Nornalup Riverside Chalets

Nornalup Riverside Chalets

This peaceful setting overlooks the Frankland River, with Valley of the Giants nearby.
Peaceful, plentiful and picture perfect. Your getaway to Nornalup Riverside Chalets will be one to remember, and one you’ll wish to do again and again. We look forward to having you and helping to create memorable experiences.

Nornalup Riverside Chalets is in the Denmark region and close to the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. It occupies a wonderfully peaceful setting overlooking the tranquil Frankland River and opposite dense bush of the spectacular Walpole-Nornalup National Park.

Relax and unwind in one of their eight chalets which include western red cedar spa chalets with fully-equipped modern kitchens, wood burning heaters, queen-size beds and bay windows overlooking the river.

For more details on the individual chalet types please click here.

There are also very comfortable settler chalets with some having a glimpse of the river. There is a barbecue area with seating and overhead lighting. The native gardens and bird feeders on the chalet verandas attract a wide range of bird life.

The river is ideal for boating and black bream fishing, with canoe hire available on-site. There is a park opposite with a boat ramp, jetty and playground. There are many beautiful scenic sites to visit close by as well as places like Dinosaur World, the Alpaca Farm (with many other animals), Denmark Thrills Adventure Park and several wineries.

This location is ideal for visiting Walpole which is nine kilometres away and Denmark, which is a comfortable 40 minute drive and Albany a further 40 minutes from Denmark.

We have 8 self contained 1,2 and 3 bedroom chalets which are perfect for couples or families.

Keeping with nature we have named our chalets after the beautiful birds that inhabit the area. Blue Wren, Silver Eye and Sacred Ibis are Western Red cedar chalets that all have a view of the river.

The interior of each chalet is similar, Blue Wren and Silver Eye have spa baths and Sacred Ibis has access for the disabled.


Air conditioning
Barbecue facilities
Car park
Cooking facilities
Iron/ironing board
Non smoking rooms
Tea/coffee making facilities

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