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Pirlangimpi is a populated place on Melville Island in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Pirlangimpi lies two kilometres from the site of the first British settlement in northern Australia, the short-lived Fort Dundas. The present settlement, then called Garden Point, was established in 1937 as a police post, because of concerns about the activities of Japanese luggers. In 1940 a mission was founded by the Roman Catholic Missionaries of the Sacred Heart as a home for mixed-blood children, both local part-Japanese and those removed (stolen) from their families in other parts of the Northern Territory. The Mission lease was not renewed in 1967 leading to the closure of the mission school in 1968 with the last of the children being returned to the mainland in 1969.
Australian Rules football was introduced by Brother John Pye of the Catholic mission. Three Norm Smith Medalists – Maurice Rioli, Michael Long and Cyril Rioli – were raised at the mission at Pirlangimpi.
Marjorie Liddy, who grew up on the mission, provided an image that was widely used in Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to World Youth Day 2008 in Sydney.
The present community includes the Pularumpi primary school, a police station, small supermarket, club, health facility and airstrip. Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church is the base of the Melville Island parish.
The population was 371 in 2016.
Pirlangimpi has a tropical monsoon climate (Am) with hot temperatures present year round. There are three seasons. The dry season, the buildup, and the wet season. The wet reason typically runs from the end of October through April, though rainy days can be experienced during the dry season and the buildup.