Overlooking Gulf St Vincent, Adelaide
Kingston Park is a small beachside town overlooking Gulf St Vincent approximately 18km from Adelaide CBD. Once upon a time the Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park was known as Kingston Park Caravan Park.
Located in the City of Holdfast Bay, with Seacliff, Brighton and Glenelg to the north and Marino and Hallett Cove to the south, Kingston Park was name after the Kingston family, early landholders in this area. Before European settlement, the Kaurna people inhabited the land.
Offering a rich indigenous history, the Kingston Park coastal reserve surrounding Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park is home to the Tjilbruke Monument and lookout and marks the beginning of the Dreamtime Trail. Tjilbruke Spring is of great cultural importance to the Kaurna people. The reserve and cliff face is also home to many native animals, you might spot a blue-tongue lizard or echidna as well as indigenous plant species.
Kingston Historic House is another attraction in our local area and one of South Australia’s oldest remaining houses. Built in 1840 the house is located on a three acre reserve above our holiday park, with a magnificent view of the coastline.
If you’d like to explore the rich history of the Kingston Park area, our park would be the ideal place to stay with all of the attractions mentioned above located within walking distance. Contact us to find out more or book online.