Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park (formerly Brighton Caravan Park) has one of the most spectacular beachfront locations of any park we’ve stayed at in S.A. Located just south of the Seacliff SLSC and literally steps to the beach it’s the ideal spot for a family holiday without having to travel too far from home.

Swimming, sailing, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, diving, kayaking…… if you love the water, the ocean and the beach you’ll LOVE this park.

We recently stayed in one of their 2 Bedroom Seabreeze villas which are located in an elevated position at the back of the park with sunset views from your deck and close to all the park amenities including the brand new 9 hole mini golf course, playground, games room, kiosk and activities room where you’ll find FREE kids activities during the school holidays. The park also offers other 1 and 2 bedroom cabin options as well as a range of sites for camping and caravanning. It’s also pet friendly – so you can take the fur babies too!

It’s a very popular spot during summer and the school holidays and we loved watching our kids make new friends while cutting laps on the pedal karts! (many, many laps!) Bikes are available to hire (including one with a baby seat) or BYO to explore the Coast Park Path which is a great flat trail for riding, walking, scootering and is very pram friendly. There’s some great playgrounds within walking distance too. The recently upgraded Angas Neill Reserve, Bindarra Reserve are to the north and Bandon Reserve and Kingston Park Coastal Park to the south.

There’s also plenty of options to eat out with Seacliff SLSC right next door and plenty of cafes and restaurants in nearby Seacliff and Brighton. Oceans Food Truck is permanently located at the southern end of the park near the entrance. We didn’t get to try it this time but it comes on good authority that their calamari is some of the best you’ll find in S.A.

Find Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park at: 4 Burnham Road Kingston Park
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