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Andu Lodge, Quorn

100 year old building, which until March 1996, was the original old outback hospital. Sandstone building with open fire places and a verandah with tables and chairs, situated in the centre of Quorn, the capital of the Flinders Ranges. Perfect for a one night stopover for travellers leaving Adelaide and heading north or west. It is also a perfect base for exploring the magnificent Flinders Ranges. Clean, spacious property offering a good standard of accommodation for backpackers, families and couples who are looking for budget accommodation with shared facilities. Tours available from Andu Lodge, mountain bikes also available for hire.

Accommodation Options


One double and one or two bunk beds.


Thirty bunk beds, split into five rooms.


One double bed.


One single bed.


Two bunk beds.

Popular Activities

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  • Off Road Driving
  • Outback
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife

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