Explore the wonders of Denmark, WA

Denmark offers brilliant attractions for visitors. Whether you like walking or swimming; boating or biking; eating or drinking (or all of the above!) – you’ll find something to make you happy.

Photo courtesy of the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation

Munda Biddi Trail

The Munda Biddi Trail is an off-road cycling trail like no other. It stretches 1070km from Mundaring, south of Perth and passes through Denmark before ending in Albany.

Complete information on the Munda Biddi trail, events and maps

Photo courtesy of the Bibbulmun Track Foundation /
Salty Davenport

Bibbulmun Track

The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000km from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills, to Albany.

Get ideas for the section of the Bibbulmun Track that runs through Denmark

Aerial view of Greens Pool, William Bay National Park
Greens Pool, William Bay National Park, photo courtesy of Tourism WA


The coastline in Denmark is lined with stunning white sandy beaches. Greens Pool and Light’s Beach are widely recognised as two of the most beautiful beaches on the South Coast. Ocean Beach is closest to town and popular with surfers.

For a map of all the beaches around Denmark

Monkey Rock Trail

Country walks

There is a huge network of walking trails along the coast – climb Monkey Rock, explore Harewood Forest or immerse yourself in the forest on the Tree Top walk at The Valley of the Giants.

For information on all forest walks

A waiter pouring wine at The Lakehouse Restaurant
The Lake House Restaurant, photo courtesy of Tourism WA


With more than 20 quality wineries to chose from, it’s hard to pick just one favourite – these are just a couple of mine… The Lakehouse, Single File, Castelli Estate, Forest Hill and Duckett’s Mill Wine & Cheese.

From rustic cellar doors to gourmet restaurants, many also sell ice cream, cheese and other local delicacies.

List of all local Denmark wineries

Bar Tarifa, Denmark
Bar Tarifa, Denmark

Restaurants and Cafes

The Bakery in Denmark is famous but you’ll not want to miss out on some of the other great eateries. The Dam is one of the new hot spots and in Denmark town, check out Bar Tarifa for wine, tapas and live music.

See a full list of restaurants, wineries and attractions

Dog on Lights Beach, Oceanside Denmark WA
Lights Beach, Oceanside

Dog friendly places

Dogs can be taken for long walks in Harewood Forest, on the Mokare Trail or to Kwoorabup Park (on a lead).

And dogs are welcome at most wineries and cafes if they are on a leach and stay outside.

For a list of the places where dogs are not welcome and for a map showing dog exercise areas

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