View Elliston’s stunning coastline via the Great Ocean Drive

Easter Island-like heads, along Clifftop Drive. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.

Hey there, friend!

In this journal entry, I’ll be sharing some of the fun things you can see and do while staying in the wonderful coastal country town of Elliston, in the beautiful Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. It’s a wonderful holiday destination with a great town beach, and memorable touristy attractions!

Explore Elliston in the Eyre Peninsula with me

We stayed in Elliston for a month, which might sound crazy since the town itself is tiny, but we thoroughly enjoyed slowing down. Just like our time in Marion Bay, we only had a few jam-packed weekends and went to the beach for daily evening walks. It was a very restorative and calming time. 

It’s a lovely part of the Eyre Peninsula, and you might be surprised with the amount of fun things you can get up to in the area. You definitely don’t need a month to see everything; 2-4 days would be enough time to explore the township (minus Venus Bay). However, if you want to take your time and chill out at the lovely beaches, you could easily spend a week or more. 

If you’re interested in reading about the delightful town of Elliston, please read on. I hope you enjoy it!

Town beach. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Beach at Waterloo Bay

Quick roundup of fun things to do in Elliston

  • Explore the area’s stunning coastline through the Great Ocean Drive 
  • Walk by the ocean along the Elliston Coastal Trail
  • Take a refreshing swim at either Waterloo Bay or Anxious Bay
  • Treat yourself to some freshly made bread from Colton Bakehouse
  • Take a day trip out to Venus Bay and stop by Talia Caves.
Sheryl and Charlie walking along Little Bay Trail. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Walking Little Bay Trail (a section of the Elliston Coastal Trail)

Where is Elliston & how to get there 

Elliston is a laid-back, tiny coastal town on the western side of the Eyre Peninsula, close to Venus Bay and Streaky Bay. It’s located 645 kilometres west of Adelaide, nearly a 7-hour drive.

If that sounds way too long, you could reduce travel time by flying with Qantas or Rex to Port Lincoln, the closest regional airport, it takes just under an hour. From Port Lincoln, you can easily hire a car and drive to Elliston, roughly 168 kilometres north, just under a 2-hour drive.

Clifftop view of Little Bay and coastline. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Clifftop view of Little Bay and surrounding coastline

Eyre Peninsula Map

If you’re planning a trip to the Eyre Peninsula, we visited quite a few attractions, eats & drinks in the region with a lot being dog-friendly! Here’s a map of the locations, you can also find more information via the Eyre Peninsula journal entries, here.

About Elliston in South Australia

I think Elliston is a lovely beachside location, although its size might be a con for some. Elliston is a very small township. There’s literally only a handful of shops, but I feel like it covers the essentials. There’s a grocery store, bakery, pub (doubles as the bottle-o), pizza shop, pharmacy, and post office. Do you really need more than that?! 

A couple of touristy highlights in Elliston are the Great Ocean Drive / Elliston Coastal Trail, which showcases the region’s epic coastline of tall and rugged cliffs. The scenic views you get from the cliffs are nothing short of amazing. I highly recommend doing both.

Wellington Point. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
The narrow entrance to Waterloo Bay viewed from Wellington Point
Elliston History

In terms of history, according to an interpretive sign at the foreshore, early settlers were attracted to the area after it was opened up to farming in the 1800s. Due to the lack of proper roadways, sailing ships were predominantly used to transport goods, with Elliston being established as the region’s port. This continued until the road infrastructure of the area improved. 

Elliston is nestled on the shores of Waterloo Bay. The small inlet is great for swimming because the waters are fairly calm and shallow, protected by large reefs and rock formations at the entrance. However, going back to those port days, many ships found Waterloo Bay hard to navigate and were run aground or wrecked. 

Historical information at Wellington Point. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Wellington Point historical information

The best time to visit Elliston

I feel like I’ve been saying the same thing for every Eyre Peninsula township. In the summer months, you’ll have beautiful weather for spending time at the beach, swimming, fishing, enjoying the scenic clifftop drives, camping, and so much more. 

However, it’s worth noting this will be peak tourist season, and the population of Elliston can jump incredibly. It can get busy, and you may need to book your accommodation way in advance. During shoulder months like November and March, the weather can still be quite pleasant, and you’ll benefit from fewer crowds. 

We stayed in Elliston mid-November to early December (2023), and the weather was fairly hit-and-miss. Most of the Eyre Peninsula was! We had a few gorgeous sunny days mixed with rainy, windy, and cold days. As with the rest of the peninsula, it gets really windy towards the afternoons and evenings. 

