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There is so much to see and do in and around Denmark, you may wish to extend your stay with us! From spectacular landscapes to gourmet food, artisan stores to wander and so much more. Bush walking, cycling and kayaking activities are on our doorstep and local knowledge is made available at no cost to our guests.  There is a huge range of places and things to experience. Below are just some of our favourites:


Poison Point Walk

If you turn left at the entrance to the Waterfront car park you can walk to the Poison Point lookout which should take about ten minutes.  There is a gravel path leading to the water’s edge should you wish to venture down.   Here you will enjoy scenic views across the Inlet toward Ocean Beach along with amazing sunsets.

Munda Biddi Bike Trail

If you turn right at the entrance to the Waterfront car park and stroll toward town through pretty bushland after about 15 minutes you will cross the road to where the Rivermouth Caravan Park is located.  You can then stroll down to the boat launching area which is home to a myriad of birdlife including Pelicans, Egrets, and many other species.  It is a very pretty area where you can enjoy a coffee at Reminisce café overlooking the river.


Paddle out on the Inlet

The caravan park shop hires out kayaks, paddle boats, dinghy’s, stand up paddle boards and push bikes (9848-1262).  There are also riverboat cruises starting in early October each year which leave from the boat launching area. Choose from a River/Inlet Cruise or a Sunset Cruise – bookings are essential.  There is a bus tour and adventure tours which also can be booked.

To the left of the entrance roadway to the caravan park you will see a bridge which crosses the river, and this is the entrance to the Munda Biddi/Heritage Trail Walk which winds around the inlet past Springdale Beach. There are some very lovely views across the inlet in places.  The Munda Biddi/Wilson Heritage Trail continues along flat terrain all the way to Albany.

Bibbulmun Walk Track

The track is easily accessed from the Waterfront – on the right just past the entry to the Waterfront carpark coming from town direction you will see Blue Wren lane.  Walk up the lane to the T junction and then turn to your right and you will see a firebreak - if you walk down the firebreak you will encounter the track.  If you turn left, it takes you toward the inlet and Beaches.  If you turn right, it takes you toward town.

Hiking in Forest
Image by Sugar Golf

Denmark Country Club

The Denmark Country Club features a character 18-hole golf course, an undercover driving range and a modern clubhouse.   Conveniently located a few minutes’ drive from the centre of town, the Country Club offers a place where visitors are welcomed.  The par 72, 18-hole course offers a tranquil environment for players, featuring native birds and kangaroos.

Sample a Local Drop

If you enjoy wineries, don’t miss Single File Wines – it is about a ten-minute drive from the Waterfront.  Visitors are welcome to take a picnic with them and sit in the cellar door or at the outdoor tables whilst enjoying a glass of their wine. A few minutes away the Lake House is a great place for lunch where you can enjoy award winning produce.

Wine glass

Visit Spectacular Beaches

There are three wonderful beaches within a short drive from the Waterfront – Ocean Beach, Lights Beach and a little further (about fifteen minutes) is the famous Greens Pool which is best visited early morning when you might have the entire pool to yourself.  

Get Up In The Trees

Drive west to Nornalup and take in the world renown Treetop Walk. Continue to Walpole and take the Wow Wilderness Cruise or Paddle with the dolphins in the Walpole Nornalup Inlet.


Explore Albany

Denmark is conveniently located between the City of Albany and the town of Walpole. Plan a day in Albany if you can fit it in.  The scenery is just amazing, and you can drive from the Port area around Princess Royal drive to the Anzac Centre then on to Middleton Beach which is a popular tourist beach.  There are walks around the cliffs if you enjoy walking and several cafes at Middleton Beach.  You can also visit The Gap, the Blowholes and Australia’s last Whaling station.  Take some time to visit the Albany Visitor Centre which is in the main street – York Street – the staff will happily point you in the right direction for things to see.

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