Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park
Adelaide Caravan Park offering beachfront sites and accommodation
Set right on the beach in Kingston Park (Tulukutangga) overlooking the crystal waters of Gulf St Vincent, you can enjoy spectacular views, comfort and cleanliness. Our Adelaide caravan park offers a central location 17 kms to Adelaide CBD or 10 minutes to Glenelg.
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Comfortable, spacious cabins and villas for families, groups and solo travellers. Most with ocean views in our enviable beachside location.
Choose from beachfront powered sites, premium sites, grassed and slab sites for your caravan, motorhome, RV, camper trailer or tent.
We have everything you need right here. Clean amenities, modern BBQ areas, camp kitchen, brand new 9 hole mini golf, games room, playground, laundry, free wifi, and more.
Adelaide Beachfront Caravan Park, South Australia
Discover our family friendly beachfront caravan park in Adelaide with everything you need for an unforgettable holiday. We cater to travellers who value comfort, cleanliness and value for money, in a sparkling beachside location yet close to the action of Adelaide city. Your options for holiday and caravan park accommodation include cabins, caravan and tent sites to suit families, couples, groups and independent travellers.
Adelaide Holiday Accommodation
Choose from a range of fully equipped, self-contained cabin accommodation, some with direct ocean views and spa bath. If caravanning or camping is your thing, we’re sure to have the perfect powered site or camping site to suit. Make use of our facilities including fully equipped camp kitchen, modern BBQ areas, free wifi, clean amenity blocks and special access bathroom. Enjoy the ocean breezes and beautiful sunsets. Pet friendly accommodation is also available.
Visit Kingston Park, Gulf St Vincent, Glenelg and Surrounds
Explore the many coastal reserve trails surrounding our property and take in the sights and the rich history of this area, like the Tjilbruke Monument & Lookout which marks the beginning of the Dreamtime Trail. Take the coastal walking track to historic Glenelg, the birthplace of South Australia, for a spot of shopping or visit the Seacliff Surf Club or Seacliff Beach Hotel for a delicious meal. Brighton Jetty is an easy two kilometre stroll away.
The beach to the north of our park is sandy while the beach to the south is rocky and ideal for fishing and snorkelling. Your kids will love spending hours playing amongst the many rock pools. Fishing catches include whiting, garfish, tommy ruffs, mullet and flathead. Raking for blue crabs is a popular pastime in summer. Contact us with any questions or book your holiday online. We look forward to welcoming you!
Do you allow dogs?
Looking for a pet friendly caravan park in Adelaide? We love fur-babies and we allow small dogs and pets to stay subject to our terms and conditions.
Pet Friendly stays are available if you’re in your own caravan or tent or our converted Budget and Seaside Cabins.
Pets are welcome all year round commencing from February 2021. Approval is at the Manager’s discretion and must be sought at the time of booking. More information here.
How far is Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park from Adelaide CBD?
The distance between Adelaide and Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park is 18 km, and takes 25 minutes to drive (longer in peak traffic)
The Seacliff train line is only a 15 minute walk away and takes you straight to the CBD.
How far is it to walk to the beach?
Brighton Beach Holiday Park is located right on the beach.
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“Marni naa putni Kaurna
“Welcome to Kaurna country!”
Some 200 years ago, this is how you would have been greeted by the locals.
We would like to acknowledge the Kaurna People (Kaurna is pronounced Garna) as the traditional owners and custodians of the land that the caravan park sits on. We respect their spiritual relationship with country that has developed over thousands of years, and the cultural heritage and beliefs that remain important to the Kaurna People today.
The placename/suburb for Kingston Park in Kaurna language is Tulukutatangga.