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The turnoff from the highway is signed, then when you get to "Site 10", that's where the town was. There's some info and some street signs but I didn't find the grave. The "Dundas Rocks" might be the large rocks sort of across the road...More
It's an eerie spot, on the edge of a vast salt lake. A lone grave of a young child. What is the story, where is the old town?
Follow the old coach road from Norseman, there's a brochure (from the Visitor Info Centre), and info...More
A fascinating group of rock formations, glad we took the time to wander off the track and view these boulders on the way to explore the dundas township site. Family loved climbing amongst them, but make sure you are dressed with leg protection from sticks...More
Spent a full day touring around Norseman. The heritage trails are inspiring. Picnic at Dundas Rocks, only company an indignant little lizard rushing around comically, on two legs. How's the serenity? Pretty darn good. Here's the lone grave of young James Dennis, he must have...More
South of Noresman at the 18 KM mark you will find a turn off to Dundas and the Dundas Rocks.At one 1 KM on a red sand track you will see a small salt lake on the right and the rocks are to the left....More
Have you ever wondered why Norseman is in the Dundas Shire? We did. We went to see the Dundas Rocks and discovered the site of the abandoned town Dundas. It apparently lasted just over 20 years in the late 19th century with first gold finds....More