Southern End Restaurant
Nestled in the heart of Denmark, Southern End Restaurant and Function Centre is a hidden beauty waiting to be discovered.
Glass windows frame the country-style building, providing stunning views – layers in
fact – of garden, forest and ocean that will captivate and amaze.
The spectacle alone makes it an ideal location for weddings, birthdays and other momentous occasions. Coupled with the sensational food and function and corporate facilities, this is a venue too perfect to dismiss.
The function centre is a very popular place for weddings in the immaculately landscaped
gardens, overlooking the Great Southern Ocean and Wilson Inlet. Then celebrate the day away in the classic white-walled function centre. Everything can be arranged for you, from the ceremony and flowers to the wedding cake. There are two chefs, based in the restaurant, who will happily design a menu to suit your occasion. All the standard function facilities are available, including a built-in projector, large screen and speakers.
The restaurant, which is separate to the function area, seats up to 140 people and features predominantly local produce, including beef, chicken and fish with vegetarian and gluten free options.
Outside, there’s a playground for the youngsters and a garden piazza where local artists regularly entertain during the summer. Indoors, a piano and log fire create a warm ambiance during the winter.
This is a one of a kind for its area. The team is keen to make it the number one spot for functions down south.
Southern End restaurant has a new addition to their restaurant the Denmark Brew and Ales. Serving locally handcrafted beers and a wide range of imported beers and local wines. The new decking showcases the beautifull ocean views whilst sitting back and enjoying a beer.
Operating hours are from Thursday to Monday. Please phone for information as hours change from seasons and extend for public holidays and school holidays.
Wendy Norton, Function Co-Ordinator
Ph: 08 9848 2600
From Denmark town travel 3.5km north west up Mt Shadforth Road. Past Cussons Road on your left.