Experience Denmark's Natural Attractions

National Parks

Denmark and the Great Southern is part of the Great South West Edge, one of Australia's recognised National Landscapes and an area of intense biodiversity. Nature has been flaunting her beauty here for millions of years. It is also home to places of cultural, natural and spiritual significance. Explore pristine beaches, geological wonders, wildflowers, ancient forests, rugged mountain ranges and vast national parks. Hike, climb, camp, canoe and connect to living culture and commune with wildlife. This region is nature's gift to the global experience seeker.

William Bay National Park

William Bay National Park (14km SW Denmark)

Naturally renowned for its windswept granite boulders, which have a striking primeval appearance, and the famous turquoise waters, of Greens Pool. Sheltered pools, channels and granite terraces create a fascinating seascape. You must watch the sunset over the bay. 
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Mt Lindesay National Park

Mt Lindesay National Park (20km N Denmark)

Naturally a unique granite monadnock surrounded by jarrah forests. You must take in the 360 degree views over the surrounding wilderness. 
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Valley of the Giants, Tree Top Walk

Valley of the Giants, Tree Top Walk

Naturally the home of Denmark's gigantic tingle trees. A world renowned attraction, the Tree Top Walk is a spectacular light weight suspension bridge that soars 40 metres above the tingle foliage, before descending to the Ancient Empire Walk at the bast of the trees. The interpretive centre features interactive displays. Fees apply, purchase your tickets from the Denmark Visitor Centre. You must take a walk through the Ancient Empire. 

West Cape Howe National Park

West Cape Howe National Park (30km W Albany)

Naturally the southern most point of Western Australia. This national park features dramatic cliffs of black dolerite that rise 80 metres out of the southern ocean. You must take a 4WD eco-tour to the edge of the cliff face. For more information visit the  park information page.

Natural Attractions - Albany and Mount Barker

Porongurup National Park

Porongurup National Park (40km N Albany)

Naturally the oldest mountain range in the south-west. Pathways lead though  marry, jarrah and karri forest to reach the summits of weathered granite domes. You must take the walk to the top of the Granite Skywalk which hangs off gigantic Castle Rock. 
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Stirling Range National Park

Stirling Range National Park (100km NE Albany)

Naturally a heritage listed park with a diversity of endemic species. Unique and abundant wildflowers, plus the brooding beauty of the mountain landscape, make this park one of the south-west's most popular destinations. You must hike Bluff Knoll, the tallest peak in the south-west.  For more information about the park please click here.

Walpole and Nornalup Inlets Marine Park

Torndirrup National Park (10km S Albany)

Naturally the home of the amazing sculptured rock formations known as 'The Gap' and the 'Natural Bridge'. Windswept banksia and coastal heathland form a stunning backdrop to popular beaches and bays. You must take a short walk at Stony Hill.  For more information please click   here .
Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve

Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve (35km E Albany)

Naturally the home of the elusive Noisy Scrub-bird. This nature reserve protects unspoilt coastal vegetation and provides a vital habitat for threatened animal species. You must take a dip in the turquoise waters. 
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Waychinicup National Park

Waychinicup National Park (65km E Albany)

Naturally a species rich park that is an important area for many native species including threatened birds. You must paddle along the river that feeds the sparkling waters of the inlet. 
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Natural Attractions - Walpole

Walpole Wilderness

Fernhook Falls

Naturally located on the Deep River Below the falls are walking trails, boardwalks and a stairway which provides safe access to the river for swimming and canoe launching. You must see the spectacular waterfalls in winter. 

Mt Frankland National Park

Mt Frankland National Park (28km NE Walpole)

Naturally the heart of the Walpole Wilderness. Visit the Mt Frankland Discovery Centre site and enjoy a stroll around the base of Mount Frankland. You must take the strenuous climb to the top for breathtaking views of the surrounding forested hills and valleys. 
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Walpole-Nornalup National Park

Swarbrick Art Loop

Naturally artwork inspired by the beauty of the forest. You must admire the wildflowers on the short 500 metre forest art loop walk. 

Circular Pool

Naturally  a raging river in winter and tranquil pools in summer. Visit the Giant Tingle Tree on the way to the pool. Unsealed road is not suitable for caravans. You must sit on the edge of the river and listen to the bird calls in the forest. 

D'Entrecasteaux National Park

D'Entrecasteaux National Park (13km W Walpole)

Naturally a remote wilderness of heath and karri forests. There are camping facilities at Crystal Springs. You must visit the shipwreck at Mandalay Beach. For more information please click here.