Welcome to the Town of Centreville-Wareham-Trinity (Town of CWT) located 48 kms from the Trans Canada Highway along route 320, The Road to the Shore in the Indian Bay region.
In 1992, the towns of Centreville, Wareham and Trinity amalgamated to one municipality. Today, Municipal Council is referred to as the Town of Centreville-Wareham-Trinity. The latest census of 2011 places our population at 1161.
Our community is rich in heritage with many of our past industries associated with the fishing and forestry highlighted at our Resettler’s Museum. This facility reflects the history of our community as people resettled here from many island fishing villages off our coastline.
Our Town has a vibrant “small business sector” and many politicians and bureaucrats alike refer to our community as the Entrepreneurial Capital of Newfoundland & Labrador. We are fortunate to be home to many successful small business operations from the manufacturing, food processing, retail sector and service industry.
Located in the well-known recreational fishing of Indian Bay region of Bonavista North makes us a favorite tourist destination year round. We fondly boast of the fabulous fishing in our many ponds and rivers as well as the vast wilderness playground that is available to outdoor enthusiasts. Come visit us and enjoy the natural wilderness opportunities for seasonal fishing, hunting, snowmobiling and other available year round activities.
The many volunteer groups in our community arrange and conduct annual events such as Winter Carnival, Canada Day celebrations, etc. We would like to extend an invitation to you, your family and friends to visit our town and enjoy our hospitality.
If you need further information or assistance please browse our website or contact our staff at Town Hall.