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Brighton Caravan Park and Holiday Village, Adelaide

Our beautiful caravan park is only 17 kilometres from the city of Adelaide and is ideally situated in an amphitheatre setting overlooking the crystal waters of Gulf St Vincent. To the rear of the park is a sloping hill face where guests can walk the many trails and admire the abundance of native flora and fauna.

To the front there is direct access to the sandy beach that stretches north past the yacht club and lifesavers to historic Glenelg, the birthplace of South Australia. Brighton Jetty is an easy two kilometre stroll.

The beach to the south is rocky and ideal for fishing and snorkelling or children can spend hours playing amongst the many rock pools where they will find a range of crustaceans and small fish. Fish catches include whiting, gar, tommies, mullet and flathead. Raking for blue crabs is a popular pastime in the summer months.

South of the park is the ‘Tjilbruke Monument’ that marks the beginning of the Dreamtime Trail where the more adventurous can walk the board-walk that extends above the rugged cliff top. It is about a five kilometre walk to Hallett Cove. Occasionally seals can be seen basking on the rocks.

Public transport, shopping centres, hotels and wineries and the popular tourist areas of Glenelg, Victor Harbor and Goolwa are all located within a short distance.

Accommodation Options

Spa Deluxe

One queen size bed, one double bed, one single, one divan.

Executive Villa

One double bed and two double bunk beds.

Budget Cabin

One double bed and two double bunk beds.


One double bed and one double bunk bed.

Standard Cabin

One double bed and one triple bunk bed.



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  • Food and Wine

Popular Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing

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