Ondo State Postcode (Post Office List)

The postcode for Ondo State is 340001 – 352120 for its local government areas, while the NIPOST Headquarters code number is 340001. This state is located in the South Western Zone of Nigeria and is divided into 18 local government areas, each of which has a unique postal code or ZIP code assigned by the postal service.

The Ondo State postcode, or ZIP code, is a six-digit number generated by the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST). These codes are used for sorting mail and facilitating delivery. They help determine the precise location for parcel or mail delivery, and you can use them to send and receive packages within and outside the country.

Find below the list of Ondo State LGAs and their postcodes, or ZIP codes, along with their post office addresses. Note that some LGAs in this state have no post office, so you’ll need to go to the general office.

Ondo State Postcode

Ondo State Postcode or Zip Code

LGAPostcode or Zip CodePost Office Address
Akoko North-East 342101 – 342232Opp. Olukare palace,Ilepa Street
Akoko North-West 342102 – 342105Near Onirun Palace
Akoko South-East 342106 – 342115Isua Akoko Town Square
Akoko South-West 342107 – 342117State Capital
Akure North 340102 – 340106Main Road Iju
Akure South 340101 – 340284Oba Adesida Rd.,Akure
Ese Odo 352106 – 352115Arogbo Markek Square
Idanre 340107 – 340109Idanre Roundabout
Ifedore 340110 – 340113Ijare-Ode Esi Road
llaje352116 – 352120Church Str. Ugbonla
Ile Oluji/Okeigbo3521107 – 3521111Akinlosoye Driver
Irele 352101 – 352105State Capital
Odigbo 350101 – 350107Sabo Road, Ore
Okitipupa 350104 – 350113Royal Road, Okitipupa
Ondo East 351102 – 351105State Capital
Ondo West 351101 – 351106Moferere Market
Ose 341109 -341119Amushogbo Quarters, Ido Ani
Owo341101 – 341108Ise Road, Uso

If your local government does not have a post office, you can visit the general post office located in the state capital.

Is Ondo Postal Code and ZIP Code the Same?

Both ZIP code and the postcode serve the same purpose. The only difference is that ZIP code describes the postal numbering system used in the United States and the Philippines, while the postal code is used in other countries such as Nigeria, Canada, South Africa, China, the UK, etc.