Well established Brighton institutions provide opportunity for connecting with the community. The Royal Brighton Yacht Club is one such organisation and has been in operation for more than 140 years, enjoying a prestigious reputation promoting friendly competition and sailing excellence. The Yacht Club also boasts a renowned restaurant serving modern Australian cuisine. 


Known for years and confirmed over decades amongst loyal residents, Brighton’s livability as a suburb is second to none.



Brighton Grammar
Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre
Church Street

Renowned for an incredible array of cuisine as well as housing high end fashion boutiques, day spas and entertainment options, the convenience of Church Street is a significant drawcard as well as confirmation of a choice by lifelong residents to remain. 

Church Street
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Brighton Marina and the Bay trail provide easy access to Brighton’s famous outdoor lifestyle. With a breathtaking view of Port Phillip Bay, the distinctive art deco style building housing Middle Brighton Baths is a local favourite, serving as a pit stop for walkers and cyclists as well as occasions with family and friends.

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A collection of boutique high end fashion and beauty establishments along Church Street offer an extensive range of sought after brands, complemented by nearby Bay Street. 

An abundance of retail, dining and entertainment options confirms Brighton’s position as a suburb in high demand, Home to local favourites Half Moon, Hellenic Republic and Brighton Schoolhouse, Brighton has long been renowned for its excellent culinary scene.

Culture is covered too, with the iconic Dendy Cinemas on Church Street and the newly refurbished Brighton Library.

Exceptional education offerings include Brighton Grammar School, St Leonard’s College, Firbank Grammar School and Haileybury. Transport options abound with Middle Brighton railway station and connections to an excellent local bus network close by.