Located in the historic centre it's an easy walk to discover Quorn; and the perfect location to drive to the awe inspiring Flinders Ranges.
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 for £1,100 in 1909 and opened the Quorn branch. At that time the town was an important northern regional centre.
The SBSA then became the State Bank of South Australia and BANK SA branch. When it was operating as a Bank the fittings and furniture included polished cedar panelling, the bank counter was edged in brass, with an iron foot-rail on the customers side of the counter, and gas was used to light the premises.
On 13th September 1997, the Bank was closed, subsequently renovated and now provides comfortable holiday accommodation - 3 bedrooms (2 doubles), 2 bathrooms, kitchenette, dining, 2 lounge rooms - idea for a family or group of friends.
For more information on activities refer to the tab "Discover Quorn".