Vintage surfer sculpture. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Sculpture near town playground

Where to stay in Elliston

Elliston Caravan Park

Elliston Dog-friendly Caravan Park

We chose this particular caravan park as we thought it would be less busy being slightly out of town, and would offer roomier sites. 

  • Website: ellistoncaravanpark.com.au
  • Length of our stay: 21 nights
  • Time of year: Mid November – early December 
  • Type of site: Powered grass site
  • Site number: No number
  • Cost per night and total: $724.50 total, $34.50/night. We booked online, no deposit was required. 
  • Grocery shopping: Friendly Grocer – this is actually a decent size for a small grocery store. It has a great range of commonly used vegetables, meats (most from Port Lincoln) and pantry goods. They replenish their stock on Mondays and Thursdays. 
  • Phone and internet reception: No issues with Telstra phones and Nighthawk wifi router.
Swimming pool with silos in the background at Elliston Caravan Park. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Swimming pool at Elliston Caravan Park
About Elliston Caravan Park
  • It’s a small to medium caravan park with large spacious grass sites. The grounds are nice and green, with plenty of trees and well kept gardens. It generally has a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. 
  • The caravan park is located just outside of town, so it’s a short 3-minute drive or a 25 to 30-minute walk to go in. There’s a walking path you can take, or you can walk along the beach, which is across the road. This is a dog-friendly, off-leash beach. 
  • You get to pick your own site. At check-in, we were told to have a wander around the park and set ourselves up on any site that was free. They don’t have a physical map to give you. We chose a site towards the back.
  • Most of the sites are generously spaced out. We certainly had plenty of room and could have our caravan, awning, and car side by side. The ground was also fairly level already. There’s plenty of sites for longer vehicles. 
  • Their shower and toilet facilities were all fine and kept clean. The caravan park had a well equipped large camp kitchen shed with heaps of seating. They even had arcade games there. Near the camp kitchen, they have a nice pool and also a bouncy pillow. Pity the weather was too cold for swimming the whole time. 
  • They are very dog-friendly. Most people that came through didn’t bother with a leash; even the staff had their dog running loose and free. 
  • You can give your car, caravan, or both a good wash while you’re here. We were told we could use the blue hose near us for washing. It’s bore water, but I don’t think SA bore water turns things orange unlike in Perth! 
  • The caravan park is next to silos so it’s not the most picturesque in some ways, you do hear some slight truck noises but nothing terrible. Our site backed onto some sort of recycling area for the caravan park, so we heard the occasional noise of bottles clinking. There are thick bushes lining the fence so you definitely don’t see anything. 
  • In the last couple of weeks we were there, it looked like a food joint was being set up at the caravan park called “Seafood & Salads”. However, from their Facebook page, it seems like they might only be available during holiday periods. 
Our site at Elliston Caravan Park. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Swimming pool at Elliston Caravan Park
Would we stay at Elliston Caravan Park again?

Yes, we would stay at this caravan park again, it had a nice relaxed vibe and never got busy. I loved that the grass sites were generous and the beach was only across the road. 

Camp Kitchen alfresco area at Elliston Caravan Park. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Camp Kitchen shed
Shower/toilet facilities at Elliston Caravan Park. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Toilets & Shower facilities
Seafood & Salads eatery at the Elliston Caravan Park (seasonal). Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Seafood & Salads eatery (seasonal)

Waterloo Bay Tourist Park

Elliston Dog-friendly Caravan Park

The Waterloo Bay Tourist Park is a great option for those looking for a shorter walk into the town centre. It’s also located near the foreshore and the side of the beach where the water is calmer for swimming. The caravan park didn’t seem super busy whenever we walked past it, and most reviews do say that their grass sites are pretty generous in size. 

Interesting choice of sculpture in the town centre

Where to eat & drink in Elliston

Skillo’s Wood Fired Pizzas (no longer open)

Elliston Dog-friendly Cafe & Takeaway

Shop Update

It seems that Skillo’s Wood Fired Pizzas are no longer open. When I checked their Google listing, it’s marked them as permanently closed, which is a shame because it was one of only a few options in the town centre.

We tried Skillo’s Wood Fired Pizzas one Friday night, it’s a pizza shop located in the centre of town. We ordered a few takeaway pizzas:

  • Prawn and garlic
  • Spanish: chorizo, olive, capsicum
  • Mexican: beef chilli con carne, capsicum.
Garlic prawn pizza from Skillo's Pizzas. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Prawn & garlic
Spanish pizza from Skillo's Pizzas. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Spanish

The flavours were great and each was distinctive. There was a fair amount of prawns on the prawn pizza. I liked their thick layer of cheese. Their bases were like pita bread, very flat and thin, and became a bit flopsy when we were eating it. Overall, I enjoyed their pizzas. 

