The aims of this study were to assess patient-reported outcomes and the survival of patients following curative resection for pancreas cancer. Adult patients undergoing curative pancreatic resection between April 2014 and April 2019 across six major hospitals in Sydney were invited to complete the Short-Form 36 (SF-36v2) and the Functional Assessment Cancer Therapy—Hepatobiliary (FACT-Hep) questionnaires. Time from surgery was categorised into four different time points: 3–11, 12–23, 24–35, and 36–62 months. Survival analyses were performed using Kaplan–Meier and log-rank tests. A total of 278 patients underwent curative resection. Mean (SD) age was 65.0 (13.2), and 50.7% (n
= 141) were males. Out of the 205 (74%) alive patients, 128 (62%) completed the study surveys. The physical component score and total FACT-Hep scores showed no significant changes over time. The mental component score improved from 3–11 months to 12–23 months (p
= 0.009) and from 3–11 months to 36–62 months (p
= 0.007). Survivorship showed a significant difference between malignancy, pre-malignancy, and benign disease groups, with 45.8 months (95%CI: 42.4–49.1), 40.3 months (95%CI: 36.4–44.2), and 41.3 months (95%CI: 37.9–44.9), respectively. For patients undergoing curative resection for pancreatic cancer, mental component scores improved over time, whereas overall survival outcomes seem to be influenced according to cancer pathology.