Denmark is a major wine producing area. New and well established cellars are open for tastings and sales, some incorporating a cafe, gallery or restaurant. Most are found off the Mt Shadforth/Scotsdale Tourist Drives.
Commencing in town from North Street, through karrilined avenues. This route offers pastured farmland to forest and ocean vistas with distant images of the Porongurup and Stirling Ranges.
One of the historic routes from the early days of timber cutting, this 25km drive provides access to many vital cottage industries, viticulture and horticulture properties.
The short but beautiful Harewood Forest walk trail provides an intimate forest experience within its 1.2km circuit, offering karri forest, lush vegetation, wildflowers and birdlife.
Accessible from South Coast Highway or Ocean Beach Road, this beach is great for fishing and connects with the Bibbulmun Track.
Inspired by the surroundings, many artists using paint, ceramics, wood, glass and other media have studios in the Denmark area.
Located 14kms from Denmark in the William Bay National Park, Green’s Pool is perfect for swimming, snorkelling, rock fishing or beach walking. A gravel road from above the Green’s Pool car park leads to Elephant Rocks, Madfish Bay and Waterfall Beach.
Wilson Inlet - suited to small craft and great fishing!
Parry Inlet - 29kms west of Denmark. Parry Beach is one of the main salmon netting areas. Observe Feb - April.
Ocean Beach, Wilson Head and Lions Lookout
Munda Biddi Bike Trail - Section One (9kms) between Denmark and Wentworth Road completed September.
This section of the Bibbulmun Track connects Albany with Perth via Denmark. Entering the Denmark Shire from the karri-lined Frankland River at Sappers Bridge, the track continues through the ‘Valley of the Giants’ and crosses South Coast Highway to Conspicuous Cliffs. Here the scenery changes to coastal taking in Peaceful Bay, Boat Harbour and via William Bay National Park to Mt Hallowell.
The Mt Hallowell section of the Bibbulmun, known as the Sheila Hill Memorial Walk, meanders from Lights Beach car park to Ocean Beach Road, via Mt Hallowell and Monkey Rock lookout. A 2-4 hour moderate walk.