I also got a small tub of banana ice-cream, and it seriously just tasted like blitzed frozen banana. I don’t think it was worth $5, unfortunately. 

Elliston Bakery

Elliston Dog-friendly Bakery  

This bakery is at the centre of town and you can’t miss it because it’s bright orange with blue trimming. We thought the pies here were decent, especially the chunky steak-style pies. I thought I took photos of the food, but I didn’t.

The Friendly Grocer and Bakery buildings in centre of town. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Elliston Bakery next to the Friendly Grocer in the centre of town

Elliston Hotel / Waterloo Bay Bistro 

Elliston Dog-friendly Pub 

Elliston Hotel is also centrally located in town and doubles as the bottle-o. The hotel has a pretty large alfresco area that’s all under cover, has plenty of seating, and is dog-friendly. 

Charlie at the Elliston pub. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Elliston Pub

They serve your classic pub fare like schnitzel, fish and steak, with chips and salad. They also offer a lot of fresh seafood caught locally. They had listed ‘prawn platter’ on their specials menu, which I thought was a salad, but it was just a small bowl of unshelled prawns with a seafood sauce. 

They were locally caught at nearby Venus Bay and tasted so fresh and juicy. I know the photos don’t do the prawns any justice, but they actually tasted far better than the prawns we had at Oyster HQ. It goes to show that sometimes the most humble of places can serve great food. 

Fresh Venus Bay prawns at Elliston pub. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Venus Bay prawns at Elliston Pub

Colton Bakehouse

Dogs best left in the car

Colton Bakehouse is a sweet little roadside stall located on the highway, just outside of Elliston in the small area of Colton. It’s about a 15-minute drive along the Flinders Highway, from the centre of town, heading towards Venus Bay. 

Everyone sings high praises for Colton Bakehouse and their delicious fresh bread loaves and sticky fruit buns, baked in a traditional wood-fired oven. We nabbed a couple bags of their sticky fruit buns, which were heaven, spread with a thick layer of butter. 

Colton Bakehouse, a roadside stall in Colton. Located near Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Colton Bakehouse near Elliston

There’s plenty of parking space in front. The cute little hut they’ve built has a glass display cabinet where they place all of their baked goods. You can simply help yourself and pay cash through their honesty box. 

We actually passed by on a Sunday but because the bakehouse had some leftover bread from the day before, they were open and selling it half price. They don’t normally open on a Sunday. Sometimes their opening hours change; I think it’s best to check out their Facebook page before you pop by. 

Sticky fruit buns from Colton Bakehouse, a roadside stall in Colton. Located near Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Sticky fruit buns from Colton Bakehouse

A little travel tip

It’s always a great idea to have some cash on hand while you’re travelling, for instances like:

  • roadside stalls 
  • small community markets 
  • dog-sitters 
  • laundry facilities at caravan parks.

Fun attractions in Elliston 

Great Ocean Drive 

Elliston Dog-friendly Scenic Drive

I think the “Anxious Bay Clifftop Drive & Little Bay Clifftop Drive (combined)”, “Elliston Coastal Trail”, and “Great Ocean Drive” are all referring to the same thing. This is a long linear trail that spans from Little Bay Surf Break in the south to Cape Finnis in the north. The trail stretches 13.6 kilometres, and you can either drive it or walk it. 

Waterloo Bay entrance, taken near Wellington Point. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
View along the Great Ocean Drive / Elliston Coastal Trail near Wellington Point and Little Bay
  • If you’re walking: most of the trail south has got a dedicated walking path, but from what we saw, it’s shared roadways once you turn onto Clifftop Drive from the highway and head north. It’s easy walking with most of the trail being flat, graded 2. 
  • If you’re driving: along the esplanade and highway it is all sealed. Clifftop Drive and Boords Beach Road, from memory, were gravel but very well compacted. 

We couldn’t have asked for more beautiful weather for a scenic drive; the sun was out, and the sky was blue. Bliss!

Charlie at Anxious Bay with cliffs in the background. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Charlie at Anxious Bay

Little Bay Clifftop Drive (lower section of Great Ocean Drive)

Elliston Dog-friendly Scenic Drive
Where to start

For this part of the Great Ocean Drive, we started from the Little Bay Surf Break car park, which had a shelter and the Recognition Sculpture.

