Elliptical sections often become favourable choices of architects in designing structures. They can be used as critical load-bearing columns. Similar to concrete-filled tubular columns, void-filling elliptical sections will produce increased strength, stiffness and energy absorption. Recently SCC (Self Compacting or Consolidating Concrete) has become popular. Apart from reliability and constructability, advantages of SCC include elimination of noise level in processing plants, the reduction in construction time and labour cost. This paper presents an experimental investigation on the behaviour of elliptical sections filled with SCC. A series of stub column tests were conducted. Theoretical models are developed to predict the section capacity of such innovative composite sections.