Woodingdean is an eastern suburb of the city of Brighton and Hove, separated from the main part of the city by downland and the Brighton Racecourse.

The place takes its name from a former farm at the southern end of the modern suburb, whose main claims to fame are to have been owned by the comedian Max Miller. The site of the main house is now Ovingdean Close, Ovingdean, and converted farm buildings remain in Ovingdean Road.