Dysart is a town in Central Queensland, Australia, located in the Isaac Region. Dysart is a service centre for the nearby Norwich Park coal mine, which closed in 2012 and Saraji coal mine, as well as grazing properties in the district. Most residents are employed by the coal mines. At the 2011 census, Dysart had a population of 3,003.
Dysart was established in 1973, the Post Office opening on 8 October 1973.
Prussian explorer Ludwig Leichhardt explored the region in 1845, climbing to the summit of nearby Campbells Peak.
Rugby League is a popular sport in Dysart. Dysart junior team is named 'Dysart Bulls' with team colours being red, black and white. The senior team is also called 'Dysart Bulls' and has about six home games a year. Junior home team of Matt Sing (24 State of Origin Games for Queensland).
Dysart State High School has around two hundred students. The High School holds an annual Fete.