is a small coastal settlement in the southern end of the Cairns Local Government Area, approximately 15-20 kilometres away from Babinda and Miriwinni. Bramston Beach is about 1hour15mins drive south of Cairns CBD.
The population of Bramston Beach is typical of a small coastal settlement of 260 people. Bramston Beach is somewhat of a 'retirement village' with a much older population, who are predominantly Anglo-Australian 'empty nesters' on fixed incomes.
There are no medical facilities at Bramston Beach. The closest facilities are at Innisfail, about 30mins drive south.
There are few general facilities other than grocery stores etc at Bramston Beach. Most major facilities are at Innisfail and Babinda, about 20-30mins drive north or south. There are some parks and a boat ramp. The nearest library is at Babinda, about 20mins drive away.
There are no supermarkets or major shops at Bramston Beach. There is a combined café and store and a petrol station nearby. The closest major shops are available at Babinda and Innisfail, about 20-30mins drive away.
There is no child care at Bramston Beach. Innisfail and Babinda offer the closest child care in the area.
There are no schools in Bramston Beach. There is a primary school at Flying Fish Point, about 20mins drive north. Babinda and Innisfail offer both private and public schools.
Bramston Beach does not have any public transport.
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