All of your day to day necessities are available locally including Banks, Shopping and Healthcare.
Most major banks have a branch in town, including ANZ, CommBank, Bank SA, People’s Choice Credit Union, NAB, Westpac as well as a number of ATM’s.
Check out some bargains in Port Pirie, where the shopping is spread between two areas – the central business district and Centro shopping centre, on Grey Terrace.
Enjoy a mix of large chain retailers: Target, Kmart, Coles, Millers, Jeans West, BWS, Cheap as Chips, Spendless Shoes, Ed Harry, The Reject Shop, Priceline and more.
Smaller boutique offerings: Uptown Girl, Stitch ‘n’ Stitch, Soul Lifestyle, Second Skin Clothing, E Street Clothing & Accessories, Mensland & MES Streetwear.
Port Pirie is known for its great op shopping experience! Lifeline Shop, Vinnies, Goods @ Gertrude, Lifeline Australia, Pirie Secondhand and more, are available if you’d prefer to go vintage.
Health Services for you and your family
Port Pirie Regional Health Service provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services to patients from Port Pirie and surrounding communities throughout the Southern Flinders and Mid North.
Services provided by Port Pirie Regional Health Service include but not limited to:
- Accident and emergency services
- Hospital services
- Chemotherapy service
- Renal dialysis
- Cardiac rehabilitation program
- Lymphoedema service
- Aboriginal health team
The GP Plus Health Care Centre provides a central hub for services across the Mid North community. Multi-disciplinary services provided include reducing health risk factors, early intervention, chronic disease management; such as diabetes, cardiovascular & respiratory disease and services intended to reduce demand on hospital services. Paediatric services for children under four years include behavioural and general developmental issues, speech and language development, play skills, gross and fine movement skills and parenting issues.
Country & Outback Health is a not-for-profit organisation that provides a range of mental health and general health support services to South Australians living in rural and regional areas. Their diverse team of health professionals are committed to providing high quality health care to improve the mental health and overall wellbeing of those in regional communities.
Neami is another not-for-profit organisation who also provides services to improve mental health and wellbeing in local communities. They provide community-based mental health services that support people to improve their wellbeing, live independently and pursue a fulfilling life.
Housing in Port Pirie
The median house price in Port Pirie is $163,000 and the weekly median advertised rent is $180. This is dependent on the size and location of the property.