Located just five minutes from town and open every day, The Lake House Denmark is a must see destination with its natural beauty and rustic charm. It's the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat, browse in the gourmet store or enjoy complimentary tasting of their award-winning five star wines and Vinofoods. Plus try their pure and natural Winespa bodycare products whilst overlooking the trout filled lake and stunning gardens. Enjoy casual dining in the restaurant and cafe, on the lakeside deck or on a picnic rug overlooking the lake, with the delicious vineyard lunches or try their famous beef and shiraz pie or tasty curries prepared with local and organic produce. Unwind with a glass of wine and savour the mouth watering selection of gourmet treats designed to suit every taste, or simply relax with a great cup of coffee and a piece of their delectable homemade cakes.
Lights Beach offers a beautiful outlook with a range of interesting water based activities just outside of Denmark in the state's south. Visit the viewing platform for magnificent views across the Southern Ocean and back into William Bay National Park. Enjoy a walk along the pristine beach or take the children for a look in the numerous rock pools to see if the tide has left behind any treasures. Lights Beach is a popular spot for rock fishing and surfing. Once you have finished on the beach explore part of the Bibbulmun Track which is a 900 kilometre walking track that runs from Kalamunda in the foothills of the Darling Ranges to Albany. The track offers you spectacular views across Denmark's coastline before weaving through William Bay National Park. Lights Beach is located 15 minutes drive south of Denmark and five hours drive from Perth. The region offers a plethora of attractions including the world famous Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, the Denmark Maze and Whale World.
Denmark Dinosaur World has a world class permanent exhibition of Dinosaur Skeletons including the only T-Rex in Australia. The Denmark Dinosaur World bird and reptile centre is a unique place in Australia's South West Southern Forest. Situated a 10 minutes drive from the Tree Top Walk. Visitors are able to experience a hands-on, mind-on, interactive eco-adventure into the world of birds and reptiles. Meet and learn about conservation and breeding programmes of the critically endangered Red Tailed Black Cockatoo and the spectacularly coloured Giant Macaws from the Amazon rainforest of South America. Marvel at the secret and intriguing world of Australia's fascinating and unique reptiles, including rare Pythons, Dragon Lizards and Monitor Lizards. Experience the amazing Southern Forest and interact with nature. Your journey through this discovery experience will both inform and excite your imagination. Open daily, the parkland setting has a picnic and barbecue facilities. There is ample parking for caravans and buses. The gift shop has books on the dinosaur, reptiles and birds. There are public toilets, wheel chair access, refreshments and espresso coffee available. Get up close and personal with the only T-Rex in Australia. Marvel at Protoceratops, the horned Dinosaurs plus many more.
The Denmark-Nornalup Heritage Rail Trail takes you on a breathtaking journey along the south coast offering views of some of the most spectacular coastline in Australia. Most of the track is suitable for walking, mountain bike riding or even horse riding. Depending on the time you have available, and your fitness, you can choose between trails ranging from twelve to thirty three kilometres in length. The more athletic can complete all three sections or join up with the Bibbulmun Track which passes through on its way up to Kalamunda, just east of Perth. Following the path of an unused rail track that closed in 1957, the heritage trail deviates inland to meander through the beautiful surrounding forest in parts. The picturesque coastal town of Denmark is located five hours drive south of Perth. The region offers a number of drive trails and walking tracks for visitors to explore end enjoy the spectacular countryside.
Established in 1986, Howard Park Denmark is one of Western Australia's leading family owned and operated wineries. Howard Park produces wines of international standing that are noted for their rare balance of elegance and power showing a consistency of style and quality is the hallmark of enduring great wines. Surrounded by spectacular Karri and Marri forest, the Howard Park Wines Denmark Cellar Door is a place to welcome wine lovers and appreciators of natural beauty. Its 1,000 tonne capacity winery is situated on an historical 100 acre property bound with native forest and accompanying kangaroos. A stylish modern cellar door has made special use of glass, concrete, stainless steel and timber features in its architectural design - perfect for enjoying the natural surrounds while tasting the Howard Park and MadFish range of wines. Special tours of the winery are available by prior arrangement. Visitors are invited to bring their lunch or nibbles to enjoy in the winery's surrounding parklands.
