Major alterations early in the building’s history reflect the significantly increased volume and status of the place, and enhanced the primary concept of public frontal components with duality relating to post and telegraphic functions.
It was designed by Edward Woods and built in 1880, with extensions designed by Charles Owen-Smyth built in 1905-1907.
It was added to the South Australian Heritage Register on 12 October 1995 and added to the Commonwealth Heritage List on 8 November 2011.
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The Port Pirie Post Office is a heritage-listed post office at 79-83 Ellen Street, Port Pirie, South Australia.
This coincided with the purchase of the old Crystal Brook hospital which became the Convent, Orphanage and boarding home for girls.