Places to Stay

From modern deluxe villas & chalets to cosy B&Bs or camping either in town or a rural setting.

Lots to see

Plan your trip to Denmark and get the most from you stay by seeing all the activities and actractions.

Lots to do

Denmark's events calendar is jam packed with food and wine events, art and culture festivals and sporting competitions.

Local Art

Artists, musicians, dancers, performance theatre, arts festivals and live music thrive in Denmark with its relaxed pace of life and stunning natural environment.

Fresh Produce

Regional and seasonal produce in paddock, in pantry and at table.


The A-Z of Western Australia's Wine Capital.


With an incredible range of things to see and do in Denmark and the surrounding area, visitors are spoilt for choice.

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Denmark Festival of Voice 2017

Denmark, 26/05/2017 02:07 PM

The Denmark Festival of Voice is an annual celebration of the power and beauty of the human voice. One of only two dedicated vocal festivals in Australia, it is an exploration of diversity, celebrating voices from near and far and those from the edge. Music is only one part of the program alongside storytelling, spoken word, poetry and experimental performance.

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Denmark, Western Australia's Extraordinary Wilderness Coast...

Discover why Lonely Planet listed our region in the world's Top 10 destinations of 2010.

Denmark is a charming town, located on the banks of the beautiful Denmark River. With its rugged coastline and towering forests, Denmark offers visitors unforgettable scenery, quality wineries and plenty of activities. Read More >

Elephant Rocks

As the name suggests, Elephant Rocks looks like a herd of elephants wading in the shallow waters of the Great Southern Ocean.
These huge boulders are unique to Denmark and should be part of any travellers' itinerary - Located within William Bay National Park.
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Tree Top Walk

Western Australia's world-famous tingle trees are some of the most enormous trees in the world and can only be seen in WA's Southern Forests region.

The Tree Top Walk soars 40 metres into the tingle canopy and opens up a world that most people never see.
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Bibbulmun Track

Western Australia's world-class long-distance walk trail stretches almost 1,000 kilometres through beautiful and varied natural areas from Perth to Albany.

There's no better way to discover the natural wonders of Denmark and the Great Southern then via the Bibbulmun Track.
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