Rawlinna ( 30°46’S, 125°26’E) is a remote locality and railway siding on the Trans-Australian Railway in Western Australia. It is also the site of a small lime mine, in which the lime is extracted from the limestone that is prevalent in the area. The lime is mostly used in the gold production process at Kalgoorlie.
Rawlinna is also the start of the Connie Sue Highway, an outback track that leads to Warburton.
There is no fuel for sale at Rawlinna. The closest locations are Caiguna and Cocklebiddy on the Eyre Highway, more than 100 km to the south.
The Great Southern Railway train, the Indian Pacific, which runs between Sydney and Perth, calls at the siding twice a week in each direction. Passengers can alight or disembark on request.