Denmark is a charming town, located on the banks of the beautiful Denmark River. With its rugged coastline and towering forests, Denmark offers its visitors unforgettable scenery, quality wineries
and plenty of activities.
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
in the tingle forest
near Denmark is a must. Meander up to 40 metres high into the canopy of the tingle forests to get a birds-eye view of what’s below. The Ancient Empire walk provides an excellent constructed boardwalk at ground level.
The picturesque and serene beauty of Denmark is a draw-card and inspiration for many artists who reside in the area. Browse through galleries of furniture, pottery, glass, sculptures, paintings and even jigsaws.
The standard of fresh gourmet food and quality wine offered here is exceptional, with the surrounding wineries producing superb semillon sauvignon blanc and bold shiraz. Denmark’s highly acclaimed wines have distinct characteristics and most can be tasted at the cellar door.
The natural sweeping vistas and remote landscapes around Denmark make it a favourite getaway for those seeking a romantic interlude or a chance to appreciate nature.
There are so many options when it comes to finding a place to stay, with everything from luxurious retreats to budget style accommodation.
Enjoy walk trails including the Bibbulmun Track
and spectacular Mount Lindesay Trail. William Bay National Park
is home to the stunning Greens Pool
. The transparent water of the pool is beautiful on a clear day and is so sheltered it is a great place for a swim. See the huge rock formations known as ‘Elephant Rocks’ that rest in the water here. Ocean Beach, Wilson Head and Wilson Inlet are also worth a visit.
With stunning landscape around Denmark, visitors can enjoy many scenic, leisurely drives. Follow the routes of the early timber cutting days on the 34 kilometre Scotsdale Tourist Drive. From North Street in town take the Mount Shadforth Scenic Drive where you can stop off at wineries and galleries along the way and take some great photos over Wilson Inlet, Nullaki Peninsula and the Southern Ocean.