Clifftop View near the Little Bay Surf Break car park. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Coastline views near the Little Bay Surf Break car park
See if you can spot

Just a little way away from the Little Bay Surf Break car park, along the walking trail and looking at the cove below, we saw some sketchy ladders and ropes making their way down from the top of the cliff to the bottom. What the?! I’m not exactly sure how tall the cliffs are, but you can see the houses and shelters above are pretty small in comparison.

The ladders and ropes we saw hanging off a tall cliff face. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Ladders and ropes people must have used to get down to the bottom!
Lookout Points 

There’s a couple of signposted lookout points with small parking spaces along the way. It’s worth stopping by Little Bay which has a pleasant little beach, and you can walk the top of the cliffs around it.

Little Bay. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Little Bay

Wellington Point is another great stop on the drive, or you could walk from Little Bay. You get some really epic views of the jagged cliffs and ocean, as well as the rocky and reefy entrance to Waterloo Bay. It’s understandable why so many ships were grounded, there’s a lot of obstacles! 

From there, you could stop at the pretty foreshore and town beach, plus the Waterloo Bay Lookout and Historic Jetty. I’ll share more about these in a later section, as we didn’t actually visit these during the drive.  

Driving the Full Scenic Drive

To do the rest of the Great Ocean Drive, you carry on to the Anxious Bay Clifftop Drive. Once you’re on the highway, you exit onto the appropriately named Clifftop Drive.

View of Clifftop Drive from Wellington Point. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Lookout near Wellington Point where you can see Clifftop Drive on the other side

Anxious Bay Clifftop Drive (upper section of the Great Ocean Drive)

Elliston Dog-friendly Scenic Drive

This part of the Great Ocean Drive was fun; not only do you get stunning coastal views from the cliff tops, but there’s sculptures to see along the way. 

Easter Island-like heads, along Clifftop Drive. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Easter Island-like Heads
Seahorse scultupre with Sheryl in the background. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Seahorse
Thongs sculpture, along Clifftop Drive. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Thongs
Wellesley Point view of Waterloo Bay. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
View of Waterloo Bay from Wellesley Point / Salmon Point
Lookout Points

Some of my fave stops were the area with:

  • The scraggly wood sculpture of eagles: We parked at the space at Salmon Point and walked over to Wellesley Point. This looked out towards Wellington Point on the other side, Waterloo Bay and the beach next to it. 
  • The Easter Island-like head statues: These were fun to pose with, plus the statues had an amazing background of the tall cliffs and ocean. 
  • The metal seahorse: This was a really lovely lookout point and offered fantastic views of Anxious Bay and the coastline around it. 
  • The thong sculpture: It’s not really a lookout point; it’s more of a drive-by situation. There’s not really a parking area; most just take a snap of the thong sculpture from their car.
Mara sculpture, along Clifftop Drive. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Mara (mother earth)
Charlie posing with lobster claws sculpture, along Clifftop Drive. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Lobter claws
Eagles sculpture, along Clifftop Drive. You can walk to Wellesley Point from here. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Eagles
Charlie and Shery at seahorse lookout area, along Clifftop Drive. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Lookout point near the seahorse sculpture with views to Anxious Bay

Anxious Bay

Elliston Dog-friendly Beach 

We finished off the drive at the picturesque Anxious Bay. We found there wasn’t much parking space at this beach, and it was full, so we had to park on the road. The colours of the ocean were gorgeous! It seemed like the ideal swimming beach because of its clear, shallow waters, with one end protected by cliffs. For the boaters out there, we walked away from the cliffs and came across a boat ramp. 

Beach at Anxious Bay. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Gorgeous water at Anxious Bay

Coastal Walking Trails

Elliston Coastal Trail 

Elliston Dog-friendly Walking Trail

As mentioned, you can walk the length of the Elliston Coastal Trail OR you can break it up and do some of the smaller suggested trails. For the trails that we walked, we found that there were trail markers along the way and a few interpretive signs.  

  • Clifftop Trail (along the north side towards Cape Finnis): I feel like most of this was along the road. It’s 6.5 kilometres one way and graded 2. 
  • Little Bay Trail: It’s 2.4 kilometres one way and graded 2. It goes from Wellington Point to Little Bay Surf Break, and is along a dedicated walking path. 
  • Beach Loop: The full length of the loop is 5.7 kilometres, and is along a mixture of walking path and beach. It’s graded 4, I think because it has a couple of inclines. 
Elliston Coastal Trail Map. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Elliston Coastal Trail Map

Little Bay Trail

Elliston Dog-friendly Walking Trail

We decided to walk the Little Bay Trail as this had a proper walking path from Little Bay Surf Break to Wellington Point. It’s an easy walk and from memory, there’s no major steep uphills or anything. You get some pretty stunning ocean and coastline views from the trail. The sights you can see during the walk are the same ones I’ve mentioned for the Little Bay Clifftop Drive.

