Dysart, a rural town, is 240 km north-west of Rockhampton. It is a dormitory town for Saraji and Norwich Park (closed 2012) open cut coal mines and was named after the local Dysart parish and a pre-existing pastoral property. The name is of Scottish origin.

Further Reading: 

Frank Rolleston, The Broadsound story, Broadsound, Broadsound Shire Council, 1983

Welcome to Dysart, brochure nd


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