Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide : 2016-2017 Flinders Ranges and Outback VG
30 flindersandoutback.com.au | explorer's way 166–172 Warnertown Road, Port Pirie Ph: (08) 8632 4200 Email: email@example.com www.johnpiriemotorinn.com.au • Modern accommodation: standard, family, spa suites • JP’s licensed restaurant and bar – open to the public • Meeting and function rooms • Outdoor swimming pool with barbecue and lawn area • FREE wireless internet access • Off-street car parking • Room service and fully-stocked mini-bars • Guest laundry facilities • Manager onsite 24 hours JOHN PIRIE MOTOR INN PORT PIRIE REGIONAL TOURISM AND ARTS CENTRE 3 Mary Elie Street, Port Pirie SA 5540 Telephone (08) 8633 8700 Freecall 1800 000 424 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.pirie.sa.gov.au • Home to the Port Pirie Visitor Information Centre • Longest White Pointer Shark landed in SA - Exhibition • Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery • Famous Silver Tree Fern • Interpretative artworks • Outside The Gates Tours • Pirie Rail Express miniature railway • Pirie Model Railway • Gifts, Souvenirs & Local Produce • Public internet access • Library • Women’s Keepsake Garden • Stateliner Bus Terminal • Coach, Caravan & Car Parking Enj o y au n iqu e cu l tura le x pe ri en c e atth e P ort P iri e R e gio n a l Touris m &ArtsC en tr e! landed in South Australian waters; this is also the departure point for the Premier Stateliner bus service. With its fascinating history and impressive architecture, a great way to explore Port Pirie is on foot. Discover the rich history of the town with the Heritage Walk brochure or take the Outside The Gates tour which has a strong focus on the smelter, its history and processes, it also includes other local icons of the city. See the Port Pirie Visitor Information Centre for tour information and bookings. Spectacular walks also await in Napperby Gorge, as do wetlands and wildlife at the Nelshaby Reserve. These attractions are located near the twin towns of Napperby and Nelshaby, just 12 kilometres from Port Pirie and are famous for their tomatoes grown after World War II. The Pirie Rail Express miniature railway operates a diesel and steam engine on the first and third Sunday of the month or go and see models of iconic trains including The Ghan and Indian Pacific run on more than 1000 feet of track in an amazing 360 degree viewing layout at the Pirie Model Railway. Huey the Helicopter is one of only six Huey Iroquois helicopters in Australia. The Port Pirie RSL is the home of this new attraction. There is a good range of accommodation, including motels and caravan parks, and plenty of parks and playgrounds. Families will also enjoy the foreshore with a fully enclosed playground and barbecue facilities.
2015-2016 Flinders Ranges and Outback Visitor Guide