Brighton Jetty

Landmarks and Buildings

The first Brighton Jetty was built in 1886 and weathered the sea and storms for over 100 years. The Brighton jetty was badly damaged by winter storms in the 1994. The jetty was rebuilt using funds supplied by a mobile phone (cell phone) service provider, hence the tower on the end of the jetty.

At the shore end of the jetty is a War Memorial arch. Here, traditional Dawn Services are held annually on Anzac Day to commemorate fallen service men and women.

Brighton Beach is family friendly with plenty to do, see, eat and walk! The whole family will love this beach which has a long jetty over a big sandy beach that’s patrolled by the Brighton Surf Lifesaving Club.


Carpark Disabled access available Picnic Area Public Toilet


Free Entry

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