Enjoy the beautiful views and fascinating changing landscape along the Wilson Inlet Heritage Walk Trail. The walk takes you around the inlet and across the Old Railway Bridge at the mouth of the river. Along the way you will find many perfect photo opportunities and interesting lookouts. Walk or cycle along the 12 kilometre trail and be sure to deviate down to the beach if time permits. Breathtaking Wilson Inlet is one of the biggest estuaries on the south coast with a sandbar at the mouth that isolates it from the ocean for much of the year. For the water lover the inlet is popular for windsurfing and water-skiing and the avid fisherman will be thrilled with the variety of fish living in the waters. Bird watchers will be amazed at the 240 species of birds that visit the area throughout the year. Wilson Inlet is a short drive from the town of Denmark and five hours drive southeast of Perth. Allow a full day to explore this stunning setting or stay on in Denmark to discover the multitude of attractions the region has to offer.
The Mount Shadforth Scenic Drive takes you on a leisurely one hour sightseeing tour through the farming region surrounding Denmark. Taking in spectacular ocean views and the stunning landscape backdrops of the Porongurups and Stirling Ranges in the distance, the scenic drive is well worth doing. Make a day of it and stop along the way at a number of exceptional wineries and arts and craft galleries to check out the local talents. The drive commences two kilometres out of the town of Denmark and offers a short or longer version, depending on the time available to you. Take advantage of numerous photographic opportunities including the panoramic view from Mohr Drive overlooking Wilson Inlet and the Southern Ocean. Stop for lunch along the coast or enjoy a delicious feast at one of the wonderful wineries. The picturesque town of Denmark is located five hours drive south of Perth and offers a range of drive and walk trails to take in the spectacular countryside. Whilst in the area, allow time to visit the Tree Top Walk which provides you with a unique opportunity to walk high amongst the tree tops, forty metres off the ground.
The Scotsdale Tourist Drive is a magnificent half day tour of Denmark's picturesque countryside and spectacular coastline. Enjoy a stroll along the Harewood Forest walk trail to get close to nature and witness native animals and birdlife at home in the forest. Stop at one of many wineries and art galleries along the drive to experience the local wares. The tourist drive takes you along the scenic southern coastline to the serene Greens Pool where you can enjoy a pleasant swim or snorkel in the calm sheltered waters of the Southern Ocean. Relax on the pristine white sand or take a walk along the beach to Elephant Rocks or neighbouring Madfish Bay. The drive commences in the charming coastal town of Denmark, which is a five hour drive south of Perth. Take advantage of the magnificent coastal location and explore the beaches or alternatively savour Denmark's culinary delights and award winning wines. Whilst in the area, allow time to visit the Tree Top Walk which provides you with a unique opportunity to walk amongst the tree tops, forty metres off the ground.
One of Mother Nature's most inviting swimming pools, Greens Pool is among Western Australia's most iconic beaches. A picture postcard of clear emerald waters, pure white sand and sculpted rocks that shelter the bay from the swell beyond, it's a top spot for swimming, snorkelling and diving. A short scenic drive west of Denmark, passing forests of tall timber giants, brings you to this serene setting in William Bay National Park. Getting to Denmark is a four and a half hour drive south of Perth, or you can hop on a flight to Albany and pick up a hire car. Sit and drink in the scenery, explore the rock pools, snorkel, dive, or take a short stroll over the headland to Elephant Rocks, where nature has shaped huge boulders into giant elephant-like sculptures bathing in the clear waters. A long and peaceful walk along this stunning coastline rewards you with breath taking views of Madfish Bay, Waterfall Beach and an abundance of wildflowers in spring.
