Denmark is located 400kms south of Perth on the edge of the Southern Ocean. It is easy to fall in love with this beautiful Western Australian town and surrounds. Comfortably nestled amongst the trees along the banks of the Denmark River it is one of the most biodiverse regions of the world.
Relax beneath ancient tingle and towering karri trees - two of the giant species of the deep southern forests. Stroll along one the many white sandy beaches.
The southwest coast of Western Australia has a Mediterranean climate making it delightful all year round. Surrounded by the Walpole Wilderness Area, the forests add to the calming and rejuvenating feel of this secluded southern paradise.
Denmark Western Austalia has a remarkable selection of quality accommodation in fabulous and varied locations in town, near the ocean, on the riverside, with inlet views or in the countryside. Each Accommodation Provider in our Guide has been hand selected for their uniqueness, quality of service, location, facilities, friendliness, ambiance & aesthetics. Each one is 100% committed to providing you with a high quality service during your stay in Denmark.
Starting late in August and stretching into the summer months wildflowers can be seen throughout the region. The colours spring forth from the undergrowth like waterfalls of colour. From oceanside to far within the forest canopy wildflowers.
Come and visit during Spring to experience the beauty and diversity of these amazing colourful creations.
Tree-covered hills, rivers, inlets and the Southern Ocean make Denmark's beaches quite unique. The rugged coastline means there are many separate beaches ending in ancient granite rocks, dune cliffs, or stretches of hills rolling into the ocean. This gives each beach it's own character, aspect, rip and weather conditions. Soft white sand, clear blue water, fresh air, beautiful and peaceful surrounding, sports of all types possible...the beaches around the Denmark Region are reflective of all the best points about life in Australia!
Denmark offers great value, delicious food in a variety of cafes, restaurants, bakeries, gelateries, wine bars and cellar doors in and around Denmark Town. The laid back vibe of this small southern town can be enjoyed through the culinary experiences it offers. Denmark is filled with artisans of all types and you can purchase their fresh produce from local stores and online!
Denmark is blessed with an abundance of easily accessible locations in National Parks throughout the region. The most popular locations are Greens Pool in William Bay National Park, and the Valley of the Giants which is just outside the Walpole-Nornalup National Park to the west.
One of the top six areas of in the world for terrestrial biodiversity, and one of the top ten for biodiversity. The National Parks of the Coast care for this uniqueness by protecting the habitat of the plants and animals. Our National Parks are our lifeline. Diversity requires protection and conservation.
The Denmark Wine Region is located along the south coast of Western Australia approximately 55km west of the founding city of Western Australia; Albany. The climate is IDEAL for growing cool-climate wines, and is renown for it's natural beauty.
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There is plenty to do in the region. Visit Denmark Western Australia for an unforgettable holiday.
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