Savings Bank of South Australia – Old Quorn Branch

Accommodation Option on the Heysen Trail

Self contained unit/house
Mapsheet 6D, Woolshed Flat to Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park;
Mapsheet 7A, Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park to north of Mt Arden
Northern Guidebook, chapter 3, map 10
37 First St, Quorn
Grid ref: 215 174
Longitude: 138.041968
Latitude: -32.346579
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Historic generously sized old bank building.
Three bedrooms sleeps six people.

Self catering although the pubs and cafes can cater for all meals.
Dining area, kitchenette, and lounge on ground floor, in the old banking chamber. One queen bedroom and bathroom also on ground floor.
Upstairs two bedrooms (one queen bed) and one twin bedded room, plus another lounge room, verandah and second bathroom.
The Savings Bank of South Australia (SBSA) building was originally built as a saddlery in the 1890’s and later converted to a shop and private residence for Mr J. Rock. The SBSA purchased the entire building in 1909 for £1,100 and opened the Quorn branch, when it was an important northern regional centre.

The SBSA then became the State Bank of South Australia and BANK SA branch. The bank closed in 1997.

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