is so much to see around Denmark, you can't possibly do it all in a
Think about staying 2 or 3 days. We'll try and make it worth your while.
Spend a day in Albany (only 35 minutes away). Walk the Bibbulmun Track.
Climb the Devils Slide or Bluff Knoll. Relax & enjoy excellent
food in our restaurants & cafes.
Discover the amazing wildflower diversity, particularly in spring.
Experience the peace & serenity of real wilderness.
Cycle to town or the beach.
Visit the tree-top walk in Denmark's Valley of the Giants.
Explore a multitude of craft galleries.
soak up some of the most spectacular coastal & forest scenery
found anywhere in the world.
rivers are safe, clean and attractive.
Ideal for canoeing adventure trips or just hire a paddle-boat.
For the more sedate, try an interprative wilderness cruise
into the heart of the Walpole Nornalup National Park with WOW Wilderness
Because of the ideal climate, Denmark is a perfect place to breed some
of the world's more exotic animals. Hence the Rudyard Ostrich farm and
the Pentland Alpaca Stud, both favourites of children and adults alike.
Feed and pat animals of all sorts, in a safe, natural setting.
The world renowned Bibbulman Track has some of its best forest and coastal
scenery as it traverses the Denmark area. Perfect for a two hour stroll
through to several days trekking, sleeping out or staying in the comfort
of the Denmark Waterfront at night.
Vineyards & Wineries
Some of WA's best wineries are here on our doorstep:- Howard Park, West
Cape Howe, Matilda's Meadow and Karriview Wines are just to name a few.
Did you know the Great Southern Region actually produces more fine wine
than the Margaret River Region!
of course there's always picnics, swimming, surfing, sailing, golf,