Bermuda Post Office

Post Offices

Post offices are found throughout the island. Bermuda’s main post office, the General Post Office (GPO), is located on Church Street in Hamilton. However you may wish to purchase your stamps and postcards at the delightful Perot Post Office in Hamilton or the beautiful St George’s Post Office.

St George's Post Office, Bermuda
St George’s Post Office

The GPO and Perot Post Office are open Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. All other post offices are open Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm.

Details of exact opening hours, location maps, addresses, and telephone numbers can be found by following the links in the table below.

Post OfficeLocation
Devonshire Post OfficeDevonshire Parish
Crawl Post OfficeHamilton Parish
General Post OfficePembroke Parish, Hamilton
Perot Post OfficePembroke Parish, Hamilton
Mangrove Bay Post OfficeSandys Parish
Flatts Post OfficeSmith's Parish
Southampton Post OfficeSouthampton Parish
St George's Post OfficeSt George's Parish, St George
Warwick Post OfficeWarwick Parish

Bailey’s Bay Post Office in Hamilton Parish closed at the end of 2011. Harrington Sound Post Office (Hamilton Parish), St David’s Post Office (St George’s Parish), and Somerset Bridge Post Office (Sandys Parish)  closed in 2014.

Paget Post Office closed in 2015.


The Bermuda Post Office can take care of your various mailing requirements: letters, postcards and parcels.

Airmail posted by 9.30 am at the General Post Office leaves the island the same day. Mail posted elsewhere goes first to the GPO and takes longer.

International Data Express is a courier standard service offering mail and parcel delivery to over 200 countries around the world.

The Philatelic Bureau in situated in the GPO and sells first day covers, key chains, mouse pads, coasters etc.


A full list of rates can be found on the Bermuda Post Office’s website.

The current rates for sending a postcard (weighing less than 10 grams) from Bermuda are:

  • Zone 1 (US, Canada, Caribbean, Central America, and most countries in South America) – 70 cents
  • Zone 2 (UK, Europe) – 80 cents
  • Zone 3 (Australia, Asia) – 90 cents

For mail sent within Bermuda the current cost for letters and small parcels is 35 cents for an item of up 20 grams. Each additional 20 grams costs an additional 20 cents.

Comments and Additional Information

  1. The postal system in Bermuda is useless. It’s not too bad going out of the country, for postcards etc. But the internal mail is horrendously slow. I frequently get late payment charges etc before the bill actually arrives.


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