Getting Here

Denmark is just 4 1/2 hours from Perth. The most direct road access is via the Albany Highway to Mt Barker, and then following the Denmark Mt Barker Road. Alternatively, you might like to take a trip via the South Western Highway, travelling through the heart of the Southwest.

Travelling by car

ORIGIN DISTANCE TIME
Perth 421km 4h 30min
Albany 53.4km 40min
Mount Barker 54km 40min
Walpole 65km 60min
Manjimup 186km 1hr 50min
Pemberton 186km 2hr 15min
Bunbury 313km 3hr 50min
Margaret River 325km 4hr 15min

Travelling by coach  

TransWA buses operate a service from the East Perth Terminal and Albany. The towns of Denmark and Bow Bridge are served by twice-daily TransWA coach services, offering a convenient way to travel through the Great Southern from Perth to Albany.

Travelling by plane  

Virgin Australia flies from Perth to Albany Airport up to three times daily. Chartered tours and flights can be arranged from Perth to Denmark Airport through Ashburton Air Services.

Getting Around

Denmark has a lot to offer the independent traveller, with a range of self-drive itineraries. If you arrive in Denmark without your own transport, there are a range of tours to choose from, as well as bike hire to get you around to all the key sites.

Exploring   

Choose from a diverse range of organised or private tours to help you discover and explore Denmark and the Great Southern. If you're an intrepid traveller you can enjoy beautiful coastal and inland trails on foot, by bike or even on horseback. Other parts of the region are waiting to be explored by 4WD, plane or watercraft. Surf lesson are also available. To find out more and to make a booking please contact the Denmark Visitor Centre on 9848 2055.

Hire 

Explore Denmark's rivers and waterways by canoe or kayak. Traverse Denmark's numerous bike trails with fully-geared mountain bikes. Surf the waves with a surfboard and wetsuit. Or play a round of golf with a full range of golf clubs.