Port Pirie

Port Pirie is a coastal town on the Spencer Gulf in South Australia, developed around its port and industry. Port Pirie has about 13,200 residents.
Photo: Fairv8, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Port Pirie

-33.1791° or 33° 10' 44.8" south
138.0059° or 138° 0' 21.1" east
Open Location Code
IATA airport code
United Nations Location Code
10 metres (33 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 445177480
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: ميناء بورت بيري
  • Belarusian: Порт-Піры
  • Catalan: Port Pirie
  • Cebuano: Port Pirie
  • Central Kurdish: پۆرت پیێری
  • Chinese: 皮里港
  • Czech: Port Pirie
  • Danish: Port Pirie
  • Dutch: Port Pirie
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: ميناء بورت بيرى
  • English: Port Pirie, South Australia, Australia
  • English: Port Pirie, South Australia
  • French: Port Pirie
  • Georgian: პორტ-პირი
  • German: Port Pirie
  • Hebrew: פורט פירי
  • Irish: Port Pirie
  • Italian: Port Pirie
  • Japanese: ポートピリー
  • Kazakh: Порт-Пири
  • Korean: 포트피리
  • Lithuanian: Port Piris
  • Malagasy: Port Pirie
  • Norwegian: Port Pirie
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Port Pirie
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Port Pirie
  • Persian: پورت پیری
  • Polish: Port Pirie
  • Portuguese: Port Pirie
  • Russian: Порт-Пири
  • South Azerbaijani: پورت پیری
  • Spanish: Port Pirie
  • Swedish: Port Pirie
  • Ukrainian: Порт-Пірі
  • Urdu: پورٹ پیری
  • Vietnamese: Port Pirie
  • Welsh: Port Pirie
  • Western Panjabi: پورٹ پیری

Other Places Named Port Pirie

  • Ambulance station in South Australia, Australia
  • Electrical substation in South Australia, Australia

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