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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
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“Norseman is surrounded by the Great Western Woodlands, the largest temperate woodlands in the world. It has an abundance of eucalypt species, birdlife and native animals. The Ngadju Ranger program care for country and the Ngadju Native title lands. Call in to Norseman Visitor Centre for guidance to sites to visit. Lynn Webb, local renowned photographer has stunning photographs of the local area. Call in to see his Gallery of Splendid Isolation at the Camel Roundabout in Prinsep Street.”
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Route
“The Old Coach road is a great little trip to take when leaving Norseman en route to Esperance. The start of the track is found easily by following the end of Robert St, and it meanders unbusily through the native Woodland area for about 50km before rejoining the highway at Dundas Rocks. Along the way there are points of historic interest marked and many opportunities to experience the local fauna and flora before the mad dash along the highway again. I really recommend this little jaunt as a great way to experience real history and to see something of the Woodlands.”
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Natural Feature
“The Great Western Woodlands is a huge tract of mainly undeveloped forest which covers an area larger than England. Along with the Fitzgerald Biosphere which abuts the Woodlands, its famously the largest and the most pristine example of a Mediterranean environment left on the planet. The diversity of plants and animals within the Woodland is astonishing, and can noted even by the untrained eye as stands of different trees and flowers can be seen predominating in different areas on even the most casual little drive through. The closest edge of the forest is about 3 hours' drive north of Esperance (an overnight stay in Norseman at the Railway Hotel is recommended, tell Therese there that Susi sent you!)”
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Golf Course
“Part of the Nullarbor Links. Call into the Norseman Visitor Centre to play. ”
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Tourist Information Center
“Go to the Norseman Visitor Centre for directions to the local Historical Museum, Lynn Webb's Gallery, Walking Trails, Hisotrical displays, Look-out, Prospecting sites, etc.”
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Restaurant
“Fantastic place to eat. Best coffee for 200kms. Choice of Thai or Australiann cuisine. Super clean, top customer service.”
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Jewellery Store
“Great home made pizza ( I love the Mexicana) and fresh choice of pub food. Country hotel hospitality. Beer garden that allows dogs. Drive through bottle department for take wine, beer and spirits. TAB betting.”
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Scenic Lookout
“360 degree views of Norseman, salt lakes and out to Fraser Range. Stunning location for sunrise or sunset. Information and historical display, walking trail leads you on both aspects of Beacon Hill. You should take a camera and Instagram #NorsemanWA so we can see your beautiful shots.”
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Gas Station
“Thursday night Fish and Chips, Rosies Chicken range. Cheaper soft drinks, e.g. 2x 600ml Coca Cola range for $6. Daily papers, fuel. Public toilets, ANZ ATM machine”
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Supermarket
“Situated in Roberts St. Groceries, meat, small goods, bread, hot chickens, milk, fruit and vegetables. Camping and travelling items, Post Office, bric a brac. Wool selection for knitting or crocheting projects on your travels.”
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Restaurant
“Fantastic place to eat. Best coffee for 200kms. Choice of Thai or Australiann cuisine. Super clean, top customer service.”
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