Denmark's climate makes the destination a year round choice for holiday makers. Each season reveals the many different aspects to appreciate and admire.
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Summer (December to February):
Summer is traditionally the most popular time to visit. Visitors from all over the world flock to the region. The average daily temperature is a balmy 25°C. The fine days create the perfect opportunity for outdoor activities which become the highlight of your holiday experience.
Autumn (March to May):
As the days begin to cool, there is still so much to do in Denmark. Blue skies and temperate days are perfect for walking through National Parks, fishing in the ocean or inlet, or spending a day out in the vineyards. The region comes alive with food inspired events including the largest food and wine festival in Western Australia, Taste Great Southern.
Winter in Denmark is a special time with an average daily temperature of 16°C. There are fewer crowds and the pace is more relaxed. Spend your days driving through the emerald green countryside and your evenings rugged up in front of a warm open fire. Overnight frosts create magical morning vistas. During this season we are graced with a passing procession of whales. Denmark is a great place for winter getaways.
Spring (September to November):
Denmark is home to some of the region�s most incredible wildflowers. Each year from September to November the area explodes into colour, it is blooming marvellous.