Two new species of Drummondita Harv. are described, both of which occur on rocky hillsides on the Yilgarn Craton of Western Australia. One of these, D. fulva A.S.Markey & R.A.Meissn., has close affinities to D. microphylla Paul G.Wilson but differs in having a reddish apiculus on the leaf apex, tawny new growth, and sub-orbicular, flattened sepals. The other, D. rubroviridis R.A.Meissn, is closely allied to D. wilsonii F.H.Mollemans, from which it is distinguished by a combination of spreading leaves, solitary, larger red flowers with green petal lobes, and a pointed apical leaf gland. Drummondita fulva is relatively widespread, occurring on both Banded Iron Formation and associated metasedimentary rocks in the Yalgoo region, while D. rubroviridis has a restricted distribution and appears to be endemic to a single banded ironstone range in the Koolanooka Hills. A taxonomic description of these two new species, images and maps of their respective distributions are provided.