Denmark Visitor Centre - About Us
www.denmark.com.au is the official destination website for Denmark offering you comprehensive information on the area and the Great Southern region.
Denmark Tourism Incorporated (DTI) is a pro-active not-for-profit association with over 230 members drawn from businesses, individuals and organisations committed to growing the tourism industry. DTI is responsible for the operation of the Denmark Visitor Centre and Great Southern Tourism Events. DTI's mission is to:
"Develop, market and manage a sustainable tourism industry which contributes to the economic wellbeing and promotion of Denmark's character and lifestyle to the benefit of DTI members, the community and visitors".
DTI's business arm, Great Southern Tourism Events (GSTE), subscribes to the notion that events complement tourism and build and stabilise visitation contributing significantly to the local economy. GSTE was created to capitalise on this opportunity. Taste Great Southern was the inaugural and highly successful event of GSTE. Into the future, GSTE will develop and deliver a strong events calendar for destination Denmark to the benefit of DTI members, the community and visitors.
DTI runs the Denmark Visitor Centre, the tourism hub of Denmark, located at 73 South Coast Highway. The Visitor Centre provides information to visitors and free
bookings for accommodation, tours and attractions.
Our Visitor Centre is the largest in the South West, attracting almost 100,000 visitors per year. The Visitor Centre includes a wine display area, souvenir shop selling local gourmet produce, and visitor information and bookings counters. The Denmark Visitor Centre is accredited which is signified by the use of the blue and yellow 'i' sign and the 'tick' logo. As an Accredited Visitor Centre we can offer you expert and friendly advice on the best things to see and do around Denmark and the Great Southern, along with maps, accommodation and tour booking services.
2012 Denmark Top Tourism Town (population under 5000)
2012 Top Tourism Award for the Environment
For quality visitor servicing look for the blue and yellow 'i' sign which indicates an accredited visitor centre.
The distinctive 'tick' logo displayed by accredited tourism businesses provides you with an assurance that the tourism business has a proven commitment to the highest quality of service.