Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery

3 Mary Elie Street
Port Pirie, South Australia, 5540

About Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery

Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery is situated on Nukunu Country, in Thalpiri, the Nukunu name for Port Pirie, in the mid-north of South Australia. The gallery sits within sight of the The Wapma Thura — Southern Flinders Ranges National Park co-named for the Nukunu term for “snake people”, recognising an important totem.

Established in 1992, in the old baggage room of the closed passenger railway station in Port Pirie, the gallery was then redeveloped into the Regional Tourism and Arts Centre in 1994 included a dedicated A-class art gallery.

Gallery facilities include an Artist in Residence Studio, community gallery/projectspace, two state of the art museum grade climate-controlled Gallery exhibition spaces and a dedicated workshop space. Public programs encompass outreach to schools, community groups in aged care, disability services and youth support agencies. These programs cater for all ages and diverse community groups. The gallery may also be hired for corporate functions.

The Gallery collection focus includes work by local, state and national artists that have been inspired by the Flinders Ranges. Touring Exhibition partners ensure a strong annual exhibition program.

Easily accessible by bus and car, the Gallery is just a short walking distance to the Port Pirie city centre.

Free guided tours
Gallery shop
Artist In Residence Studio
Onsite parking
Wheelchair access
Workshops & classes


  • Carpark
  • Coach Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Food and Refreshments
  • Gallery / Museum
  • Interactive Centre
  • Lawn / Gardens
  • Non-Smoking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Telephone
  • Public Toilet
  • Shop / Gift Shop
  • Free Wifi

Where to find Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery

3 Mary Elie Street
Port Pirie, South Australia, 5540