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The Quorn Hotel

Room in boutique hotel hosted by Quron
16 guests9 bedrooms16 beds3.5 shared baths
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We offer comfortable & affordable hotel accommodation for singles, couples, and groups on their journey into the Flinders Ranges.

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The space
The Quorn Hotel has a rich history. An article dated Saturday 28 July 1883 in the South Australian Weekly Chronicle states the hotel was “duly opened during race week and was patronised by the Governor” Sir William Robinson.

The hotel is a proud supporter of several local community events.

In 2012, the hotel bar was used as a set to film part of the motion picture “Tracks”.

Guest access
Guests have access to common areas containing pool table, dart board, televisions, public sitting areas, dining room, and an outside barbecue and patio area.

Other things to note
Less than 2km from Quorn Medical Centre and Hospital, with Quorn Police Station right next door. Close to Post Office, banking facilities, news-agency, shopping facilities, chemist, restaurants and take-away, art galleries, public telephone and public barbecue area. The town is well-equipped with three churches, including Uniting, Presbytery and Catholic churches.

The Quorn Bowls Club, and Quorn Golf Course, are open to the public. Stop by, have a game, and mix with the locals.
We offer comfortable & affordable hotel accommodation for singles, couples, and groups on their journey into the Flinders Ranges.

View our video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCzNmkpenWA

The space
The Quorn Hotel has a rich history. An article dated Saturday 28 July 1883 in the South Australian Weekly Chronicle states the hotel was “duly opened during race week and was…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
1 queen bed
Bedroom 4
1 queen bed
Bedroom 5
1 queen bed
Bedroom 6
1 queen bed
Bedroom 7
1 queen bed
Bedroom 8
3 single beds
Bedroom 9
3 bunk beds

Amenities

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Dryer
Dedicated workspace
Iron
Hangers
Indoor fireplace
Essentials
Washer
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Location

Quorn, South Australia, Australia

Quorn is a township and railhead in the Flinders Ranges in the north of South Australia, 39 km northeast of Port Augusta.

A main attraction in Quorn is the Pichi Richi Railway. The Flinders Ranges Visitor Information Centre / Pichi Richi Railway in the Quorn railway station provide visitor information, bookings for the railway, accommodation, tours and souvenirs.

The town offers a number of restaurants, bistro, brewerys and cafes to suit your dining needs. The Quorn Swimming Pool is open from 9 November 2018 and closes mid March 2019, and the Community Library is open year round.

The Gateway to The Flinders Ranges, Quorn is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, national parks, wildflowers and native wildlife.

The Heysen Trail meanders through the rugged Mount Remarkable National Park and past the spectacular Alligator Gorge. This park is close to Hancocks Lookout, which has panoramic views of Spencer Gulf.
Further south, the Telowie Gorge National Park has rock pools and a lookout. The Wirrabara Forest is home to a huge 500-year-old gum tree. Drive to Port Augusta and see some unique plant species in the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden.

National parks
The must-see Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is in the Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park and not far from the historic Dog Fence. To the south, you’ll find an incredible Aboriginal rock art gallery in Chambers Gorge.

The Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park includes iconic Lake Eyre. This magnificent lake is described as an inland sea, which is what it looks like when it fills after monsoonal rains. Cooper Creek occupies about one quarter of the basin. It fills Lake Eyre with water from the Innamincka Regional Reserve and the World Heritage-listed Malkumba-Coongie Lakes National Park.

Wonderful wildlife
Another reason to visit the Innamincka Regional Reserve is to see Australia’s largest billabong, the Cullyamurra Waterhole. Like the Blinman Pools in the Flinders Ranges, the wildlife and birdlife here is remarkable.

It’s a long way to go for a hot “bath” but after crossing the Simpson Desert, the Dalhousie Springs in the adjacent Witjira National Park is a rare outback experience.
If you want to make that journey, you’ll need a Desert Parks Pass which covers six parks including Coongie Lakes, Lake Eyre and Innamincka National Parks.
Quorn is a township and railhead in the Flinders Ranges in the north of South Australia, 39 km northeast of Port Augusta.

A main attraction in Quorn is the Pichi Richi Railway. The Flinders Ranges V…

Hosted by Quron

Joined in May 2018
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    House rules
    Check-in: After 1:00 PM
    Not suitable for children and infants
    No smoking
    No pets
    No parties or events
    Health & safety
    Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
    Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Learn more
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