This rest area with free camping is located 32km south of Norseman and is an ideal shady area to take a break from driving and explore.
Bromus Dam was constructed in 1925/1926 to provide a reliable water source for the steam trains that would pass through.
The dam unfortunately never reached its full potential, due to leakages which were eventually paved, and turned into a spillway that still remains today.
There are toilets available on site.
Pop into or contact the Norseman Visitor’s Centre for further information and brochures.