|Shire of Dundas|
Location in Western Australia
|Population||772 (2016 census)|
|• Density||0.008285/km2 (0.021458/sq mi)|
|Area||93,179 km2 (35,976.6 sq mi)|
|Shire President||Jacquie Best|
|Website||Shire of Dundas|
The Shire of Dundas is a local government area in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. The shire covers an area of 93,179 square kilometres (35,977 sq mi) and its seat of government is the town of Norseman. Its territory lies between Norseman and the border with South Australia (including much of the Eyre Highway), and is between 700 and 1,500 kilometres (430-930 mi) east of the state capital, Perth.
The shire was first established as the second Dundas Road District on 21 June 1929, when the Norseman Road District was abolished and replaced by a re-established Dundas board. (An earlier Dundas Road District had existed from 1895 to 1918 before amalgamating to form the Norseman district.)
It was declared a shire and named the Shire of Dundas with effect from 1 July 1961 following the passage of the Local Government Act 1960, which reformed all remaining road districts into shires.
- Emil Nulsen, Dundas Roads Board chairman 1929–1931; later a state MP