Port Augusta, SA Port Augusta, on the Eyre Peninsula, is the most northerly port in South Australia, approximately 310 kilometres from Adelaide. It is a supply centre for the outback areas of the state, and a thriving industrial city. It is adjacent to the Flinders Ranges, and is a popular stopping point for tourists.
- Pichi Richi Railway is an operating museum, operating regular heritage train journeys on the oldest remaining section of the famous narrow-gauge old Ghan railway. Trains depart from Quorn and Port Augusta.
- Local Council: Port Augusta City Council