Accommodation Tumby Bay
Getting the absolute best from your Eyre Peninsula holiday begins with a stay at Modra’s Apartments.
Set in 2½ acres of exquisite gardens, our 16 apartments each speak of our dedication to providing our guests with the highest standard of service and surroundings. We have the highest rated accommodation in Tumby Bay.
Each apartment is meticulously clean, and generously appointed with everything you may require, from scissors to large screen LCD television, egg beater to air con. There’s a washing machine, dryer……
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Our Apartments. Perfect for your relaxing stay at Tumby Bay!
Modra’s Apartments is a great place to base yourself for your fishing expeditions.
With boat parking space next to each apartment, the best public fish cleaning table in Australia…
- Sir Joseph Banks Group of Islands
- Top class fish cleaning facilities
- Easy access to boat ramp
- Deep freezer onsite
- Marina Berth for hire
Modra’s Apartments has a dedicated apartment that has been renovated to suit a variety of disabilities, in particular people who need a full time carer or are in a wheel chair. Both Paraplegic and Quadriplegic.
- Wide entrance and bathroom door access
- Private Carers bedroom
- Large renovated bathroom
- Large spacious apartment with easy access
- Low height bench tops and placement of kitchen equipment
RV Friendly Parking
Modra’s Apartments is an approved RV friendly location under the CMCA RV scheme.
With large spaces for caravans and 5th Wheelers to park amongst the gardens it is a truly quiet and peaceful place to set up camp.
- Powered and Non Powered sites
- $20 includes power and water
- $10 if just need a place to park
- Free gas BBQ and Rain water
- 5 star excellence rating on WikiCamps App
- Shaded area with Lawn and outdoor seatin
More information about Modra’s Apartments and Tumby Bay
February 8, 2013
Just right at the end of Tumby Bay main street sparkles the ocean. Flowing into the Bay, it has defined the history, and flavours the present of this uniquely beautiful township. It brought the first settlers keen to take advantage of the farming potentials, and it continues to attract people here
December 26, 2012
Norm and Jenny Modra had a change of lifestyle in 1984, moving from farming life in central Eyre Peninsula to a new business venture at Tumby Bay. With their young family of three children under 10, it was a fantastic decision to move to Tumby Bay and raise their children in the safe and friendly community.
December 5, 2012
The South Australian Tourism Awards are presented by the South Australian Tourism Industry Council and proudly supported by the South Australian Tourism Commission.Now in their 31st year the Awards celebrate and acknowledge tourism businesses that have demonstrated outstanding achievement and success throughout the year.