Journey to

the centre of
South Australia

Welcome to Mt Eba Station

Located 700kms from Adelaide on the Stuart Highway, Mount Eba is the gateway to the geographical ‘Centre of South Australia’.  

Mt Eba is a working historical station that is rich in history and beauty. Currently running merino sheep and cattle, with an abundance of wildlife native to the area.

Owned by the Cousins and Whittlesea families since 2015 we are excited to offer tourists the opportunity to visit and enjoy this unique destination, situated in the South Australian outback and the geographical centre of SA.

It is perfectly located just off the Stuart’s Highway with 43km’s of excellent off road to the homestead where you can either camp, caravan or stay in one of our single A/C rooms.

This pastoral sheep/cattle station of 3370 square km’s (832,000 acres) is one of two places you can stay between Port Augusta and Coober Pedy.

Use Mount Eba as your base for an Outback Adventure in South Australia.

working station, merino sheep. Mt Eba Station


Accommodation  OPEN  May - September

Shearers Quarters, Mt Eba Station Accommodation


Mt Eba Station Camping Area - powered and unpowered sites available


Mt Eba Station, historical working station


Enjoy and participate in the ‘happenings’ of day to day life at Mount Eba by experiencing a water run to see the sheep, cattle and wildlife in their natural environments.

Check out the bird life and enjoy the flora and fauna that is on offer at the time.

Drive our basic 4WD tracks to the ‘Centre of South Australia’, sunsets at Paisley Hill and other places around the station.

If time permits experience a flight with Wright Air –William Creek through the pristine nationally acclaimed Painted Hills, see the dog fence and if you’re lucky find the rocket in the ground all of which is part of Mount Eba Station.


On returning, enjoy the sunsets that station life offers and mix with surrounding visitors and enjoy a sundowner at the homestead so we can hear of your day’s adventures and share ours.

Sit out under the stars at Mt Eba Station