Denmark's Ocean Beach is a popular destination for beach lovers, surfers and nature lovers. The pristine white sandy beach and crystal blue waters make this a picture perfect destination, even if the water is a little chilly. Take your board out for a spot of surfing or boogie boarding or enjoy a swim in the refreshing waters. The surrounding dunes are a bird haven making this a popular birding spot. There are also some excellent walks around the area. Located on the mouth of Wilson's Inlet a short drive from Denmark and five hours drive south of Perth, Ocean Beach is a beautiful spot to visit. While in the area spend some time investigating the West Cape Howe National Park, experience walking along part of the Bibbulmun Track, taste some of the renowned wines of the region or walk along the world famous Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk.
MadFish Wines Denmark label was released in 1993. These contemporary styles are made from cool climate fruit from Western Australia's South West winery region and are noted for their pure, fresh and clean characteristics in which the flavour of the fruit is the primary character.
The MadFish name is derived from the magnificent Madfish Bay near Denmark and the MadFish's Great Southern winery.
The traditional aboriginal water turtle design on the label of a symbol of preservation and tolerance.
Pack a picnic and spend an afternoon relaxing by the tranquil Denmark River near the town of Denmark. Grassy lawn and shady trees make this a charming area for picnicking and for children to play. Take a walk along the Mokare Heritage Trail which is an easy three kilometre circuit around the bridges and along the banks of the Denmark River. Stands of karri and peppermint trees make the trail particularly scenic. The Aboriginal name for the Denmark River is Koorabup, which means place of the black swan - so keep an eye out for these elegant water birds. Denmark River is just a few minutes drive from the town. Denmark is a four to five hour drive south of Perth.
Visit the massive rounded boulders of Elephant Rocks near picture perfect Greens Pool in Denmark. These granite domes resemble elephants set off the shallow waters only a short walk from Greens Pool. It's the perfect place for that holiday photograph. Tranquil Greens Pool offers excellent swimming, snorkelling and diving. The sheltered turquoise water is protected from the Southern Ocean swell making it ideal for the whole family. Elephant Rocks and Greens Pool are part of the William Bay National Park known for its rugged coastal scenery. Elephant Rocks is a short drive from Denmark. Denmark is a four to five hour drive from Perth.
Things Wild at Denmark Wildflowers, looking for wildflowers in Denmark? We are growers, manufacturers, exporters and wholesalers of long-life Australian wildflower products. A spectacular range of wildflower products are available for your purchase or you may come and select from our range to make up your own displays. Beautifully packaged and presented in boxes, bouquets and sheaths, their display of colours and distinctive unusual textures will enhance any decor and complement every interior. All our products are export approved and make an ideal gift which can be sent anywhere in the world. Send our own dried Australian wildflowers to friends or relatives or buy and take as a memento of your visit to Western Australia. Come in and see a wide range of dried and preserved West Australian wildflowers altogether in one location. Things Wild at Denmark Wildflowers is located four and half hours drive south of Perth, or a 45 minute drive from Albany.
Famous for its windswept rocky shores and sheltered pools, William Bay National Park protects the coastline and forest between Walpole and Denmark on the south coast. Green's Pool near Denmark is well known for its turquoise water and white sandy beaches edged by granite boulders which create ideal swimming, snorkelling and diving conditions. Rocks form much of the coastline between Green's Pool and Madfish Bay, extending 100 metres out to sea and creating a reef which bears the brunt of heavy seas. Inside the reef, pools, channels and granite terraces create a fascinating seascape perfect for beachcombing. Pack a picnic and take in the scenery at Elephant Rocks and Waterfall Beach, or try your hand at beach fishing. The famous 1,000 kilometre bushwalking trail, the Bibbulmun Track passes through William Bay National Park and facilities include shelters, camp sites and picnic tables. The trail crosses Parry Inlet, Mazzoletti Beach, and up Tower Hill where you'll enjoy spectacular views over the coastline. Karri trees dominate the landscape of the park and in spring it's beautifully coloured by wildflowers. William Bay National Park is best accessed from Walpole or Denmark which are about a four to five hour drive south of Perth.