Accommodation in Denmark
Crisp starry nights where the forest meets the sea!
Lonely Planet listed our region in the world's Top 10 destinations of 2010. Denmark's CBD area, where the Studio is built, has a bespoke mix of stores to discover. You will find local offerings of fresh and organic produce, clothing stores with a cosmopolitan flair, some gorgeous gift shops and cafes. The Denmark township has a thriving arts community which contributes to the village ambiance.
The Denmark River
The Denmark River meanders through the township giving picturesque vistas as you wander around. Playgrounds and bbqs are dotted along the riverbank and when the seasons suits you can hire paddle boats motor boats, canoes and kayaks. There are also some amazing markets along the foreshore at various times if the year, it's easy to immerse yourself in this town
Denmark truly has the most beautiful beaches for you to explore. Take off and get lost along roads lined with towering silvery Karri trees. Try some of Denmark's popular activities including the Tree Top Walk, fishing, skateboarding, golf, lawn bowls, trail walking or riding, surfing, wind or kite surfing, swimming, horse riding and don't forget the historical Bibblumin track makes for active exploration whilst in and around Denmark.
Within a 20km radius you are surrounded by some of West Australias best wineries and breweries. Something special to experience is a visit to the cider house, Chocolaterian, and Meadery. Don't leave town without visiting the award winning Denmark bakery.
Accommodation in Denmark WA
Denmark offers many types of accommodation, from Farm stays to camping.. luxury apartments to motels.Types of accommodation in Denmark include: Self Contained accommodation, Self Catering, Luxury Accommodation, Farmstay accommodation, Bed and Breakfast (B & B's), Backpacker accommodation, Caravan and Camping plus Budget Hotel.
Fun activities for a family are the children's animal farm, herb farm, toffee and fudge factory, Alpaca stud and the Berry and Bramble farm. Not forgetting the regions award winning cheese factory. Try some whale watching and call in to the expressive art galleries in the area. The city of Albany is just a 40 minute drive from Denmark, which is great for a day or two to explore more of the Western Australia's Great Southern Region. Albany also has great shopping and amazing cafes and unique attractions such as the Whaling Station, the Blow Holes and The Gap.
Denmark has all the facilities you may need within walking distance - ATM machines, Day Spa, Hairdresser, Pharmacy, Supermarket and Liquor store, Post Office, Visitor Centre, Fishing and Camping equipment, Hospital, Doctor, Physio/Massage, Service Stations, News-agencies, Cafes, Hotels, and Restaurants.