It also contains elements of Port Pirie’s first permanent post office at the rear.
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A verandah canopy was added in 1920 and removed in 1945.
(Warmington and Ward; SA State Heritage Register assessment) In the 1950s Port Pirie was proclaimed as South Australia’s first provincial city.
Important characteristics include the large scale, strong civic presence and monumentality, and relationship with other important civic buildings and nearby administrative functions including rail transport.
Port Pirie Post Office is a prominent building in an historic streetscape which in turn contains a collection of robust civic buildings, including the adjoining and exuberant former railway station with which the post office has an important visual relationship.
Although altered, the original recessed porches are evident and the internal planning still demonstrates programmatic requirements and the inclusion of a first floor residential component.
Stylistically, the post office is an accomplished and bold example of Edwardian Baroque Revival architecture, the first applied to post office design in South Australia, and subsequently favoured by Government architect, Charles Owen-Smyth.The post office also retained an important role in the town after it experienced further expansion in the twentieth century, in line with the town’s association with the BHP lead smelter, established in 1889 and by the mid-1930s the largest single-unit lead-smelting works in the world.By the 1950s, Port Pirie had attained the status of South Australia’s first provincial city.More generally, the post office maintains its expressive qualities and a harmonious relationship with its surroundings.The 1905 form and appearance) is a highly accomplished example of the Edwardian Baroque Revival and the first thoroughgoing, grand manner, modern Baroque Revival post office in South Australia.The building also has social value as a prominent public building in an important historic streetscape and the main commercial and civic precinct of Port Pirie, which has had an enduring association with the Port Pirie community for over 120 years through the provision of postal and telecommunication services.