• Port Pirie National Trust Museum

    Telling the stories of Port Pirie’s people and its industries including smeltering, railway and shipping history, displayed in a number of fine late 19th and early 20th century heritage buildings: the Old Customs House, the old Railway Station and the former Central Police Station. 

Telling the stories of Port Pirie’s people and its industries including smelting, railway and shipping history, displayed in a number of fine late 19th and early 20th century heritage buildings: the old Railway station built in the Victorian Pavilion style in 1902, the Old Customs House and the former Central Police Station built in 1882.

Highlights of the collection includes include the narrow gauge steam shunting engine Port Pirie and Diprotodon bones found in the area.

The Port Pirie branch of the National Trust also own and manage the heritage listed Sampson’s Cottage built around 1898, as a B&B across the road from the museum.

Adults: $6.00
Children: $3.00

Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 1pm-4pm

Melanie Kiriacou, President
08 8632 2095
Museum: 08 8632 3435
[email protected]
PO Box 131 Port Pirie SA 5540

Port Pirie National Trust Museum

Telling the stories of Port Pirie’s people and its industries including smeltering, railway and shipping history, displayed in a number of fine late 19th and early 20th century heritage buildings: the Old Customs House, the old Railway Station and the former Central Police Station.