What's in our Big Backyard?

There is so much to see and do at Mt Eba Station!
Explore our unique outback setting or embrace the authentic station life and take part in some of the day to day activities.

Make Mt Eba Station your half way stop to Alice Springs and the ever-growing Finke Desert Race. Continue your trip through the outback to Oodnadatta, Strezelecki, Birdsville and Googs tracks.
Revel in the history of Coober Pedy and the stunning sunsets at the Breakaways.

Station Water Runs

See the sheep, cattle and the Australian icons of wildlife in Kangaroos, emus and birds in their natural habitat as you embark on one of our water runs.

Embark on our daily water runs across the station
Experience cattle work as part of Mt Eba's working station
See the sheep at Mt Eba Station
Be a part of the day to day station life

Sunsets at Mt Paisley

Enjoy the opens skies of stars & satellites, a 5 billion star rating making Astrophotography a photographers delight.

Take in the stars above Mt Eba at night

Walk through the break-a-ways

Enjoy the bird life and take in the natural flora of the wild flowers and fauna that the station offers.
With an average rainfall of just 160mls it is an arid environment that flourishes when we have significant rain events.

Enjoy the native animals that roam Mt Eba Station
Enjoy the bird life at Mt Eba Station
Take in the native animals roaming the station
The arid environment at Mt Eba flourishes after a rain event

Scenic Flights

Experience the pristine acclaimed Painted Hills area by air through Wright Air—William Creek, departing Mount Eba.

Take a flight tour over Mt Eba and the surrounding outback landscape
The Painted Hills
Mt Eba Station from the air
Mt Eba Station sheep yarding


We have 4WD access to the famous dog fence and the Nationally acclaimed Painted Hills area.

There are excellent basic 4WD tracks for exploration and adventure throughout the station.

Plenty of 4-wheel-driving tracks around Mt Eba Station

Historical Sites

Take a look at our historical 2km Airstrip, used by TAA & in WW2 and still in operation today for small and large air craft’s & RFDS.

Visit the air raid shelter and our historical cemetery.

Visit our air raid shelter on Mt Eba Station
Visit our air raid shelter on Mt Eba Station
Explore the Mt Eba working shearing sheds
Explore the Mt Eba working shearing sheds