Fraser Range Station

Currently closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Fraser Range Station is an Oasis in the Outback. Experience the comfort in this tranquil retreat and discover the nostalgia of this historical station. Some of the stations facilities include powered and unpowered campsites, historical shearers quarters accommodation, different types of ensuite or self-contained accommodation, clean ablutions, BBQ’s and camp kitchen, station tours, bushwalks, home cooked two course meals and an abundance of flora and fauna.

For more information, contact (08) 9039 3210.


Fraser Range Station is half way between Norseman and Balladonia, 100km east of Norseman, heading towards South Australia. The area is covered by dense hardwood eucalyptus forest composed of blackbutts, salmon gums and gimlets. The trees are substantial, some towering 20 to 30 metres tall with dense undergrowth making vehicle access off cleared tracks impenetrable. A range of granite hills, the highest of which is Mt Pleasant 579m, presenting a spectacular monolithic feature.


Located between Norseman and Balladonia.

GPS: Lat -32.0940289 Long 121.9759395

Hours: Currently closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic