Beautiful historic Denmark on the banks of the Denmark River has many wonderful sights and attractions to enjoy.  West lies the Valley of the Giants and Tree Top Walk, north is Mt. Barker and Porongorup Hills with its produce and wineries, east is the Great Southern centre of historic Albany and Stirling Range National Park:

 
  Beaches such as Greens Pool, Ocean Beach, Parry Beach and Lights Beach offering great surfing, walking, bird watching and swimming.  
  The rugged Denmark coastline is a wild tumble of boulders, crevices, reefs, bays and pools including Elephant Rocks, West Cape Howe and Madfish Bay displaying some of the oldest rock formations in the world.   
  Renowned wineries and vineyards with cellar sales producing some of Western Australia's premium wines, including Forest Hill, Howard Park and Goundreys.  
  Many local quality artisans and galleries including woodturners and carvers, sculpters, furniture makers, painters in watercolour, oils and acrylics, metal and iron workers, felters, jewellers, photographers...  
  Serene Old Forest offering bushwalking and bird watching of the highest order, including the Bibbulmun track running right past The Coombe through Denmark to Albany.  
  The Valley of The Giants near Nornalup is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to the Great Southern, getting its name from the immense red or yellow tingle trees which are found there.  
  The Tree Top Walk is a famous 420-metre-long 60m high steel-truss suspended walkway which leads over a deep, red tingle gully in the Valley of The Giants.  
  Eco-tourism includes seasonal wildflowers, whale watching, mushroom hunting and bird watching.  
 

 

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