COME VISIT QUORN
Quorn is a small town and railhead in the Flinders Ranges in the north of South Australia, 39 kilometres Northeast of Port Augusta. The drive from Adelaide is just under 4 hours via Port Wakefield and Port Pirie.
Quorn was surveyed by Godfrey Walsh and proclaimed a town on 16 May 1878. The township covered an area of 1.72 km2 (0.66 sq mi) and was laid out in squares in a manner similar to the state’s capital city, Adelaide.
Governor Jervois reputedly bestowed the name ‘Quorn’ because his private secretary at the time had come from the Parish of Quorndon.
Visitors to Quorn often stop by on their way to the Pichie Richie Railway, or while walking on the Heysen Trail or the Mawson Trail. You may also recognise the buildings in town from many Australian Films such as the Shiralee and the recent Wolf Creek Mini Series.
At present our tasting rooms will be open exclusively for Private Tastings.
The home of Flinders Gin is a property that was once the town’s livery stables and farriers. The spectacular stone work in the stable walls makes a truely unique setting for your own private tasting around the fire pit, or in the VIP Tasting Room.
This decadent experience is available on a limited basis, and by appointment.
Available sessions will be announced on our Facebook Page and Instagram.
HOWARD ON THE ROAD
Howard is the best looking van around, and is our Mobile Cellar Door.
You’ll see him here, there and everywhere throughout the year.
If you want him to visit you with a stock of our products, please send us a message.