COMING SOON: Construction finishes on highly anticipated Kingston Park kiosk

Work has finally finished on the $1.4m Kingston Park Kiosk, with the new cafe set to open their doors very soon!

Construction of the new beachfront kiosk at Kingston Park has finally finished with the doors set to open in the coming weeks.

With unobstructed views of the ocean, the kiosk has been a long time coming for Seacliff and Kingston Park residents who have been craving a place to pop in with their friends after their early morning beach walk.

The modern structure, facing Brighton jetty will quickly become one of the most enviable and instragramable locations in Adelaide. Two sites within Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park have been removed to accommodate the new building and allow for a proper integration of the kiosk into the caravan park itself.

With the main works officially completed, the team behind The Seller Door and The Local Canteen will take over the space and are busy preparing to open the doors to their new cafe Nest.

When the Council put out a tender on the development, owner Tom Rodger jumped at the chance and began crafting a cafe perfectly suited to the location.

“The location is amazing. It’s literally five steps to the sand. These kind of opportunities don’t come up very often so we’re really excited about that,” he said.

“We’re going to focus on serving specialty coffee, quality food sourced from local suppliers and producers, and a selection of local wines. However, given the beachside location, we’re going to be including a lot of your classic beach kiosk offerings.”

The architecturally designed kiosk will be able to seat 40 guests comfortably indoors 42 outdoors, offering a delightful experience whether you choose to dine in or grab your order to go.

The Kingston Park locals will remember the old set up with Kingston Park Cafe Kiosk. It was the go-to for a summer afternoon paddle pop before Oceans Food Truck set up shop and serve the local community deliciously good seafood.

The project, which cost over an estimated $1.4m, was constructed by Largs North company BluBuilt Constructions.

“For years, the residents of Kingston Park have campaigned for a kiosk that will serve their local community,” Mayor Amanda Wilson said at the time of the kiosks announcement.

“And after years of consultation with Kaurna and the residents, plans have been approved for this permanent addition to the area.

“The views from this location are magnificent and this new building and kiosk are going to be a great asset to the area and to Holdfast Bay as a whole.”

Nest Kiosk
Where: 4A Burnham Rd, Kingston Park SA 5049
When: TBC!

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