It is defined as lying between the Bonaparte River on its southeast, beyond which is the Bonaparte or Kamloops Plateau, part of the Thompson Plateau, and by a line formed by the Dean and West Road Rivers on its northwest (the Nechako Plateau lies to the north of the West Road).
- "Fraser Plateau". BC Geographical Names.
- Landforms of British Columbia, S. Holland, BC Govt publication, 1976
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