22km south of town.
Ideal for picnics, climbing, photography, bush walking and exploring.
5km east of town Large granite outcrop offering spectacular views from the top with a picnic area at the base.
Granite Woodlands Discovery Trail
Links Norseman to Hyden and Wave Rock and is a delight of beautiful woodlands, stunning granite rocks, spectacular wildflowers in spring and numerous picnic spots that include some walk trails, along the way.
This educational and historical mining park is close to the town centre. Items of machinery, equipment and buildings representing our mining history are displayed along pathways
The original Cobb & Co route starts in town and meanders through the bushland for about 20Km to the site where settlement was first established on Lake Dundas in 1893. The Picnic area is set amongst the trees.
Take 5 minute drive along Mines Road for a 360° view over the township and surrounding countryside and lakes. There is also a short walk trail and historical information at the top.
As you drive up to Beacon Hill there is the opportunity to view the grand sculptured Tailings Dump that sits on the side of the road. This is a residue left over from processing gold and this particular dump still has a lot of gold left in it.
Approx 32kms south of Norseman. A popular local swimming and picnic spot.
The Norseman Visitors Centre issues fossicking permits and maps for those interested in finding Agate gemstones in the area.
There is a wonderful collection of memorabilia housed in what used to be the 'School of Mines' building.
The lovely bronze statue of “Norseman” recognises the part the horse played in establishing the town.
Corrugated Iron Camels
The brilliant life size beasts are a tribute to the camel trains that carried all the freight and mail in the early days.
Located in the town centre. A fantastic display of dolls and toys from the past to the present.
Worth a “short” visit, the cemetery has its own stories to tell.