Denmark Western Australia (WA) - holidays for all seasons
As the weather turns cool and crisp, walks, wineries and browsing the galleries before curling up beside a cosy fire become memorable moments in Denmark. If you prefer the quiet times and brilliant winter days - you may have the beach all to yourself! Bliss!
Discover the delights of spring in Denmark. Cosy cafés, exhibitions, wonderful wineries, walk trails, wildflowers and whale watching - with a range of accommodation offering features to suit every taste.
The September school holidays is a must for art lovers, with the Southern Arts Trail in full swing. Great art and great value from the Great Southern region.
Keep your cool in summer - head south. Make the hottest days bearable - swim at Denmark's beaches, walk under the forest canopy, relish local ice cream and finish with a crisp white wine.
World class attractions, activities and wineries ...
Visitors to Denmark enjoy world-class natural attractions, including the Valley of the Giants, home of the world famous Tree Top Walk, glorious beaches such as Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks, and wonderful wildflowers, birds and whale watching.
Denmark has a range of activities and attractions for young and old, some of Australia's finest wineries, a wealth of arts and crafts, exciting and interesting tours and cruises, and much more.
... and holiday accommodation to suit every taste
Denmark's wide range of visitor and holiday accommodation will please every traveller, from hotels and motels to backpacker and budget accommodation, from caravan parks and camping to bed and breakfasts and romantic retreats for couples, as well as self-contained holiday houses and holiday chalets, cottages and apartments for families wanting a self-catering holiday with all the comforts of home. You may even opt for a farmstay holiday in a rural retreat.
Special occasions, weddings and functions can be catered for in a range of romantic, exciting and scenic locations, with assistance at hand for all your ancillary needs, such as flowers, hair and beauty, transport, civil celebrant services, etc. Also available are venues for residential or day conferences, workshops and retreats.
How to get here
Denmark, Western Australia, is located 400 kilometres
south of Perth, where the forest meets the sea.
Accessible by road and air, Denmark's popular visitor appeal is based on its natural beauty,
village atmosphere and year-round mild climate.
Just so you can't get lost, have a look at our How to Get Here page for more information about travel to Denmark and, for local maps, go to our Denmark Maps page.
Weather forecast for Denmark WA
Thinking of a quick getaway - check out the 7 day weather forecast for Denmark WA.
Denmark Tourist Bureau visitor information
Denmark Tourist Bureau has over 40 years experience in caring for visitors to Denmark and presents this holiday information and accommodation guide to help you make the most of your visit to this scenic and restful south coast holiday destination.
These pages are updated regularly and contain the most accurate information available about beautiful Denmark WA.
Denmark Tourist Bureau is a member based organisation. We hope you will enjoy your stay and visit the members promoted through this website.
See our Images of Denmark WA photo gallery
Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
Whalewatching at Lowlands Beach
Denmark - famous for its wineries
Fun for all ages at Pentland Alpaca Farm
Waterfall Beach - a natural playground
Denmark River, in the heart of town
Experience the Denmark markets yourself