Charlie posing near one of the sign posts along the Little Bay Trail. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Charlie posing with a sign along Little Bay Trail

Beach Loop

Elliston Dog-friendly Walking Trail

On separate occasions, we walked from the Elliston Caravan Park (along the corner of the Flinders Highway and Silo Road) into town via the walking path, as well as the beach. Personally, I preferred walking along the beach rather than the path next to the highway. Although, if you go along the path, you can visit the Waterloo Bay Lookout. I’ll talk more about this in the next section. 

We didn’t do the whole beach loop, but we walked along the “wild” side of the beach multiple times during our stay. I explain why it’s the “wild” side in a later section. To be honest, we didn’t notice any way of getting back up onto the road from the very end of that side to make it a loop. Although, interpretive maps can be a bit vague!

Jetty and bay views from the Waterloo Bay Lookout. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Jetty & bay views from the Waterloo Bay Lookout

Waterloo Bay

Elliston Foreshore

Elliston Dog-friendly foreshore

There’s a little bit of a grass area next to the beach. It’s pretty well equipped for BBQ-ing and large gatherings as there’s toilets, picnic shelters and BBQ facilities. Near the squid statue is a good spot for lovely scenic views of Waterloo Bay and the jetty. 

Charlie at the foreshore staring towards the town beach. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Beach entrance at the town foreshore

Town Beach

Elliston Dog-friendly beach

We walked this beautiful beach pretty much daily. It’s one of those beaches that has really compacted sand so it’s actually great to walk and run on without killing your calves. Dogs are allowed to roam off-leash, but of course, must be controllable. 

Charlie in shallow water at the town beach. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Dogs are allowed off-leash at Elliston town beach
“Wild” Beach Side 

The heritage-listed jetty divides the beach into two sides. I call the section furthest from town, the “wild” side. A lot less people walk this part of the beach, and it has way more seaweed, birdlife, sea creatures, and rock formations. We didn’t like Charlie being off-leash on this side because there were lots of bluebottles, pufferfish and other harmful creatures washed up on the beach. 

Charlie at the "wild" side of the beach. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
“Wild” side of the beach
Town/Foreshore Beach Side 

The beach closest to the town is great though; it’s far safer for dogs, and there were no harmful creatures washed up from what we experienced. The section of beach near the foreshore seems to have fairly shallow and calm waters, and is popular for swimming. There’s even a floating pontoon available. The jetty end has less seaweed, but the water is a lot less calm. 

There’s also Boord Beach, which is a tiny beach just before Wellington Point. We had a quick stroll and it was nice. 

Charlie posing in front of the pontoon at the town beach. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Pontoon for swimmers at the foreshore end

Waterloo Bay Lookout

Elliston Dog-friendly Scenic Lookout

The lookout is a short walk from the jetty car park. Please note that there is a bit of a steep but brief incline to get to it. I think it’s worth stopping by, especially if it’s a nice day, because it offers gorgeous views of Waterloo Bay. 

Town and bay views from the Waterloo Bay Lookout. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Town & bay views from the Waterloo Bay Lookout

Heritage-Listed Jetty

Elliston Dog-friendly jetty

There’s no end of heritage-listed jetties along the entire coastline of the Eyre Peninsula. The Elliston jetty is a pleasant place for a stroll when it’s not incredibly windy, and you’re surrounded by beautiful, calming scenery. It’s also a popular spot for fishing. 

Heritage-listed jetty. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Elliston Historic Jetty

Sea Caves

Elliston Dog-friendly attraction

Near the jetty, there’s some caves along the cliffs, which we’ve seen families use as shelters while spending time at the beach. It seemed very idyllic! 

Charlie at one of the sea caves. Located in Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Sea caves near the jetty

Venus Bay & Talia Caves

Eyre Peninsula dog-friendly travel

From Elliston, we did a day trip to Venus Bay and explored Talia Caves on the way back. I’ll be sharing what we got up to in a separate journal entry, please keep a lookout for it! 

Talia Caves. Located near Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
Sticky fruit buns from Colton Bakehouse

And that’s a wrap!

I hope you’ve enjoyed exploring the sweet coastal country town of Elliston through this journal entry, and it’s inspired you to consider it for your Eyre Peninsula travel itinerary. I highly recommend spending some time here, even if it’s only for a few days! 

Have you been to any of these places before? Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments or pop in any questions you might have; I’d love to hear from you. 

Safe travels and happy exploring! Thanks for joining me, hope to see you again!

Sheryl

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