Our apartments are located in the town centre, near the Elliston Hotel, Bakery, Supermarket, Waterloo Bay Cafe, Visitor Infomation Centre and fabulous playground with its iconic rocking tugboat, skatepark and sculpture.
Walking tracks take you past the Community Hall with its wonderful murals depicting life in a different era, through the wetland with its diverse species of plants and birds and on to the historic 'New Jetty' built in 1900. The round trip will bring you back to the Elliston Apartments via the Town Beach.


Units and Cabins

Apartments have all you need to make your stay a comfortable and enjoyable one.

Each self-contained apartment has:

  • A Queen Bed and two singles
  • A flat screen digital TV through VAST which offers ABC & SBS across all states of Australia; also Southern Cross TV, Central 7 and other digital channels
  • A fully equipped kitchen with full-sized stove, electric frypan, microwave and fridge
  • An overhead fan
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning
  • A bathroom
  • A laundry with an automatic washing machine and laundry tub (and some soap powder supplied)
  • All linen and towels supplied
  • Carpeted sleeping areas
  • Flow through natural ventilation - doors back and front, windows that open
  • Verandah with an outdoor setting
  • Parking
  • Non-smoking


Site Facilities:

  • An excellent enclosed fish cleaning hut is provided for you on site.
  • Off street parking for boats and wash down facilities are available.
  • Gas BBQ - A great way to enjoy your catch!
  • Several outdoor settings
  • Extensive lawns and attractive garden beds to help you relax
  • Shared rotary clothesline for hanging out clothes.


  • Fax machine
  • Card and board games
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Child’s cot with blanket and sheets
  • Continental breakfast available ($15 per person)

When you've made yourself at home in the unit apartment, why not take in the sunset from the cliffs at Little Bay or the Little Bay Clifftop Drive Lookout? The two clifftop drives are well worth the effort, with great views of the cliffs, The Bar, Bird Rock, the Top Gallant Isles, Flinders Island and Waldergrave Island. Some days you can even see Pearson Island in the distance. See the wonderful sculpture from our local and commissioned artists. Siv Grava, John Turpie and Silvio Apponyi are well represented. Dave Beaty's whale tail made out of brush in the town centre is constantly being photographed. His brush dolphins are at the entrance to the new housing development at Waterloo Bay Heights. More artwork is at the playground.

See our 'Attractions' page for more information on things to do and see in and around Elliston.

Accommodation Prices

Rates start from only $120/night

Apartment Units
$120 per night for two people ($100 pensioner rate) + free continental breakfast for 2

Cabin Apartments
$120 per night for two people ($100 pensioner rate) + free continental breakfast for 2

PLUS: the longer you stay the cheaper it gets - conditions apply

Please call us on 08 8687 9028 with any questions you might have, or use our contact form.

Wondering what to do in Elliston?

Staying just a short time in Elliston makes it hard to see everything that the Eyre Peninsula and the Great Australian Bight have to offer. Stay a while longer to see and do some of our favourite things which include:

Enjoy the scenery with a scenic walk

Walk along Beach Terrace, see the Silvio Apponyi squid sculpture, the historic 420metre long jetty (built in 1900) via the Town Beach and return via the walking track, the walking trail loop that takes in Boords Beach, Wellington Point and Little Bay, coming back via the Esplanade or the track around the golf course.

Take a drive

Little Bay and the Little Bay Clifftop Lookout, Bird Rock, Points Wellington and Wellesley, Anxious Bay Clifftop Drive, sculptures including Romy’s ‘Thongz’ and Siv Grava’s ‘Mara’ and look for dolphins and sealions that like to play in Waterloo Bay.

Taking it easy

Sit in the sun on the verandah and read the morning paper with a coffee from the Bakery and a freshly made bun or cake, have a round of golf, visit the Elliston Information Centre with great local produce and craft items, the Op Shop and tourist information, check out the stunning murals on the Community Hall and other buildings around the town, and children of all ages will enjoy the playground.

Hitting the water

Try surf fishing at Locks Well, Sheringa, Talia or Mt Camel. From June to August you can take part in the annual Australian Salmon Fishing Championship,  or just on dark try fishing for Tommie Ruffs (Australian Herring) from the famous Elliston jetty, and try for squid and other fish in the morning or during the day.