Norseman Gold Fever Festival
On Saturday 25th August the Norseman community will hold it's annual Gold Fever Festival which includes the State Championship Rock Drilling competition.
The whole day will be filled with activities and fun to cater for all ages and everyone is invited to attend, especially visitors who may be travelling in the region at the time.
As well as the rock drilling there will be a wood chopping competition, foot races, music, markets, food and drinks, activities for the children and more. So put the 25th of August in your diary and come to Norseman for a great day out.
Woodlands Wilderness Yoga Retreat
Over the 27th to the 29th of July workshops and classes for yoga and wellness will be held in the beautiful woodlands that surround Norseman. Meals and accommodation are included in the retreat for a total cost of $399.00. So if you might be in the Norseman area at this time and are interested in a weekend of yoga, environment and winter warming you can contact Olenna on 0412 061 336 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday 21st July the Community Markets will take place in the town centre on Roberts Street from 8am to Noon. A range of stalls covering local produce, art, craft, second hand goods, food and refreshments will operate and are sure to have something to tempt you. Everyone is welcome to browse, buy and enjoy.
If you are visiting Norseman we encourage you to pay a visit to the Museum that houses a fantastic collection of items relating to our pioneers, mining and history over the years. There are really interesting displays both inside and outside that will appeal to all ages. A new exterior display relating to Norseman's railway history, is currently being created.
The Historical Museum & Association were finalists in the 2016 State Heritage Awards recognizing the contribution by a community group.
The museum is well worth a visit.
Open 10am to 1.00pm 7 days.
Main Street Imagery
The town centre is being revamped by a project that is utilising stunning images that reflect the lifestyle of days gone by as well as beautiful images of local scenery to enhance the buildings and fences along Roberts street. It is in its infancy but already a number of images have been put up and eventually the whole street will have images and relative information panels to form a 'town walk' for visitors to enjoy.